A complimentary copy of this book was provided by Netgalley. I was not required to write a positive review, and have not been compensated for this. All opinions are my own.A Patchwork Christmas Collection by Judith Mccoy MillerNancy MoserStephanie Grace Whitson
Published by Barbour Pub. on 2012
Genres: Christian, Fiction, Historical, Holidays, Romance
Join three of today’s bestselling inspirational fiction authors in a collection of Christmas stories from Victorian-era America that are full of second-chance romances. Jilted by her fiancé, Karla packs away her wedding quilts and her plans for marriage. Widow Jane travels to marry a prosperous man she barely knows in order to give her daughter a better life—then is stranded in a winter storm. Ada, a wealthy ingénue, inadvertently causes grave injury to a poor man she once considered quite a catch. Each must search her heart, change her plans. . .and patch together a tender, unexpected life filled with love.
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I loved this book so much that I gave it five stars. I refuse to give it coffee cups as my daughter insists. She’s just gonna have to deal with it.
Seams Like Love
The first story is of a college man returning home with much love in his heart for his childhood friend. I loved the themes of friendship and patience. I loved that God worked it into Karla’s heart that she and Frank belonged together.
A Patchwork Love
When Jane and her daughter travel towards a destiny of their own design—a snowstorm intervenes and Jane finds that God’s ways are not our ways. This was a beautiful love story and I enjoyed it very much.
The Bridal Quilt
This was a wonderful story of God’s love for us. I loved this book and was impressed that the author was not ashamed to share the Gospel with her readers. Each story was wonderful but the Bridal Quilt was absolutely precious. I was brought to tears by this story.