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Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite
Woven Interests by Natalie Alder is the third novel in The Tapestry Series. The novel can be read as a standalone and isn’t that refreshing? James is the middle brother and a part owner of a race horse farm. He never wanted to commit to someone. He had never wanted to have a relationship. He was okay to find solace in a hot body (whether it was male or female). However, he meets a man who makes his heart sing and his head trip.
James and Remy have an instant attraction, but there is a catch: Remy is already in a committed relationship with Savine. But the attraction between these two men is hard to ignore, and now James is considering a relationship not only with Remy, but with Savine too. Can James do it? Can the three of them form some sort of relationship and be happy? Or will they cave under pressure and the scrutiny of people gossiping about their unusual relationship?
James was a really cool guy, despite his many faults. He was charming yet very cocky. It was a jumble of characteristics that made me a little unsure of James, but in the end, he won me over. I enjoyed reading about him and the heroes and heroines of the previous novels. I also really liked Savine, she was quirky and very edgy. She is a girl who knows what she wants and is not afraid to get it. All in all, a good novel with great characters!