This book nearly bored me to death! It sounded so good, so I kept plugging away, waiting for the "good part" to happen. It never did. The ending was anti-climactic and the characters were dull. It did help me fall asleep at night, so it wasn't entirely useless.
This was a good book to read. I couldn't put it down. A nice twist from the usual mystery/witchy novel. Great weekend read, ending slightly anti-clamatic (spelling?) but plausable. Worth the read.
Our graduate student heroine, Rachel, has been 'possessed' by a nineteenth century witch. Where did she come from...well, all the strange goings on came after someone dropped off those old quilts at the clothing shop where Rachel works...something sinister begins to unfold.
The idea of this book is very clever and appeals to those of us that like paranorml mystery or romance as well as sewing. It is a fun read and I learned a lot about quilting and witchcraft at the same time!
I have always loved Barbara Micheals. This book was good, plenty of supernatural suspense.
Very good book,could not put it down...
Excellent mystery, it had me in suspense all the way through.
I loved this book, I couldn't put it down till I was finished, stayed up till 3 am.
I really enjoyed this book.
A good read for anyone who does needlework.
A delightful book to read, Quilters love reading it.
A tale about Civil War quilts-three stolen or discarded? And are they influencing the present? Interesting premise but a little to much on the supernatural side for me.
This was such a muddled mess of a book. Like others, I kept waiting for it to "get good" but it never did. An overload of under-developed characters and a meandering plot line that basically led nowhere. My first by this author and I won't rush to read another by her.
After becoming intrigued with an antique bridal quilt, a woman finds herself influenced by it, even as she begins to sense that the enormous power the quilt carries is evil and it is bringing harm to her loved ones.