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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.
Guest Post by Ruby for
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.