Weekend read: Sew in Love-4 Historical Stories

Sew in Love


I had the privilege to read this book over the past few days and couldn't wait to share it with you.

Onto the review:


Darlene Panzera's Hearts Sewn with Love is an enjoyable story with realistic characters and scenes, the enterprising spirit of the heroine is the perfect foil to some far-from-perfect characters she encounters. Overall, it is a fun, quick, entertaining read.

Woven Hearts by Jacquolyn McMurray pits an intrepid young lady against some dangerous circumstances, I enjoyed the intrigue and romance in this story.

A Language of Love by Kimberly Woodhouse adeptly handles the sensitive issue of mistreatment of those deemed socially inferior to the wealthy upper class. Her heroine had the mettle and strength of Maureen O'Hara when she bested John Wayne in the classic, McClintock. And, the hero had the same "gleam in his eye" and bravado of The Duke himself. I absolutely loved this story.

Tailored Sweethearts by Debby Lee is a story of love and faith regained. Its hero is a dashing, brave captain and the heroine is smart and strong. The story sped along at a great pace and leaves you smiling at the end.

If you love romance and historical fiction, you will enjoy this book, I thought it was wonderful.

I received this book from the publisher and was under no obligation to post nor write a review.

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What's next on my TBR stack? 

Robin Patchen's Legacy Restored (Legacy Series #2)

Robin Patchen's Legacy Reclaimed (Legacy Series #3) 

Linda Glaz's Blow Out the Candles: And Say Goodbye 


What's got you staying up late at night to read? I'd love to hear it.


    

Comments

  1. Staying up late? NOT READING _ Dealing with Scrivener as I attempt to load my SOWN IN PEACE book for revisions!
    OH TO BE READING AGAIN!

    Mary Connealy's latest and greatest in my PILES

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    1. Oh no! I am so sorry to hear this, Joy. Prayers everything will go smoothly on Scrivener for you.
      I hope you're reading for fun soon.

      Love Mary Connealy's books too!

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    2. Thank you, Stacy! Still not resolved - but - I've gotten some cooking done while waiting for Scrivener to respond. LOL - Jerry's going to be pleased, even if I'm not.

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    3. You're welcome, Joy. Sorry it's not resolved yet. Glad Jerry will be happy, prayers for you to be soon. Hugs!!

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  2. I love your book reviews and now I'll have several more to add to my TBR pile. I also love Robin Patchen's books and Linda Glaz's Blow Out the Candles has an unforgettable premise. I have so many books on my TBR pile that I could be happy doing nothing but reading. One of the books I'll dive into is Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens. It is 2019's #1 book in print, ebook and audio with 4.5 million copies sold. I might be in for a rude awakening but I'm interested to find out what made this book so popular. Thanks for your excellent reviews.

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    1. Thank you, Barbara. Wouldn't that be wonderful to read all day! Please let me know how you like Where the Crawdads Sing, I'm curious about it. Not sure what the premise is about, but it being #1 means it's got to be good: )

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