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Patchwork Holiday: Twice Loved / Remnants of Faith / Everlasting Song / Silver Lining
Patchwork Holiday Twice Loved / Remnants of Faith / Everlasting Song / Silver Lining
Author: DiAnn Mills, Renee DeMarco, Wanda E. Brunstetter, Colleen L. Reece
Bev Winters, a Second World War widow and mother, is desperate for a job. Dan Fisher, a grieving husband, needs someone to run his used toy store. When Bev goes Christmas shopping, a chance meeting may mean the beginning of love and the end of loss. — Olivia Howard has lost all but her life and the family Bible after tragedy strikes her beautiful...  more »
ISBN-13: 9781593107895
ISBN-10: 1593107897
Publication Date: 2005
Pages: 342
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  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.
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4.1 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Barbour Publishing
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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reviewed Patchwork Holiday: Twice Loved / Remnants of Faith / Everlasting Song / Silver Lining on + 15 more book reviews
This is an amazing book! Four stories weaved around a beautiful quilt and the people that are blessed along the way, my favorite so far this year!
reviewed Patchwork Holiday: Twice Loved / Remnants of Faith / Everlasting Song / Silver Lining on + 270 more book reviews
I really enjoy reading Wanda Brunstetter but this book was a little over the top for me. I thought it went way too fast, one day she was unemployed (in the first story) next day she met another man AND found a job in a toy store. Pretty convenient. I couldn't finish the book because of that. I appreciate things were going her way but it still left me with a bad taste in my mouth-especially since it was right after WW2.
reviewed Patchwork Holiday: Twice Loved / Remnants of Faith / Everlasting Song / Silver Lining on + 79 more book reviews
4 very good Novellas tied together with a patchwork quilt as the focus,they range from love stories to family adventures. I particularily enjoyed Wanda Brunstetters story that starts off the 4. It doesnt need to be Christmas to read these stories.


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