He doesn’t do relationships.
She doesn’t do flings.
Everything they thought is about to unravel…
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.
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.
Knot My Type is a fantastic, all-inclusive, romantic comedy about a wheelchair-using sexologist and host of the groundbreaking All Access podcast, and the hot carpenter by day/rigger and shibari instructor at a kink club by night — the perfect skill when the latest listener request is about accessible rope play.
As soon as I read the blurb for this book, I knew immediately I needed to read this – and I am so glad that I did! Knot My Type is such a fun, easy read and is so effortlessly sexy in its approach to everything from relationship development, intimacy, care, and sharing vulnerabilities, to information on accessibility. This is a book that not only lets you enjoy a beautiful romance between two wonderful characters but also allows you the space to learn and grow as a person.
And the friendships in this book? I absolutely want to join this group of friends! Each side character felt real and relatable with well-developed personalities and backstories that left me on the edge of my seat hoping they all get their own books.
I am always interested in reading more disability representation in the romance genre and I loved the approach the author took with this series. Knot My Type was a fantastic beginning for the All Access series and I truly look forward to seeing more this author in the future. I highly recommend everyone add this book to their TBRs.
Disclaimer: Thank you to Give Me Books Promotions and the author for the arc in exchange for an honest review.