Wedding Ring by Emilie Richards
Reviewed by Circulation Assistant Brenda Brewster
Tessa McCrae, still grieving from the loss of her young daughter, is asked to help her mother, Nancy, and grandmother, Helen, clean out Helen’s house. Helen has become a recluse and a hoarder. Tessa does not often see eye-to-eye with her mother and grandmother, and is, therefore, not pleased about spending the summer with these ladies. After a rocky start, the ladies are successful in getting Helen’s house organized. Will they be as successful in sorting out their complicated relationship?
Wedding Ring is part of a series by Emilie Richards entitled, Shenandoah Album. These books are all set in Virginia’s beautiful Shenandoah Valley and involve some aspect of quilting. These novels are not about how to quilt, but about the culture and love of quilting and the beauty of quilts. If you like reading about complicated relationships, quilting, and or the Shenandoah Valley, you will enjoy these books. The Shenandoah Album series is comprised of five books; Wedding Ring, Endless Chain, Lover’s Knot, Touching Stars, and Sister’s Choice.
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