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About the book (from the Harlequin website):
Widow Rebecca Mast returns to her Amish community with her son and a dream—to own a quilt shop. Carpenter Daniel King is determined to help Rebecca and revive their childhood friendship. But as he bonds with her son, Rebecca’s afraid the secret she’s been keeping will be revealed. Can Daniel convince Rebecca he’s a man she can trust—and love?
The Wedding Quilt Bride is a sweet read set in the heart of Pennsylvania Amish country. Both Rebecca Mast and Daniel King have known the pain of giving of themselves only to be let down by those they loved. Marta Perry paints their story with a tender brush that is both uplifting and sweet. While I wish I would have read the first book in the series, just to learn the backstory of some of the characters in this story, it can be read as a standalone book. At just over 200 pages, this isn't an in depth look at the Mast or King families, but simply a touching story involving two souls who've been burned by romantic and familial love in the past--Rebecca's husband and Daniel's brother. The Wedding Quilt Bride is well worth the cover price and I look forward to more in the Brides of Lost Creek series.
~ My Rating: 3 out of 5 stars ~
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