Mini Review: Knot My Type (All Access, #1) by Evie Mitchell

Posted December 16, 2021 by Angie in Book Reviews / 0 Comments

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Mini Review: Knot My Type (All Access, #1) by Evie MitchellKnot My Type (All Access #1) by Evie Mitchell
Published by Thunder Thighs Publishing on October 4, 2021
Genres: Adult Fiction, Contemporary, Romance
Format: eBook (218 pages)
Source: Kindle Unlimited
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He doesn’t do relationships.
She doesn’t do flings.
Everything they thought is about to unravel…

Frankie
When you say you're a sexologist, people imagine Marilyn Monroe. They don't expect a woman who uses a wheelchair. As the host of the All Access Podcast, I'm breaking barriers, crushing stigmas, and creating sexual connections that are fulfilling for my fans. I'm like cupid, but with pink hair and fewer diapers.
Only, I've hit a snag. A lovely listener wants some advice about accessible rope play and I'm drawing a big fat blank. Which leaves me with no option but to get out there and give it a go.
Which is how I meet Jay Wood—rigger, carpenter, and all-round hottie.
I'd be open to letting him wine and dine me—only Jay isn't my type. He's not a one-girl kind of guy. Monogamy isn't even in his vocab, and I'm not a woman who'll settle for being second choice.
But the closer we get, the more Jay has me tied up in knots.
And it's making me think, maybe I could compromise and accept a little Wood in my life. Even if it's only temporary.

Jay
Frankie's funny, intelligent, and ridiculously sexy. This should be a no-brainer. A little fun in the sheets, and a little romp with some ropes—simple.
Only the infuriating woman is asking for more. I'm not that kind of guy. I wouldn't even know how to be that kind of guy. I'm the definition of easy.
It'll be fine. We'll be friends. Just friends.
So, why does my heart feel frayed? And why is it I can't help but consider taking the ultimate leap of faith—tying myself to Frankie. Permanently.

four-stars

We’ve all heard of fake dating, the bestest Romance trope in the universe. But have you heard of frating? Friend dating! Knot My Type was my introduction to this relationship style, and I have to say, I’m here for it! Frankie and Jay are definitely attracted to each other. She doesn’t do flings, but she wants to have to sex with him. On the other hand, he hasn’t done a proper relationship, just sex, in a long time and wants to take things slow with her. So Jay proposes that they frate. Just date for companionship rather than the sex. Can you say slow burn?

Well, not exactly. The frating plan is thrown out the window pretty quickly, but I still fully enjoyed Knot My Type. Jay and Frankie are crazy hot for each other, and there are plenty of awesome sexytimes between these two! It’s not all sex though, as Jay has some emotional trauma to work through. Lucky for him, Frankie is not one to just let him run off and not deal with things. The communication in this one is pretty great. At times it does feel a bit scripted, but I think that comes down to Frankie’s job. Perhaps that’s just how she talks.

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