PATTERN for ROMANCE

                                    2/3/2014 Posted Review
 
 
 
                                                          PATTERN for ROMANCE
                                                                          By
                                                               Carla Olson Gade
 
 
As you enter into Honour’s journey on July 31, 1769, you find the sky has opened up and  you find Honour in a hail storm, as she is trying to find a place for shelter to get out of the golf ball size hail that is hitting her at full force, she falls to her knees in a puddle of quilt, petticoats–her mitted hands cover her head for protection but the hail keeps coming in furious as if the Devil were after her, as a hand takes her elbow to help her to safety.  She looks up and there is the most handsome man she has seen, Mr Sutton to the rescue.
 
As Honour gets sick Joshua is afraid she may not make it, as he prays to God Mighty Father, please allow her to live. Honour has so much to live for and so much to give. Temperance is her little sister.
 
It seems Honour wonders why Almighty God speared her life twice–As Honour lost faith long time ago, will see come back to God or take things into her own hands?
 
will Honour find the love she so wanted and needed or will another woman win him over? Does God have other plans for her.
 
This book has so many twist and turns and bumps like a country road so you better hang on and keep turning the pages to see what happens next and what surprises is lurking around the next curve for Honour to call out to God for help.
 
This is a wonderful story. If you love “The Quilts of Love, every Quilt has a Story” then this book is for you. You won’t want to miss it. I recommend it highly.
 
5 Stars
ISBN 13: 978-1-4267-5271-1
 
I received this book free from Abingdon Press for an honest review. I was not required to write a positive review just an honest one. The opinions I have expressed are entirely my own and no one else’s.
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