In Marie's sixth novel, the youngest memeber of the Cobbled Court Quilt Circle stands at a crossroads that women of all ages can relate to. Liza, the once-rebellious granddaughter of town leader Abigail Spaulding, is finishing art school in New York City. Having struggled to find herself, Liza is torn. Does she accept the proposal of Evelyn's son, Garrett, or pursue a once-in-a-lifetime career opportunity in far-away Chicago? Everyone in New Bern has a different opinion, especially all those quilters. If only Liza could decide.
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Review 1 for A Thread So Thin
the series is well worth the read.
Date:November 4, 2011
Once you start the first in the series you can't wait for the next one. I hope she just continues to write about the characters in the story.
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Review 2 for A Thread So Thin
AN INTERESTING STORY OF LOVE,FAITH AND UNDERSTANDI
A THREAD SO THIN by Marie Bostwick is an inspirational comtemporary romance/fiction set in present day Connecticut.It is the third in the "Cobbled Court Novels",Book one "A Single Thread",Book two "A Thread of Truth",but can be read as a stand alone. It is well written with depth and details.It has faith,women's friendships,love trust,forgiveness,pain,life's challenges, emotional,funny,caring, betrayal,sisterhood. While, this story was a little slow to me in the beginning,it is overall an interesting story of love,faith,understanding and life.It will warm your heart and soul.The main focus of this book is the tempermental artist,Lisa and her boyfriend Garrett.This book was received for the purpose of review from the publisher and details can be found at Kensington Books and My Book Addiction and More.