Stitch by: Sue Brown, Jamie Fessenden, Kim Fielding and Eli Easton / A DSP Anthology

StitchTitle: Stitch

Author Sue Brown, Jamie Fessenden, Kim Fielding and Eli Easton

Publisher: Dreamspinner


Characters: 4 Short stories

Sub-Genre sci-fi/ true love

Kisses: 4




When a certain kind of man is needed, why not make him to order? Such things can be done, but take care: Much can go wrong—but then, sometimes it can go wonderfully right. Imagine…

In The Golem of Mala Lubovnya, a seventeenth century rabbi creates a man of clay to protect the Jews, and the golem lives a life his maker never imagined, gaining a name—Emet—and the love of a good man, Jakob Abramov. But their love may not survive when Emet must fulfill his violent purpose.

In Watchworks, Luke Prescott lives as a gentleman in a London that never was. His unique needs bring him to famed watchmaker Harland Wallace. Romance might blossom for them if Harland can come to terms with loving a man and keeping him safe.

In Made for Aaron, a young man in an asylum for being gay met the love of his life, Damon Fox. Twenty years later, Aaron thinks his life is over when Damon dies and then disappears from the hospital. Aaron is determined to find the truth, but secrets hide the unthinkable.

Reparations unfolds on the harsh planet of Kalan, where weakness cannot be tolerated. When Edward needs help, his life becomes entwined with exceptional cyborg slave, Knox. But when Knox remembers things he shouldn’t know, the two may pay a blood price for their taboo alliance




Wonderful collection of short stories that reminds us true love will overcome all. Every story was completely engaging and very hard to put down. Both original and believable with the characters and story lines. Each story has a leading character that has been “made” in some way. Although the plots and the scenery changes the true and undying love is made apparent in each story. Because of that it was very hard to put this book down until I had finished it. I could not wait to see what would happen to Emit, Luke, Damon and Knox. I am sure the readers will feel the same way


Reviewed By: Jerry

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