I have always loved Wanda's Amish fiction but this one was the most thought provoking that she has written for a long while, in my opinion. Wanda has used her knowledge of the Amish to its greatest advantage, while bringing in Englishers to enhance her storyline.
Wanda has a complete surprise at the conclusion of her book, which totally shocked me. Her talent is outstanding in keeping you engrossed in the many changes in her plot and her character development.
(Karla Hanns Quiet Quilter's Blog
A feel-good novel with memorable characters that come together in the most unlikely place and discover things about themselves they would never have known if not for the others. Brunstetter has outdone herself with this novel. Reading it is pure fun. Even though the characters have problems, they learn to overcome them and become the people God wants them to be.
(Patsy Glans Romantic Times
This is an endearing tale about turning around the troubles in our lives and making good come from them. It is a story about letting past hurts shape who we are today and seeking forgiveness from those we truly love. This group of “half-stitched” quilters will truly touch your heart and give you plenty to think about. Don’t miss this one!
(Vicki Ferrell Fresh Fiction
Now a New York Times Bestseller! It’s Quilting 101 for the students at Emma Yoder’s quilting classes. But as six very different men and women try to make scraps of fabric something beautiful, they begin sharing details of their fragmented lives. Suddenly quilt classes become life lessons. . .and their souls are healed one stitch at a time.