Thumbs up for Stolen Threadwitch Bride by Clare Sager. Fantasy romance.
Magical seamstress with anxiety is kidnapped by sexy cinnamon-roll Fae prince who wants her to make him a suit of invisibility. Much steam, though it’s closed-door. This is part of a series called “Stolen Brides of the Fae,” and my reading of it owes to my attempt to understand contemporary fantasy romance. It is a solid, albeit small book, but the Fae Romance trope is just not my thing. I do have to tip my hat to the author who has her seamstress character making a toile before cutting into her good fabric. (It turns out from the afterword that she’s a corsetière.)
Most of the time I was a fly caught on one bar of that spider’s web. But at least working made it feel like I controlled this single strand. It was better than being trapped, waiting for the spider to come and devour me.
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