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A Patchwork Christmas Collection, by various authors
Seams Like Love, by Judith Miller
Karla Stile was deserted by her faithless fiance. Her faith in men and hope for children are shattered, so she packs away her wedding quilts. Frank Lehner is an apprentice Pharmacist who arrives in town. Does he have the patience to work on changing her mind?
A Patchwork Love, by Stephanie Grace Whitson
Jane McClure is a widow who travels west in 1875 to marry businessman who can give her dauther a better life. She is stranded in a winter storm. What if it turns out her rescuer the person she is looking for?
The Bridal Quilt, by Nancy Moser
A wealthy ingenue accidentally causes injury to a poor man. Filled with remorse, Ada brings him home. She discovers he is a man she once considered a catch. Could she give up everything to love him?
Number of Pages: 400
Vendor: Barbour Publishing
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 8.00 X 5.19 (inches)|
KatyTennesseeGender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Three Victorian Era Christmas RomancesDecember 4, 2016KatyTennesseeGender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4Seams Like Love by Judith Miller
This sweet romance is set in the Amana Colonies of Iowa. It really imparts the essence of living in this type of community. I loved learning about some of the traditions and customs. The two main characters are very endearing. This story illustrates the importance of trusting God, and how He always works thing out for our best.
A Patchwork Love by Stephanie Grace Whitson
Excellent story! I really enjoyed this one set mostly in a winter blizzard. I always love stories about women fallen upon hard times and how they work to find their way back from desperate circumstances. The story has so much depth and appeal. Two mothers wanting nothing more than to see their children happy and well. Great characters!
The Bridal Quilt by Nancy Moser
The Bridal Quilt is set in New York City and portrayed the difference in the lives of the very wealthy and also the lives of those who were not as blessed. I was very intrigued by the differences and also by those who were willing to step out of their privileged lives and help others not so fortunate. Good story of how God guides those He loves down the pathway of life.