Story: Talia Gregory relies on her Nan for everything, especially helping her calm the anxiety that controls her life. But Nan gets sick, and it couldn’t be worse timing. Talia’s panic attacks are getting worse, her boyfriend is a jerk, her best friend is distant, her parents are more absent than usual and she’s stuck planning the Cozy Christmas Charity Drive for her knitting group in place of Nan. If that’s not panic inducing enough, enter Lachlan. Lachlan McCreedy doesn’t rely on anyone. Not after what he’s been through. It’s him and Gram, nothing else matters but keeping his past buried, and his secrets hidden. So when Gram forces him to help with her Christmas sale, Talia is the last thing he expected, and trusting her with his secrets comes as a shock to both of them. But when he unexpectedly falls for her, the question becomes can he trust her with his heart?
Our rating: 5 out of 5 knitting stars
Review: Who doesn’t love a book about two broken characters finding each other and being able to save each other? This story is told in Talia and Lachlan’s point of view. We love when an author does this, and we love it even more when the reader can distinguish between the two characters. Allie does a wonderful job giving both of her characters their own distinguished voice. Talia suffers from panic attacks and anxiety, while Lachlan is the bad boy with lots of issues. Lets take a minute to swoon over Lachlan. He is proof that not all bad boys are really bad. In fact there is a lot of good in Lachlan. Both of these characters come together to bring you a realistic, cute, and sometimes dark love story. They both have a lot to overcome and as the reader you find yourself rooting for them. We will say as much as we loved the two main protagonists the characters that really won our hearts were the two grandmothers. Nan and Gram are the voice of wisdom in this book. They are loving and supportive of their beautifully broken grandchildren. They are the types of grandmothers we all need in our lives. This book will warm your heart, and you’ll find yourself smiling after you finish. We have officially become fans of Allie Brennan.
So put on your knitted hat and read Tight Knit