Although I've loved some of the Quilts of Love Books that I've had the opportunity to read, A Stitch and a Prayer was not one of my favorite.
However the story was very difficult to figure out. I kept thinking I must have missed some other book or something at the beginning, but as far as I know this isn't a sequel. It's a stand alone book. The action was very confusing.
The conversations were very stilted and didn't seem to flow well. There wasn't too much of the characters' thoughts and feelings either. So I think this contributed to the choppy flow of conversations. When the characters acted and conversed, we didn't really know what to expect because we hadn't been privy to what they were thinking. So conversations seemed abrupt.
Although the setting and story had potential, I just couldn't like this one. I give it three stars and a G rating for content.
Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed are entirely my own.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
(No image available) Eva Gibson is the author of twenty books, including A Stitch and a Prayer, the latest release in the Quilts of Love series from Abingdon Fiction. She currently teaches Writing Your Life Story classes for Portland Community College and is an active member of Oregon Christian Writers. She has lived most of her life on the family farm in Wilsonville, Oregon, which is the setting for her novel.
ABOUT THE BOOK
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