Emily Sundberg has her life all planned-a respectable job as a teacher and a suitable husband. But does God have a better plan for her?
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Customer Reviews for Threads of Love, Fabric of Time Series #3
Review 1 for Threads of Love, Fabric of Time Series #3
U.S. Deputy Marshall gets his girl
Date:June 7, 2013
Review of Threads of Love (Fabric of Time Series) by Andrea Boeshaar
I knew from the opening scene I would love this book: Our handsome hero crashes through a saloon window knocking down our not-so-delicate heroine. U.S. deputy marshal Jake Edgerton has already caused Emily Sundberg emotional bruises, so she's not happy to be involved in his capture of a wanted man, especially with half the town watching. And what if the man she’s decided to marry, though he needs convincing, saw?
This was a very enjoyable read with excellent main characters in independent, keep-up-with-the-boys Emily and tough, admirable Jake. Emily's friend Iris Hopper was a hoot, and even though I haven't yet read the other Fabric of TIme books, I enjoyed learning about Emily's family. I also found the setting, ranging from Manitowoc, Wisconsin to Montana interesting. I found the end a little anticlimactic, though satisfactory. But I’m sure the ending will seem perfectly fitting for those who find Emily’s family old friends.
Andrea Boeshaar weaves threads of forgiveness and second chances into the story making it an encouraging as well as entertaining read. This is the third in the series, and I hope to read the other two (not necessary to enjoy this book though).
Note: I received Threads of Love from the publisher for review purposes, but my opinions concerning the book are honest.
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Review 2 for Threads of Love, Fabric of Time Series #3
Andrea Boeshaar in her new book, "Threads of Love" Book Three in the Fabric of Time series published by Realms brings us into the life of Julianna Wayland in 1877.
From the back cover: Emily Sundberg has her life all laid out. She has a respectable job as a teacher and an idea of whom she should marry. But does God have a better plan?
Emily Sundberg considers herself a proper young lady of the twentieth century. But a decade ago she behaved more like a tomboy. So when the neighbor's grandson came to visit one summer when she was thirteen, they became fast friends. Emily even got her first kiss--quite by accident.
Unfortunately Jake Edgerton told all the boys something else. Rumors circulated, and Emily caved from embarrassment and guilt. Meanwhile Jake returned home to Fallon, Montana and she never saw or heard from him again.
Over the years Emily has worked hard to prove to her peers and the people of Manitowoc, Wisconsin that, despite past mistakes, she is an upstanding young woman, one worthy of being a schoolteacher--and possibly Andy Anderson's wife. But even with the passing of time, Emily has never forgotten Jake and how he nearly ruined her life...
And now he's a US deputy marshal and he's back in town!
The three books in this wonderful series have been set between 1848 and 1900 and have showed us the lives of three generations of the Sundberg family who have settled in Wisconsin from Norway. I have enjoyed each of these books and am sorry to see this series come to an end. This time up the focus is on Emily Sundberg. Emily has a plan for her life. God also has a plan for her life. It is just the details of each plan do not align. She thinks Jake ruined her reputation by his big talking and then he left town. Now she has spent the years trying to build back her reputation, be a school teacher and get married. The only problem is Jake has returned. "Threads of Love" is a story of love, forgiveness and restoration. I like the way Ms. Boeshaar writes. She is an accomplished author who knows how to deliver true to life dialog and create characters that you fall in love with. The love story between Emily and Jake is a lot of fun and this book is filled with plenty of action to keep you turning the pages. This is an excellent read! I recommend it.
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from Realms. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."
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Review 3 for Threads of Love, Fabric of Time Series #3
Date:May 29, 2013
Transported to 1902, the reader quickly gets caught up in Emily Sundberg's trials and triumphs. Working hard to be a respected, mature schoolteacher, Emily struggles to conquer the embarrassment and guilt over a mistake made when she was thirteen. Like any other young woman, Emily dreams of love and marriage, but how can she be attracted to Jake Edgerton--the very person she blames for the rumors spread when she was thirteen?
Andrea Boeshaar has woven a wonderful story of love and forgiveness. The reader is pulled into the story from the beginning and abides there until the very last page is turned, crying and laughing with Emily. I highly recommend Threads of Love, Andrea's third installment in her Fabric of Time series.