ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
I have always loved to write. I have stories that I wrote when I was in first grade. I used to sit at my grandmother’s yellow electric typewriter for hours, banging out my own little stories. When I was eleven, she bought me a typewriter of my own (It was 1984, okay?) and I would write and write on it. I wrote stories out by hand, and they ran to hundreds of pages. I got my first computer when I was eighteen, and the first thing I did was write a story on it. I wrote for school. I wrote for fun. I wrote for my friends. I’d get them on the phone and make up stories for them. (I earned the nickname “Dreamweaver” for that one. Nobody calls me that anymore, but it still stands as the coolest nickname I ever had.)
My Thoughts on This Book:
WOW! Another fantastic Quilts of Love story.. Each one gets better and better. I just love how each author implements the use of a quilt. Pulling the story together one thread at a time. This story takes us to a small town in the mountains of North Carolina, just before Christmas. Taryn, a high school history teacher, is living life the way she feels was meant to be. Alone. After making a mess of her relationship with Justin, her high school sweet heart 12 years earlier, she feels her life is doomed to be lived alone.
All she has is her wonderful grandmother, Jemma. After Jemma takes a tumble and lands in the hospital, Taryn has to pick up the pieces where her grandmother left off to put together a quilt for her cousin before she ties the knot with her fiance'. As the quilt pieces are put together, Taryn's life feels like it's coming unwound as her ex-boyfriend comes home and turns her life upside down.
Can Justin and Taryn, mend their relationship and put their pasts behind them to have a future together? You will want to know once you pick up the book. I couldn't put it down until the last page. Read it in one day it was that good! Can't wait to see what the next book is about in this Quilts of Love series...
ABOUT THE BOOK
If you would like to read the first chapter of Quilted by Christmas, go HERE.
I have received a free copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. No other compensation was given.