I am delighted to join the blog tour for Confessions from the Quilting Circle by Maisey Yates today! My thanks to Harlequin Publishing for the invitation to join. I was gifted a copy of Confessions from the Quilting Circle to read in exchange for my honest review.
Book Info and Rating
CONFESSIONS FROM THE QUILTING CIRCLE
Author: Maisey Yates
Publication Date: 4 May 2021
Publisher: HQN Books
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars 💙💙💙💙💙
The Ashwood women don’t have much in common…except their ability to keep secrets.
When Lark Ashwood’s beloved grandmother dies, she and her sisters discover an unfinished quilt. Finishing it could be the reason Lark’s been looking for to stop running from the past, but is she ever going to be brave enough to share her biggest secret with the people she ought to be closest to?
Hannah can’t believe she’s back in Bear Creek, the tiny town she sacrificed everything to escape from. The plan? Help her sisters renovate her grandmother’s house and leave as fast as humanly possible. Until she comes face-to-face with a man from her past. But getting close to him again might mean confessing what really drove her away…
Stay-at-home mom Avery has built a perfect life, but at a cost. She’ll need all her family around her, and all her strength, to decide if the price of perfection is one she can afford to keep paying.
This summer, the Ashwood women must lean on each other like never before, if they are to stitch their family back together, one truth at a time…
Three sisters, Lark, Hannah, and Avery, along with their mother, Mary, are back in their hometown to claim their inheritance and sort through their gran, Adeline Dowell’s large house and her possessions after she passes away. In doing so, they discover that painful secrets have kept them apart as well as achieving their own happiness as individuals. Set in small-town Bear Creek, Oregon, they discover an unfinished quilt along with a diary written by their gran. Maisey Yates has beautifully developed her characters and it was a treat to watch the healing and repairing of the women’s lives at the same time that the quilt was being completed. The story also features two romances and life-changing decisions are needing to be made. Told via alternating viewpoints this compelling, multi-generational story was emotional and moving. I highly recommend Confessions from the Quilting Circle especially if you are fond of small-town stories that unearth an abundance of family history.
Confessions from the Quilting Circle is a satisfying and rewarding reading experience from beginning to end.
Thanks to NetGalley, HQN Books and the author, Maisey Yates for the complimentary copy. This is my honest and totally voluntary review.
Meet the Author:
Author Bio: New York Times Bestselling author Maisey Yates lives in rural Oregon with her three children and her husband, whose chiseled jaw and arresting features continue to make her swoon. She feels the epic trek she takes several times a day from her office to her coffee maker is a true example of her pioneer spirit.
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