5 December 2012

Book Review A Patchwork Christmas by Judith Miller, Nancy Moser, Stephanie Grace Whitson


In late Victorian-era America, women married for convenience as often as they married for love. But in A Patchwork Christmas, three young women are surprised by true romance. Jilted by her fiance, a resident of the Amana Colonies packs away her wedding quilts and her plans for marriage. A widow traveling to marry a prosperous man she barely knows is stranded in a winter storm. A wealthy inginue inadvertently causes grave injury to a poor man she once knew well. Through faith, can they each patch together an unexpected life of love from second chances?
My Review:
Thanks to Netgalley for my review copy.
Another of the barbour novellas. I found this to be a good read. Loved the 3 totally different stories from 3 totally different walks of life. In the first book we are in the Amana colonies and see there way of life. The second a poor widow is travelling to the city in hopes of marrying a man she has been writing too and the third is a socialite who's has been sheltered from the harsher side of life and is being groomed to marry well. Each story is so different but they all have a quilt theme to them. Each story is lovely on its own and this is a lovely christmas read.
Another good book.

1 comment:

Renee said...

Thanks for the review! I've added this book to my wish list.

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