Review

Confessions from a Quilting Circle. Maisey Yates. Blog Tour

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Published: Harlequin
Date: 4th May 2021
Source: Publicist via NetGalley

Confessions from the Quilting Circle is the story of women from one family, the secrets that burden them, the heartbreak they hide and how they find their way out of it all.

When three sisters find themselves in Bear Creek, mourning the loss of a mother and grandmother, they set about piecing a quilt from fabric in the Dowell house attic. Along with the fabric are some old diaries that will take each of them back to the distant past and link to their stories now.

Avery, married to a local surgeon with two children, the perfect mother and wife, totally involved in all things community. Hannah the violinist hoping for a big role in her orchestra and Lacey returning back to Bear Creek after tough times took her away. As well their mother Mary who always has felt “less than” because her mother left and went away when she was young.

As secrets are revealed, things shared and changes made the four women find a new way and new paths that will surely lead to greater happiness. And as they do so the quilt is finished.

I enjoyed the story, it’s heartwarming, although I felt the theme and messages in the book were a little labored, as a reader I prefer to find them by reading between the lines.

Photo Maisey YatesAuthor Bio: New York Times Bestselling author Maisey Yates lives in rural Oregon with her three children and her husband, whose chiseled jaw and arresting features continue to make her swoon. She feels the epic trek she takes several times a day from her office to her coffee maker is a true example of her pioneer spirit.

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9 thoughts on “Confessions from a Quilting Circle. Maisey Yates. Blog Tour”

  1. Oh wow I didn’t know Maisey was dipping her foot into women’s fiction good job. I’m looking into this I love her romance.

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  2. I love quilts! I have never learned quilting, but this story and others about the art of quilting take me back to the Quilting Bees I attended with my mother, watching and listening in as they told their secrets! Thanks for sharing.

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  3. Hi Kathryn! This sounds lovely! I have to admit, when I saw the heading I thought you are going to tell us a funny story about something funny that happened in your quilt club!

    This almost reminds me of How to make an American Quilt.

    Elza Reads

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