The author Wanda Brunstetter does it again. I was skeptical when I first started reading this book. Would it even come close to being as good as The Half-Stitched Amish Quilting Club? My answer is Yes, Yes, Yes!
Once again six people from all walks of life are thrown together to learn the art of quilting. Six people who have issues going on in their lives. Some come to the class with real attitudes, some for good reasons, and one in particular perhaps to put a bad light on the Amish young people.
This book was a delight to read and I loved the ending. As the ending nears there is a wonderful surprise thrown in. I didn't see it coming!
This book left the possibility of another book down the road. I for one would love to see that happen!
I fell in love with Emma in The Half-Stitched Amish Quilting Club and was thrilled to continue to read about Emma and her new marriage to Latham. They work together to minister to others as they teach them to quilt. They take very seriously the task of helping the unusual individuals God sends to their classes in a personal way.
I really enjoyed seeing the characters from the first book and how their lives intertwine with the new quilters. I got some great tips on quilting as a bonus! The tattered quilt that Emma is repairing for one of the class members holds secrets of its own. Read this book to discover the secrets of the tattered quilt and the ways of the peaceful Amish.
I received a free pdf version of this book from netgalley.com in exchange for my honest review.