Review: Featherbed by Annabeth Albert

Title: Featherbed

Author: Annabeth Albert

Series: Vino & Veritas #1

Genre: Contemporary LGBTQ

Pages: 186

4 stars – It was really good
4 stars – It was really good

When a delivery of baby chickens shows up at Harrison Fletcher’s bookstore by accident, he finds himself attracted to the local farmer Finn who comes to pick them up. 

This was a very cute read. Harrison is an older, buttoned up bookseller and Finn is an easygoing burly chicken farmer. Their relationship starts as a fling but they quickly realize they truly care for each other and want to have a relationship. They each have fears that are holding them back but after a while they realize they want to at least try to have a future together. 

While this is a low angst relationship, there is the heavy topic of Harrison’s family history of early deaths from heart problems. But, while it is mentioned throughout the book, it doesn’t get obsessive about it and consume the story, which was good. I just adored these two and their sweet relationship. I also really enjoyed the brief glimpses we get of the side characters in this book, like Harrison’s mom and Finn’s family. They  were all great side characters and really enriched the world. 

Trigger Warnings: 

  • References to parental death

Goodreads / Amazon



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