The Knitting Diaries: The Twenty-First Wish\Coming Unraveled\Return to Summer Island (A Blossom Street Novel)
Debbie Macomber, Susan Mallery
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The Twenty-First Wish by Debbie Macomber
Anne Marie Roche and her adopted daughter, ten-year-old Ellen, have each written a list of twenty wishes—on which they included learning to knit. But Ellen has quietly added a twenty-first wish: that her mom will fall in love with Tim, Ellen's birth father, who's recently entered their lives….
Coming Unraveled by Susan Mallery
When Robyn Mulligan's dreams of becoming a Broadway star give way to longing for her childhood home, she returns to Texas, running her grandmother's knitting store. But the handsome, hot-tempered T. J. Passman isn't making it easy on her. If he can learn to trust Robyn, and overcome his tragic past, they just might discover a passion like no other.
Return to Summer Island by Christina Skye
After a devastating car accident, Caro McNeal is welcomed by a community of knitters on Oregon's sleepy Summer Island. She also finds meaning and purpose in the letters she exchanges with a marine serving in Afghanistan. But when life takes another unexpected turn, will Caro pick up the threads of hope, opening her heart to wherever it takes her?
water. Caro had always loved the quirky cottages snuggled beside the harbor. Decades before, a pair of English artists had moved here, bringing with them the traditional thatching techniques. Now a dozen whimsical cottages still boasted thatched roofs carved into scrolls and rolling curves. There had once been talk of making up note cards and a Summer Island calendar with photos of these cottages, earmarking the revenue to benefit the local library, but Summer Islanders were a careful lot. No one
And if Morgan, stubborn as she was, didn’t like his interfering, so be it. When you loved people, you meddled. Peter Lindstrom had grown up in a big and close-knit family. Now his siblings and nieces were spread all over the globe, but they still meddled. Out of love and caring, they protected their own. They argued and laughed and bullied. So would Peter. But he was a wise man at seventy-two years old; he knew when to keep his meddling to himself. His lanky teenage volunteer knocked on the
Ten minutes later Caro knew the sad truth. Even the simplest kind of knitting was beyond her. All she had to show for her struggles was an aching right hand and a pile of dropped stitches. Her fingers wouldn’t work the way they should. She had no strength and no control. She closed her eyes, rubbing her temples with her good hand as a headache boiled across her forehead. Maybe a cup of tea would help. Her gran had left a pot with Caro’s favorite Earl Grey on the middle of the kitchen table,
front of the retriever. He stroked the dog’s head gently. “Well, I guess this is it, Bogie. Time for me to hit the road.” The vet closed the door to his office, feeling a lump in his throat. Gage knew that his time was gone. Yet some kind of miracle seemed to have brought him to this shelter and a safe haven for his pets. Gage trusted his instincts, and this Dr. Lindstrom seemed like a good person who would stand by his word. He was buoyed by relief that his two pets would be safe. And they
he said in a low, rough voice. Someone laughed. “Kiss her, Lieutenant. Go on. Stop talking already.” Gage pressed the paper into Caro’s hand. “I kept it with me all the time. I could feel you when I touched it. I carried it inside my jacket day and night.” His voice tightened and then he reached down, laughing when Bogart licked his hand wildly, with the full measure of a pet’s unstinting love. He laughed again when he caught sight of the clumsily knit bandanna tied jauntily around his dog’s