Welcome back to New Bern, Connecticut, home of the Cobbled Court Quilt Shop. Margot, a friend and employee of Evelyn, is celebrating her fortieth birthday, and has resigned herself to life as a single woman. She is planning a reunion of her family for Christmas and hopes to mend some wounds between her parents and her sister Mari. She is also looking forward to getting to better know her young niece Olivia. But when tragedy strikes, the anticipated healing becomes that of heartache and sorrow. F
I love this series, and this book may be my favorite yet. I love the way her books make me feel I am returning to a familiar and comfortable, full of old friends, and yet each book is new with a different flavor represenative of the characters she is highlighting. One of the reviews stated that they did not like the religious tone of this novel, that they had not noticed that with the previous books, but for me, it accurately represented Margot and Phillippa. I look forward to more Cobblestone Q
This author continues the story of a group of women who have become fast friends meeting through a quilt shop owned and run by one of the friends. This story introduces a new friend; someone who has been hired to be an interim pastor of a church the friends attend. First off it's a she not a he that has been hired. Then there's the fact that she is the daughter (adopted) of a well known pastor who is a wonderful preacher. That being said the story is set at Christmas time and the reader is drawn
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