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Learn to Knit in Nine Months or Less



Poppy Adams is the family failure. She dropped out of her prestigious university because she couldn’t handle the pressure, works in a dead-end job, and–even though they broke up months ago–still has the occasional drunken hookup with her loser, manchild ex.

And now she’s pregnant, too.

The obvious solution for someone in her situation would be to have an abortion and use it as a wake up call to get her life on track and stop replying to her ex’s 2am texts, but Poppy has never been one to make the prudent, advisable choice. So she’s having the baby.

Not that she has the slightest clue how to be a mother, and with all her friends still in higher education or working competitive internships, she’s not about to get any advice or guidance from her peer group. Moms . . . knit, right? After finding a flyer for a Stitch n’ Bitch (beginners welcome!) at the Planned Parenthood she goes to for her prenatal checkups, she decides to give knitting some baby booties and tiny sweaters a whirl. But she doesn’t expect Rhiannon, the cute clinic escort she met on her first visit to PP, to be the group’s leader. Or for knitting lessons to turn so sensual.


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Learn to Knit in Nine Months or Less
Heidi Belleau


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Poppy Adams is the family failure. She dropped out of her prestigious university because she couldn’t handle the pressure, works in a dead-end job, and–even though they broke up months ago–still has the occasional drunken hookup with her loser, manchild ex.

And now she’s pregnant, too.

The obvious solution for someone in her situation would be to have an abortion and use it as a wake up call to get her life on track and stop replying to her ex’s 2am texts, but Poppy has never been one to make the prudent, advisable choice. So she’s having the baby.

Not that she has the slightest clue how to be a mother, and with all her friends still in higher education or working competitive internships, she’s not about to get any advice or guidance from her peer group. Moms . . . knit, right? After finding a flyer for a Stitch n’ Bitch (beginners welcome!) at the Planned Parenthood she goes to for her prenatal checkups, she decides to give knitting some baby booties and tiny sweaters a whirl. But she doesn’t expect Rhiannon, the cute clinic escort she met on her first visit to PP, to be the group’s leader. Or for knitting lessons to turn so sensual.


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