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Great, quick read with an easy story line. I enjoyed how the tale came full circle where we learned about the fan
Micky of the California family.
I did not begin with the first book in the Quilters series; I read Sonoma
Rose first. I was browsing through a bookstore and bought that book. Read more
I really liked this book. In some ways it was predictable, but there was enough suspense to make the reader a little uncertain about what wouldl happen. Very well written.Published 9 months ago by Carol J. Lauer
The story took you through time, paralleling time and matching characters. I've enjoyed this story, but, it is very different from most of what I read.Published 10 months ago by nina hunt
So far I love this entire series. I've read about 12 books in the series so far. It's very informative about quilting with a bit of history thrown in.Published 10 months ago by Not A Tennis Game