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Book is great like the rest of the series I am really enjoying the continuous story.Published 5 days ago by Mary
Bought them for my wife. She loves books that are close to reality and not offensive. The author is one of her favorites.Published 2 months ago by Jack R. Cox
Love the elm creek books I have or have read the majority and can't get enough this story was great but you have to get Sonoma rose to hear the rest of the story.Published 4 months ago by naomi
Jennifer is a great writer and weaves quilting into all of her books, as well as some mystery. I would recommend this book, and all of Jennifer's books to anyone who loves... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Afton J. Ferris
Loved the stories intertwined with each other and coming together perfectly!! Thanks, Jennifer, I look forward to reading more of your excellent novels.Published 4 months ago by Rose M. Turner
I love how this gave me more back story about Elizabeth and talked about quilts that I read about in other books. It didn't talk that much about quilting. Read morePublished 4 months ago by J. Finch
I think this author is one of the best! I liked this book and, so far, thirteen others in the Elm Creek Series. I wish they would just keep coming!Published 5 months ago by ZeZe
Great, ready for more. Looking forward to more stitching in time. Hope she patches the next work together as well as this piecework.Published 5 months ago by Gary Joseph