Tuesday, September 22, 2015

REVIEW - Woven Interests (The Tapestry Series #3) - Natalie Alder

 TITLE - Woven Interests (The Tapestry Series #3)

AUTHOR - Natalie Alder


Uptight, serious, introvert…those were the words most used to describe James. 

The middle brother in the Becker family, owners of a prestigious race horse farm in South Carolina, though austere was covertly a playboy.

Unable to resist a beautiful body, whether male or female, James never had a desire to commit to just one. A consummate player, he had no interest in a relationship.

Never say never. A broken ankle is the catalyst that leads James to considering a relationship. Falling for a man already in a committed relationship with a woman was intricate enough. But the likelihood of their woven interests in each other becoming a real relationship is threatened by shallow judgment, the media and a trouble making former barn hand.

Warning: m/f/m, f/f/m, and m/m romance with strong language and explicit sexual content intended for mature readers only.

What I Thought?

Woven Interest by Natalie Alder is book 3 in the Tapestry Series.  
To be honest, when I started reading it I didn’t know what I was getting myself into.  
I didn’t read the synopsis so I was a little shocked about the different sexual content between the characters.   
At first, I wanted to put it down and not continue because that is something I don’t read everyday. I’m glad that I continued on with the story though. Natalie writes with great detail and her characters are well built together, that when you are reading about them they seem to be real life. Natalie has become an author that I like and I don’t even read the Synopsis anymore of her books.   
Woven Interest is about James' story. James Becker is the middle child of the Becker family. He helps out his father on the Bridgeton Pass Farm. He likes to play polo with his teammate and friend Austen Cleary. James is attracted to both male and females.  
Will James be in a relationship? You’ll have to read this book to find out. 
I like how Natalie brings other characters from previous book in the series to this one.  William, Audra and J.P., Cole and Sara, Casey and Tanner.  
The new characters in this book are Remy who’s a clothing designer. Savine a supermodel who is also Remy’s girlfriend and Austen.

Quotes/parts of the story I like:
“I’m cute like a puppy. Come on, invite me to go out with you tonight. I’m in desperate need of some socialization, booze and entertainment. Carnegie is no Paris.”
“No one thought to ask you how you were doing. How you were handling these milestones in your children’s lives without Mom here. I’m sorry that you were alone and struggling last evening.”
“Look, I don’t know anything for certain. I’ve never felt anything like this, I’ve ever been interested in two people at the same time…I don’t know what to do with these feelings. I do know that I want you very badly tonight and I do not feel guilty or as though I’m cheating on Savine. I know she likes you a lot. I almost feel like she’d encourage this. I know when she kissed you the night you came to Austen’s for dinner and I was right there, a few inches away, watching her kiss you so passionately I got so f***ing hard. That was the most beautiful, most erotic sight to see my woman kissing another man we both desire. I know Savine, I know her kisses. She kissed you with love and passion that night. It was amazing to watch. I wasn’t the least bit jealous. I thought it was beautiful. It turned me on.”

Star Ratings:
Plot= 5/5
Heat = 4/5
Writing Style=5/5
Overall Rating 4.5/5




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