Wednesday, October 29, 2014
Quilted by Christmas by Jodie Bailey
Taryn has felt a lot of hardship in her life. Abandoned by her parents as a young child, and left behind by her highschool sweetheart, she feels as if she's gotten over all of those things. But it's not until Taryn's first love returns to town, that she realizes that she really has not gotten over all of those heartaches. Seeing Justin again is like opening a fresh wound.
Taryn's grandmother, Jemma is like the parent she never had. She has always taken care of her. After all of these years, Jemma is in bad health, and Taryn worries that the secret that Jemma has held onto for so long will suddenly come to the surface.
I have read multiple Quilts of Love books and so far I have not read one that I didn't like! Quilted by Christmas is a heartwarming story of love, and forgiveness. The end of the book emphasizes that love is not something you earn but must be something that is freely given and accepted. If you are looking for a nice book to curl up with this winter season, Quilted by Christmas is a great choice! This book is sure to become a Christmas favorite!
I received this book for free from Litfuse in exchange for my honest unbiased opinion. I rate it as 4 stars.