Friday, December 19, 2014

Masterpiece Marriage Book Review

I was given the chance for another Quilts of Love book!!  I really have enjoyed all of the books that I have read but I hesitated because this one was set in the past.  I am much better with current books then historical fiction but the story sounded so good that I couldn't turn it down.  I requested Masterpiece Marriage: Quilts of Love Series by Gina Welborn through the publisher.  I was excited when it came in the mail and had trouble putting the book down when reading it so it turned out to be a great choice.

After a flood damages the looms and fabric at Zenus Dane’s Philadelphia textile mill and the bank demands loan payment, Zenus turns to his aunt for help repurposing his textiles. Trouble starts when his aunt has already agreed to help the lovely yet secretive Englishwoman Mary Varrs to draw some pictures for her report which is due in 10 days. Eager to acquire his aunt’s quilt patterns, Zenus agrees to attends the summer Quilting Bee to help his aunt by doing whatever she needs. Mary is also working for his aunt in order to pay off the debt of the drawings.  The aunt is trying to work her magic to get Zenus married to the one that he asked for who also happens to be person who greatly looks up to Mary, Arel Dewey.  Find out what happens in this great love story by reading it yourself.

I loved everything about this book.  The characters were great and made even more life like by the great writing of the author.  It was set in the past but other then traveling by horse, it could have totally happened in current day.  There was some of the old world magic happening since it is a lot less likely for people to get set up for marriages and marry so quickly.  The characters at the quilting bee were just as interesting as the main characters and added so much to the story and the outcome.  I hope that you get this book and check out the great story and characters.  I know that you will fall in love as much as I did!!!

** I was provided this book for my honest opinion and review from the publisher through Litfuse Publicity.

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