This collection of short stories revolves around a wedding quilt. Jennifer Blake starts the stories off with "Pieces of Dreams." It's 1843 and a wedding quilt is being stitched for bride Melly Bennington. But is she in love with the man she is promised to, or is it his twin brother who captures her heart? JoAnn Cassity introduces us to Walker McGregor and Annie O'Neil in, "Forever Annie." Walker and Annie, opposing general store owners, want the wedding quilt for their own good reasons. Will the special quilt bring them together or tear them apart? Linda Shertzer takes the reader to 1893 Missouri in "Hand-Me-Down Hearts." Cora McGregor bequeaths young widow Elise Barker and her two children a few pieces of furniture and an old quilt. Her brother Ryder McGregor wants his priceless family heirlooms returned. Will Elise return them or will Ryder take her love instead? Christinia Cordaire starts "A Ring For Remembrance" in 1990, but it isn't long before Sara Blake finds herself back in the 1840s. Will helping two people in love, help Sara's own love life in the 90s? Save The Quilting Circle for a special day. You won't be able to put it down.
I enjoy reading nearly any kind of quilt fiction, so I enjoyed reading this as well. However, the writing, the plot lines, the character development all seemed rather simplistic and formulaic. It isn't necessarily a book that I would recommend to a friend. I did like the way the stories were all intertwined, but by the 4th story, the author really had to stretch to make it work.