Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Barbour Blog Tour: Message on the Quilt



Author: Stephanie Grace Whitson

Genre: Life, adventure

Series: Quilt Chronicles

Number in series: 3rd

My rating on a 1-10 scale: 9.5

Type: Fiction

Number of pages: 315

Time period: 1800s

Publisher and price: Barbour, $12.99

My overall opinion: Wow, I really really enjoyed this book! I knew I’d like it…just didn’t know I’d like it this much. It was even better than Key on the Quilt, which I loved! The heroine, Emilie, was feisty, funny, fascinating and to be honest – so much fun! Besides which, she shares a name with a great-grandma of mine (who pronounced it Amelia – yes, really). And then the hero, Noah – also a pretty neat guy, with a very interesting background. The book had all the things needed to make a “good” book, and was actually super sweet. I look forward to re-reading it many times in the future!

**Barbour sent me a free copy of this book in return for an honest review. I wasn’t paid for this review, and wasn’t required to post positively.**

7 comments:

Mrs. Pedersen said...

Looks like a book I'd enjoy. :)

Charity U said...

Mrs. Pedersen, I certainly recommend it! :)

Miss Melody Muffin said...

This looks like a book my sister would like. I'll have to tell her about it.

I tagged you, Charity! Here: http://thesplendorfalls.blogspot.com/2013/05/tags-part-one.html

Rissi said...

Sounds like a sweet "western" romance. :) Hadn't heard of this one until it showed up here - thanks, Charity!

Charity U said...

Miss Melody, it's a delightful book! Thanks for tagging me...I simply don't have time to do it right now. :(

Rissi, it is! Make sure you check it out sometime. :)

Bluerose said...

I recently bought books 2 and 3 of Whitson's Dakota Moons Series, and I can't wait to get the first one and read those! I'll grab this series as soon as I can, too. They sound great! :)

Charity U said...

Bluerose, the Dakota Moons series is a favorite of mine! I think you can find my reviews under "Dakota Moons" in the tags on the left. This series is absolutely wonderful as well. :)