A Stitch in Crime

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A Stitch in Crime

New from Abingdon Press’ Quilts of Love series | A Stitch in Crime

Thea’s first quilt show is coming apart at the seams!

Thea James has accepted an assignment as co‑chairperson for Larkindale’s first quilt show extravaganza. Juggling the new assignment with running her antique business, she’s already feeling frayed when things start to unravel.

Mary‑Alice Wentworth, a much‑loved town matriarch, respected quilt judge, and Thea’s dear friend, is covertly conked on the head during the kick‑off Quilt Show Soiree, throwing suspicion on her guests. It also appears that a valuable diamond brooch has been stolen during the attack. The family is furious. But is it because of their mugged mother or the missing diamonds?

When a renowned textile expert goes MIA and the famous Wentworth heritage quilt disappears, Larkindale’s reputation as a tourist haven is at risk. Thea attempts to piece the mystery together and save the town’s investment in the quilt show before Mary‑Alice is attacked again . . . with far worse results.

Find out more and purchase a copy at the Quilts of Love Books website.

Reviews

  • This was a good story and I enjoyed it. There were a couple of times that I felt like the characters had a background in another story that I hadn’t read. I also felt that the storyline with Thea and her friend Renee was thrown in there for extra fluff and was unnecessary. I did still enjoy the book, though.

  • I wanted to like this book. I really did. I have really enjoyed all of the other books in this series, but this one just didn’t meet up to my expectations. For starters, the cover makes it look as if this is a Christmas book, but it really isn’t…

  • A modern day Miss Marple story with a strong Biblical message. A Stitch In Crime will keep you entertained and guessing from the very first crime to the very last page.
    Uniquely individual characters – some you will love and some you will be not so keen on – but all wonderfully drawn.
    Pick up a copy of A Stitch In Crime, and see if you can solve the mystery before the novel ends.

  • Cathy Elliott has all the talents and abilities to write a very intriguing mystery novel. She did a very good job at keeping me guessing to the very end.

  • My Thoughts On The Book: All in all it was an okay read. It was not my favorite of all the Quilts of Love series books I have read to date, but it was okay. If you are looking for an Agatha Christie kind of mystery you will be very disappointed. The story line was a bit confusing. It was an attempt at a mystery and that was all it was. I was disappointed that quilting did not appear to be the main plot. This was my first book by Cathy Elliot and I plan to try out another one to see if it will change my mind.
    Disclaimer: I received this book for free from Litfuse, Net Galley Publicity, and Abingdon Press in exchange for an honest review. The response is entirely my own.

  • The author keeps the reader in suspense. You try to figure who did it but the author keeps you turning those pages until the end. Another good QUILTS OF LOVE SERIES book.

  • This was a great cozy mystery that I felt was well done. Cathy pulled me into this story from the first word until the very last word. Another great addition to the “Quilts of Love” series.

  • All in all, another great addition to the Quilts of Love series… in my humble opinion!

  • This is a very low key cozy mystery. There is no blood or suspense to speak of, so those who like a very cozy mystery will like this one. There are some quirky characters and a good deal of word play. I wish I could have learned more about the heirloom quilt. While not my favorite in the Quilts of Love series, I think it will be appreciated by senior women.

  • I wish I could just say that I loved this book and leave it at that but alas I have agreed to give you a longer review than that so I will try to convey with simple words what it is that I loved about this book. First of all, I loved that it wasn’t an in your face romance with gushy love stuff. Unfortunately, while I totally enjoyed this book there were a few things I thought were dull and didn’t add much to the story such as all the details of the clothing that some of the women were troubling themselves over.

  • Lois Jones says:

    I am a huge fan of mysteries similar to Poirot and Miss Marple. There is just something about them that draws me in. One of the newest books in the Quilts Of Love series does just that. A Stitch In Crime is not an awesome book, but it is a good book. You will get drawn into the mystery and the weaving of the quilt throughout the book.

    There are some areas of the book that are a little rough and you feel like the characters back stories really don’t fit with what is going on now. But you will want to know the who, why, when for what happened. It’s worth the read, but like me, I don’t think it will be a favorite. But I will say the choice of the cover picture being a crazy quilt fits well. It goes along with the odd characters all fitting together to make a whole, just like the odd pieces of material and decorations go together to make a crazy quilt!

  • I read this while traveling, and it was a very nice diversion. Elliott drew me in pretty quickly. Thea was pretty likable, with a best friend who is now being snarky and rude to her, a guy she is interested in, and she is a bit over her head as co-chair of the quilt show.

    Boy, could I ever relate to that.

  • I have read quite a few in this series because I like that they are all centered around quilts. The mystery that was a part of this story was fun to read about and made the story interesting Although this book did not move as fast as most of my mysteries I have read it did keep me guessing until the end as to who bonked Mary-Alice. I would have liked to get to know the characters a little bit more as well. This book also carried the Christian theme though out the entire story. All in all I thought this was a nice book. Even though this is a part of a series they are all stand alone books, the common theme is the quilts. If you are looking for a nice mystery with no dead bodies with a Christian themed back story then this book is for you.

  • Book by Book says:

    Cathy Elliott’s A Stitch in Crime is a pleasant quilt-filled read. Though different than I would have liked, it entertained me nonetheless and I did enjoy the relationships between characters and the bits of witty humor here and there. Fans of the Quilts of Love series, looking for a calm mystery, may want to pick this one up.

  • This novel reminded me of an Angela Lansbury episode of Murder She Wrote. The cast of characters is what you would expect in a crime novel to keep the reader from figuring out who did it too soon!

  • I thought the premise for this story was a good one; however, the execution of the same fell short in my opinion as an avid mystery reader. The sentences were choppy and disjointed and hard to follow sometimes. The story was slow moving as well with not a lot of action or suspense. There wasn’t enough background on the characters to develop any connection with them for me. I have read other books in this series and enjoyed them, but for me this was not one of my favorites. I did like some of the witty puns in the story, the Mary Alice’s strong faith and Thea’s relationship with her Uncle Nick, as well as her generosity.

  • The one thing that I have absolutely adored about the Quilts of Love series is reading books by so many different authors and their specific genres. The books in the series don’t follow all the same style of writing or genre, so its great for those of us that like a variety in our Christian fiction reading. I also love that each book revolves around the story of a quilt. As a crafter, I know the hard work that comes with making memories and I love that the authors of this series build each story around a quilt.

  • I have a personal affinity for the Quilts of Love series…

    I actually have a great many of the series, so when a new one is introduced, I run to order it — and so far I haven’t been disappointed. This series is a great addition to my library!

    A Stitch in Crime begins so innocently. Thea James is running into problems even before the First Annual Blocks on the Walk Quilt Show even begins! At the Quilt-Without-Guilt Guild Christmas potluck it’s just one thing after another.

    And what’s going on with her best friend!

    Cathy Elliot introduces us to some very realistic, yet diverse characters — those who are important to the community and those who aren’t… those who work hard and those who don’t… and those who are causing the problems — will the truth ever come out in time?

    Romance… assault…

  • I have come to enjoy the Quilts of Love books and this one was particularly enjoyable. This one had a very enjoyable mystery with likable characters. I appreciated how it was lighter on the romance and focused on other relationships instead. It was a charming read that I highly recommend.I received this book in exchange for my honest opinion.

  • Ms. Elliott is a very talented author with a great imagination. If you love mystery/suspense (especially of the investigative type) you might love A STITCH IN CRIME. It isn’t the scary sort, and the heroine isn’t running for her life, but there is a crime to solve and someone who did it. I guessed early on who did it—but then kept second-guessing myself.

  • While many books in the Quilts of Love Series has a bit of romantic in them, this one does not as it is more like an amateur detective novel. Actually, it reminds of the old Cat Who series by the late great Lillian Jackson Braun. I don’t believe that I have read any other books by Cathy Elliott before, but after reading A Stitch in Crime, I am now a fan of her writings. Overall, A Stitch in Crime is a fast-paced mystery with an intriguing plot and interesting characters. I enjoyed reading every page.

  • Empower Moms says:

    This is a fun mystery that will keep you guessing until the end. Good reading!

  • Wow, this book made me sad in a way, nothing to do with the book, just the final story in the Quilts of Love series. Cathy Elliott has done a great job, with a great whodunit story. Someone has sticky fingers, things are disappearing. Not little things either, an expensive brooch and a heirloom quilt are missing. Who took them? Cathy will have you guessing until the end in this Quilts of Love Story. Quilters will love this story, tons of quilts described in the book. Fans of mysteries will enjoy this story too, romance lovers might not, there is not a lot of romance in this book. Overall a good book to enjoy with a cup of tea. 4 stars from this reviewer.

  • Another book in the Quilter series (book 25) and another enjoyable read. This is not a nail biting suspense book, it is a book that keeps you guessing until the end. A light read and has many characters to keep you guessing who did it and why, right up to the very end of the book. It does wrap your attention around the characters and gives you a sense of who they are. The author does a great job relating you to the people in the story.

    I would recommend this book to anyone that wants a quick mystery read that is not nail biting and suspenseful. Just a relaxing, easy going read.

    Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through Litfuse. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.

  • This installment in the Quilts of Love series very well may be my favorite! Loved the suspense and mystery that is developed throughout the book. Great characters thrown in and you get a well mixed plot and story. Going to be on the lookout for more books by Cathy Elliott!

  • Another fantastic read in the Quilts of Love Series! Mystery, comic relief and just a touch of romance combine to make this a light and exciting book to read. I do wish the romance between Thea was built up a bit more but it does leave room for a possible second novel?

  • A great mystery that will leave you turning the pages wondering who committed the crime and will the quilt or brooch be returned? I loved the mystery to this book and again, another awesome book by Quilt of Love Series!

  • The featured quilt in this book has a rich history and is rumored to hide a treasure. But one man’s treasure is another man’s trash. Someone is out to find the treasure of this quilt and will stop at nothing to make sure they are the recipients. An elderly lady gets hurt as she is the one who knows the secret behind the treasure. Her brooch is stolen(later to be found by the dog in the dirt). And then a noted quilt expert keeps not showing up when he’s scheduled!

    lots of mystery, but in truth it is two separate ones! Someone wants the secret treasure the quilt hides while someone else wants to win a quilt show and will stop at nothing to make sure they do! Such excitement! Such mystery and mayhem all within one book. Two mysteries to solve and a great quilt to learn about.

  • At the beginning of the book, I was having trouble figuring out if the book was happening the current day or if it was happening with more of a historic twist (not that it is a bad thing). It was well into the book before I figured out that it was a current book but the small town attitudes made it seem like it was happening years ago but I guess it could be happening at almost any time which is why it works so well. Although I wouldn’t put this book into the thriller section of mysteries, there was a little intrigue to find out what was going on while learning more about the characters along the way to uncover the truths. I enjoy the type of mystery that has you wondering but not biting your nails so it was a perfect blend of characters with mystery for me.

  • While not the most suspense-filled or romantic of the Quilts of Love books I have read, “A Stitch in Time” certainly had its moments. The characters were genuine and small town life was represented quite well. Primary character Thea’s frustrations with her co-chairperson and the general lack of help from the other committee members was so reminiscent of real-life situations – sad and humorous at the same time.

    The plot moved along at a steady pace with a few surprises along the way. The discovery of one particular clue was somewhat unique in my opinion. I would have liked just a bit more interaction between Thea and Cole. I was never quite sure if there was any true romance between them. I did like how the relationship between Thea and her best friend was resolved.

  • This is the first book I’ve read by Cathy Elliot and the umpteenth book I’ve read in the Quilts of Love series and…. I LOVED it! 🙂 It was filled with humor, mystery, everyday struggles and a little romance. I love a good “whodunit” that keeps me guessing and A Stitch in Crime did just that. 🙂 I really didn’t have a clue as to “whodunit” until the very end. I am looking forward to reading more by this new-to-me author and I hope you’ll pick up this book and enjoy it too!

  • This mystery is great! From the very start, it keeps the reader on their toes, since things start to happen that threaten the quilt show Thea is trying to put on. As she scrambles to keep up with all the mayhem, Thea also tries to get to the bottom of all the trouble going on. This is a fun addition to the Quilts of Love series! I hadn’t read any of Cathy Elliott’s books before this, but will have to look them up now! She does a wonderful job bringing quirky, fun characters to life and does a fabulous job of keeping the reader’s attention. Two thumbs up!
    I received this book from Litfuse in exchange for my honest review.

  • Moments says:

    I enjoyed Cathy’s Quilts of Love novel, “A Stitch in Crime.” This story is filled with mishap after mishap and keeps the reader guessing to the end as to who is behind the attacks and incidents that cause Thea’s events to not turn out as planned. Thea is an interesting main character, she has a fascinating job and has also taken on the task of co-chairing this first quilt show extravaganza for her town, which has many smaller events leading up to the big ones. However, to Thea it feels as if she is doing it all on her own as her co-chair seems to be MIA a lot of the time and also to add to this stress she has to deal with old “friends” and their not so helpful advice and assistance as well.

  • A Rup Life says:

    This was a cute fast read. Thea was a likable character that was just having a really bad week. She had great family and friend support who helped to rally and get all the jobs done during the tight time constraints. While it felt just a tad bit rushed to me (I would have liked to see more romance between Thea and her boyfriend) the overall mystery part was quite enjoyable. Another great addition to the Quilts of Love series!

  • Loved this book, full of energy, spiteful relatives, antiques, mysteries….enough to keep you turning pages and on your toes!

  • Cathy Elliot has penned a quirky, quilty mystery! This story has just about everything fun – humor, forgetfulness, animals running amuck, and lots of sugary sweets. Even the most serious situations in the story didn’t feel threatening or dangerous, and I think this was because the rest of the story was so completely funny.

    A Stitch in Crime is the perfect lighthearted story to read in front of a cozy fire – or maybe under your favorite quilt.

  • I’d say this fits the “cozy mystery” family… and I’m not a cozy mystery fan. If you ARE a cozy mystery lover… ignore my review.

    The biggest thing for me… the character development just wasn’t fully there. The story was there… but the follow through was lacking. I never really found a reason to love Thea. Was there supposed to be a love interest with Cole? Why WAS Odette around? I guess I kept wondering if certain things were part of a mystery… or if certain people were just highly irritating. I just never really felt drawn into the story or characters.

  • I really hate to say this, but of all the Quilts of Love books I have read, A Stitch in Crime by Cathy Elliott is my least favorite (but that doesn’t mean I still didn’t enjoy reading it). This mystery did not have the usual suspense or the romance that I love and expected, and instead, from the moment I started reading, I picked up on who the culprit was.

    With its slow pace, A Stitch in Crime is a pleasant quilt-filled read. This was so different than I would have liked, yet, it did entertain me nonetheless and I did enjoy the relationships between characters and the bits of witty humor here and there. Fans of the Quilts of Love series, looking for a calm mystery, may want to pick this one up.

  • This book is classified as a “cozy mystery.” That means it is a more fun read than suspenseful and is definitely not the kind of book that will keep you up at night after you read it. I typically read those kind of books, so this was a change of pace for me, but that is OK. We all need to read a easy and fun book once in a while.

    I did enjoy the book. As with all of the other books in this series, the story centered around a quilt, and I find quilts interesting, even though I am a guy. I liked the characters in the book, the setting, and plot. There was a couple of mysteries going on, and the book was suspenseful, but there are no murders or deadly chases in the book.

    There was a message in the book of the need to forgive, and the book was a definite Christian read. I’d recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good mystery, especially if they like books that are a fun instead of intense read.

  • Cathy Elliott adds to the Quilts of Love series with this cozy mystery surrounding a quilt show where, if anything can go wrong, it will! A unique assortment of characters populate this tale, although at times they tend a bit toward the outrageous. Clever word play enhances and adds humor to this story.

  • The plot moved quickly and had just the right amount of twists and turns to keep the reader glued to the page. Of course , the mystery of the family quilt, yet to be unveiled to the public was the main attraction in the story. But, the reader is kept guessing to its importance and meaning until the very last page of the book. If you are looking for a bloody, gruesome mystery, this book is NOT for you! It is a clean, somewhat quirky mystery, with a wholesome theme. It is a Christian mystery, without the gore that many books have.

  • By The Book says:

    Quilts are definitely front and center in this novel and the avid quilter will love all the references to quilting patterns and paraphernalia. The mystery was suitably mysterious, and I didn’t have a clue whodunit until he/she was unveiled. Characters are as colorful as the quilts

  • For some reason I was under the impression that “A Stitch in Crime” was a suspense book, nope, an interesting mystery. Was this book terribly exciting? Well, no, but I was sick while reading it but it seemed pretty good! It was pretty different from most books I’ve read, no romance! A nice change. The only thing I wish was added was more about Thea’s faith, the book talks about others’ faith but not much is said about out main character’s. I also would have liked to know about Thea’s late fiancé. But I had to laugh that Thea is a nail-biter! Heehee, I understand those troubles!

  • I’ve recently been reading quite a few of these Quilts of Love novellas and have enjoyed the romantic stories, but I was interested (and slightly excited) when I heard of this one that had some mystery in it. Being new to this author, I was pleased with her writing style as well as her storyline. The suspense was very well written and I loved uncovering all the clues with Thea and getting to know the little town. The characters were also very well developed with a variety of personalities. This was another fantastic book to add to the Quilts of Love series and I look forward to further in the series!

  • A Stitch in Crime by Cathy Elliot was an okay book. I have read tons of books in this series and this one just wasn’t one of my favorites. I did love the mystery aspect of the story but overall this book just wasn’t one for me.

  • It was supposed to be a smooth running, well organized quilt show. Well, that’s if the co-chair would actually help.

    Ms Elliott has stitched subterfuge and danger in this quilt lover’s read. I’m looking forward to reading more of her books.

  • A Stitch In Crime combines all the perfect elements…quilting, community, and crime- to create a story that mystery-lovers won’t be able to put down.

  • Interesting and easy read…The mystery was interesting and twisty. And I LOVE the way Cathy weaves in scripture and Faith, plus the messages of Forgiveness are an excellent addition…

  • All Thea James wanted to do was expand her antique business. It never occurred to her that the quilt show would turn out to be so dangerous. I have news for you it never occurred to me either. This book is packed solid with mystery. The assault on Thea’s friend and the stolen brooch as well as the stolen quilt which may be very valuable. But it does not stop there as Thea cannot seem to find anybody to help and they seem to be acting in a mysterious manner. There is even a threat on her cat. Get ready for a mystery that will keep you guessing until Ms. Elliott reveals all to you at the end. Then you give out a satisfied “AAh”. This is a truly enjoyable read and I look forward to more from this very talented author.

  • I enjoyed “A Stitch in Crime” and found the mystery to be very unpredictable up until the very end of the book. The characters were very believable and Elliot’s writing style makes them jump right off the page. I could picture much of the interpersonal drama happening at any quilt guild, not just the fictional “Quilt-Without-Guilt” guild described in the book.
    As I always enjoy books from the “Quilts of Love” series, this one did not disappoint. I love mysteries and the quilting community so this book was right up my literary alley.

  • Elliott has written a fun read with an amazing cast of characters. Each a bit quirky, the characters carry the story along in a very engaging manner. The dialogue draws the reader into the action and holds their attention. Elliott’s characterization and plot development is superb!

    You will enjoy this addition to the Quilts of Love series!

  • A Stitch In Crime, By: Cathy Elliott (Quilt of Love Series)
    This is a suspense and mystery type book. I so love the quilt theme of all the Quilts of Love Series. A story that will be keeping you guessing until the very end of the book. It held my interest. It is a fairly quick read. The story flows relatively smooth. It had a couple of characters in there that i wanted to smack at times. There was the character that you thought was so sweet. I am looking forward to the next book in the quilts of love series.

  • A Stitch in Crime is another book in the Quilts of Love book series. When this novel begins Thea James is helping run her first quilt show. What started out going really great starts to fall apart when Mary-Alice Wentworth, a matriarch of the town gets attacked and has her diamond brooch stolen from her. Next, a rare quilt is taken. Thea James sets out to find out what is really going on while helping to make sure Mary-Alice doesn’t get hurt again. I give this book a 4/5. I was given this book by Litfuse Publicity Group and all opinions are my own.

  • I have really enjoyed learning about quilts in this series. In this story the author’s description of the Hastings McLeod Museum for the “Larkins Treasure” quilt unveiling and other activities sounds like fun it makes me want to attend a quilt show. I found it funny how Thea saw the girls in the picture change and would put them in time out instead of dealing with Renee and confronting her outright.

  • An interesting book, but hard to get into at first. A first rate mystery with only a touch of romance.

  • If you are looking for a cozy mystery involving heritage quilts, stolen diamonds and missing people, then A Stitch In Crime will capture your fancy!

    A Stitch In Crime is an easy-to-read story that weaves faith, forgiveness and humor into a family-centric whodunit.

    If you are looking for an entertaining book that will allow you a few hours of pleasant escapism playing amateur detective in a cozy setting, then give this book a read!

  • WV Stitcher says:

    Probably one of my favorites in the Quilts of Love series,after all what’s not to enjoy when an author pairs up quilting, a cat, a smidgen of romance, a small town feel along with a who-dun-it that wasn’t easy to figure out.

  • wanted to like this book. I really did. When i signed up for it I was really excited and thought I would really enjoy it. I’ve read several of the “QOL” books and I’ve really enjoyed most of them, but this one just ended up being a disappointment.

  • Jami's Words says:

    I enjoyed the humor. I’m a bit on the corny side, so the humor fit right in for me. But the mystery side just felt a little too relaxed–not enough spunk to it to keep me tuned in on the action. However, for readers who prefer a more relaxed side would enjoy this book, I believe. I’m not big on heavy duty blood and gore, don’t get me wrong. It just felt a little too light for me.

  • I really enjoyed this book. I don’t always enjoy all of the Quilts of Love books but this one kept my attention throughout. It had a lot of action and I liked that the mystery wasn’t a murder but the loss of a quilt. I liked the character of Thea and thought that the setting of this book was very charming. This book really kept me guessing all the was through and I was totally thrown off by who did the “crime”. I really like when a book keeps me guessing.

    I received a complimentary copy of this book for my honest review.

  • This is the last book in the Quilts of Love Series. Come join Thea as she plans for the town’s very first Quilt Show. What can go wrong? Things start going amiss at the opening reception where the guest speaker and judge does not show up.

    What is happening? What are they really after? Will they discover the treasure that really lies behind the Quilt owned by Mary-Alice the town’s matriarch.

  • The last Quilts of Love book that I read was Masterpiece Marriage and when I started to read A Stitch In Crime, it just didn’t have the same feel that I was used to from these novels. I really liked it though because it had its own flair and personality. The main character, Thea James, is front and center in the mystery at the quilt show. The event is ending in a week and she needs to figure out who the person is that is causing all the problems.

  • This is the second Quilts of Love book that I’ve read, both mysteries, but this was my first Thea James mystery. The entire time I was reading, I had a sense that there must be a previous Thea James book out there, because I felt like I had walked into a party full of strangers I was supposed to know. I just knew there was a subplot going on that must have been explained somewhere else first. That initial confusion made it a little hard for me to get sucked into the mystery right away.

    Overall, I enjoyed the story, though it would have helped to have read the introductory Thea James book first. A Stitch in Crime is definitely more on the cozy mystery side than the suspense side. Though the series is called the Quilts of Love, there really is minimal romance in this book. There is tension

  • A Stitch in Crime is a wonderful addition to Quilts of Love series. However, it isn’t a murder mystery. It is centered around a quilt as all the Quilts of Love books are, but it is a theft mystery. Elliott will have you turning the pages as fast as you can to see how this crime is resolved. A cozy mystery right in time to curl up by the fire with. You’ll love it and won’t want to put the book down.

  • I just finished reading ” A Stitch in Crime” by Cathy Elliot and I found it to be a great mystery. Thea James has decided to become involved in a quilt show. She really thought that this would be a great idea because she had an antique business. The problems start from the very beginning when a town leader Mary-Alice Wentworth is robbed of a diamond brooch, after being attacked. Thea has her hands full. Next a rare quilt also is missing and no one seems to know anything. This is a great addition to The Quilts of Love Series of books. It is up to Thea to figure out what has happened. I give this book a 4/5. I was given this book by Litfuse Publicity Group and all opinions are my own. –

  • I picked this book because I liked the synopsis of the story; I usually enjoy cozy mysteries. However, the development in this book is very slow. It’s half-way through before the heroine even thinks about investigating, and another several pages before she asks leading questions. There is much thinking on the heroine’s part that results in pages of writing about her thoughts. I wanted to like it, but had to make myself pick it up to continue reading. [sorry]

  • I love cozy Mysteries and this one had me guessing till the very end. I am always intrigued by the Quilts of Love series because they help remind us that each of the stories behind each quilt is as different as the person making the quilt and the person who the quilt is made for.

  • I admired how she thought on her feet to solve the problems she encountered, and if I had half of that, it might not stress me out that I have trouble saying No. Small problems do not make suspense, but when you have them every time you turn around, they escalate. I would find it difficult to show unconditional love in some of the instances, but Cathy crafts an amazing story, with twists and turns that Caught me off guard. I will be looking for the characters to show up in her next book, because some of them are just too good to fade into the woodwork (or quilts)!

  • pamela black says:

    They did it again another great read from the writers of the quilts of love series. they really do need to consider making this into a flim… just ask mrs.macomber!!

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