So, someone at marketing MUST have thought of the double entendre. I mean, knitters are witty, right? How can nobody get that there’s a dirty joke in the name of the yarn?
Regardless, Lion Brand Thick & Quick has been a knitting staple for a lot of knitters for years–since I got into fiber craft, back in 1998. It’s 20% wool, 80% acrylic (in most incarnations–there’s a couple of color ways that have no wool, no how) and it washes well and works up super quick on giant penis-sized knitting needles and sometimes, you just need that quick shot of happy, right? Instant satisfaction? That adrenaline shot of the thing you love most with immediate results?
And speaking of quick shots of happy… Safe Heart is out. I know it sounds like a horrible segue but the entire concept fo Crafting Category is built around the idea that short romances are very carefully crafted truffles of entertainment, every piece, every interaction, specifically tailored to make sure the story carries emotional punch. So, you know–instant satisfaction. (On giant penis-sized needles, no less?) Anyway– it was an apt metaphor, and, of course, I just happened to finish the scarf with the Thick & Quick roving just in time for Safe Heart to come out.
It was kismet!
So here’s Safe Heart– Enjoy!
by Amy Lane
Search and Rescue: Book Three
Five months ago boy-band lead singer Cash Harper left Glen Echo in a hospital in Jalisco… and broke his heart.
Glen’s heart is the only home Cash has ever known. He’s spent the past five months trying to find his friend Brielle and make sense of his own instincts. Now he’s ready to be a real partner and lover to Glen—but first they have to finish their original mission.
Glen is ready for Cash to walk through his door needing help, but he is absolutely determined not to let him back into his heart. Men don’t run. Cash did. End of story.
Rescuing Brielle will take the full talents of Glen’s search and rescue company, and that means Cash needs to re-earn the team’s trust. Between Bond-villain traps, snakes that shouldn’t be there, and bad guys with guns, they all have plenty to negotiate. If Cash can prove he can stay the course and that he deserves Glen’s faith, they might survive this op whole and ready to love.