Feb 20

Fresh Catch by Kate Canterbary Review

4.5 Smooches


Take a vacation, they said. Get away from Silicon Valley’s back-stabbing and power-grabbing. Recharge the innovative batteries. Unwind, then come back stronger than ever.
Instead, I got lost at sea and fell in love with an anti-social lobsterman.
There’s one small issue:
Owen Bartlett doesn’t know who I am. Who I really am.


I don’t like people.
I avoid small talk and socializing, and I kick my companions out of bed before the sun rises.
No strings, no promises, no problems.
Until Cole McClish’s boat drifts into Talbott’s Cove, and I bend all my rules for the sexy sailor.
I don’t know Cole’s story or what he’s running from, but one thing is certain:
I’m not letting him run away from me.


Fresh Catch is a full-length standalone m/m novel.


Kate Canterbary has been one of my absolute favorite authors since I first discovered her. Her ability to mix wit and heat with her uniquely smart style of writing it utter perfection if you ask me.

Fresh Catch is her first foray into the world of m/m novels and it was full of what I love about her writing. Both leads were strong, independent, intelligent men. Men who could stand on their own but were just better together. Owen had my heart from the moment he stepped foot on Cole’s boat. I think I have loved that burly lobsterman since we were first introduced to him in Erin and Nick’s wedding.

Fresh Catch was extremely hot but what left me utterly in love was how sweet in gentle it was as well. If you are a m/m lover than you want this and if you haven’t tried the genre yet but are interested in giving it a shot this is a perfect way to start.


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