ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
And, since she is not fond of writing about herself in third person, she asked her oldest daughter to contribute. Like her mother, Erin is not at a loss for words…
My Thoughts on This Book:
What a fantastic read. I've come to love each and every book in the Quilts of Love series and this one is no exception. You will find romance and a wonderful story knit around a memorial quilt. I learned a lot about the foundation that helps with the AIDS quilt. Not only are you getting a great fiction read, you are also learning something new. I love how the characters all seemed to mesh together nicely. I did find the story go a little slow at the beginning acting more like a 300+ page book which it's only a little more than 200 pages. So with that, the story felt a bit rushed at the very end trying to tie up everything. I didn't feel it took away from the storyline. I guess I wished there was more to read because I didn't want to put it down.. A great read. Don't miss it!
ABOUT THE BOOK
If you would like to read the first chapter of Threads of Hope, go HERE.