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Esme Cahill Fails Spectacularly

Readers will love this feel-good novel that embraces the idea of family and small-town living while it extols the unexpected benefits of veering off the path from a perfectly mapped life.

The Restoration of Celia Fairchild

This feel-good novel from Bostwick (Hope on the Inside) oozes charm. Celia’s story is believable, and the characters from this Southern town are as refreshing as sweet tea on a hot afternoon. It’s the perfect recipe for a good read

Just in Time

Bostwick (The Promise Girls) is a popular author in public libraries. Both her longtime fans and newer readers will enjoy this smoothly written book, full of fresh starts, cute dogs, and likable characters.

The Promise Girls

Bostwick ("Cobbled Court Quilts" series) writes yet another strong, character-driven tale that will have any reader truly invested in the sisters. For fans of Debbie Macomber and Robyn Carr.

From Here to Home

Bostwick succeeds in handling tough subjects with a light hand, here updating faithful readers who wanted more about sassy, determined Mary Dell and her beloved son. Recommended for Bostwick's fans, and those who appreciate family novels featuring strong women.

The Second Sister

Despite the way the ending is all neatly tied up, readers who enjoy novels about family relationships, women who support each other emotionally, or small, tight-knit communities will appreciate Bostwick's latest effort. It's definitely recommended for those who read and enjoy her "Cobbled Court" books.

Between Heaven and Texas

Fans of Bostwick's five "Cobbled Court Quilt" novels will relish this prequel for the opportunity to see high-spirited Mary Dell Templeton in her younger years. It's a book for fans of novels featuring sassy, independent women, Southern novels with witty dialog, or stories featuring quilting. Readers looking for tales of families dealing with children with special needs may also appreciate Bostwick's realistic handling of the issues involving the birth of a child with Down syndrome.

Threading the Needle

Bostwick's series continues to introduce interesting characters and compelling stories that show an appreciation for female friendship as well as a love for the art of quilting. Readers who have exhausted Jennifer Chiaverini's "Elm Creek Quilt" novels or Clare O'Donohue's "Someday Quilt" mysteries will definitely enjoy Bostwick.

A Single Thread


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