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Dakota Love: Three Modern Women's Quilt Projects Lead to Unexpected Romance in South Dakota

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Modern South Dakota individuals use quilting to bring them joy and comfort, but suddenly quilting is leading them to romances they didn’t even know they wanted. Caroline and Rodney have each been loaded with many worries, but a tattered quilt could bring them together to share their burdens. Sarah and Mark embrace their independence until a quilting class throws them toget Modern South Dakota individuals use quilting to bring them joy and comfort, but suddenly quilting is leading them to romances they didn’t even know they wanted. Caroline and Rodney have each been loaded with many worries, but a tattered quilt could bring them together to share their burdens. Sarah and Mark embrace their independence until a quilting class throws them together and reveals their need for companionship. Lil is outgoing where Walt is private, but as they use quilting for physical therapy, an old secret could be revealed that will expose just how different they really are.


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Modern South Dakota individuals use quilting to bring them joy and comfort, but suddenly quilting is leading them to romances they didn’t even know they wanted. Caroline and Rodney have each been loaded with many worries, but a tattered quilt could bring them together to share their burdens. Sarah and Mark embrace their independence until a quilting class throws them toget Modern South Dakota individuals use quilting to bring them joy and comfort, but suddenly quilting is leading them to romances they didn’t even know they wanted. Caroline and Rodney have each been loaded with many worries, but a tattered quilt could bring them together to share their burdens. Sarah and Mark embrace their independence until a quilting class throws them together and reveals their need for companionship. Lil is outgoing where Walt is private, but as they use quilting for physical therapy, an old secret could be revealed that will expose just how different they really are.

45 review for Dakota Love: Three Modern Women's Quilt Projects Lead to Unexpected Romance in South Dakota

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kav

    Dakota Love is the compilation of three novels originally published under the Heartsong Presents line. Bound by a central quilting theme they also share the commonality of 'mature' love stories. The heroines are all over forty and Zediker does a marvelous job of showing that romance isn't only for the young. The strength in this author's writing is in the realism that infiltrates every scene. She delivers emotionally charged stories about real people facing real challenges. Nothing is sugar coa Dakota Love is the compilation of three novels originally published under the Heartsong Presents line. Bound by a central quilting theme they also share the commonality of 'mature' love stories. The heroines are all over forty and Zediker does a marvelous job of showing that romance isn't only for the young. The strength in this author's writing is in the realism that infiltrates every scene. She delivers emotionally charged stories about real people facing real challenges. Nothing is sugar coated but each story is laced with hope. Bound together by a quilting theme, Zediker explores the courage and resiliency of men and women willing to embrace the season they are living in. Tender and heartwarming, these stories celebrate God's presence in every aspect of our lives.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Gwen

    A series of nice stories to quickly pass time on a snowy winter weekend. The stories are all related to both quilts and one another. The story continuity was a plus. I received this book free from Goodreads First Reads.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sheila Dailie

    Loved that each story revolved around a different quilt pattern and how they all "tied" together. Crazy, but as I leave and enter the car after reading this, I tend to follow the instruction of the OT about keeping ones knees together. Loved that each story revolved around a different quilt pattern and how they all "tied" together. Crazy, but as I leave and enter the car after reading this, I tend to follow the instruction of the OT about keeping ones knees together.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Wendy Huddler

    These three stories are all centered around quilts and love. The first story centers around a quilt that needs restored and the story around the quilt. It also showcases Caroline and Rodney as they meet and grow close. The second story revolves around Sarah and Mark and their relationship with MS. He has dealt with MS with his mother and Sarah has been diagnosed with it. The third story centers around Walt, who has had his hip replaced and his nurse Lil. He is a Vietnam vet and she was a protest These three stories are all centered around quilts and love. The first story centers around a quilt that needs restored and the story around the quilt. It also showcases Caroline and Rodney as they meet and grow close. The second story revolves around Sarah and Mark and their relationship with MS. He has dealt with MS with his mother and Sarah has been diagnosed with it. The third story centers around Walt, who has had his hip replaced and his nurse Lil. He is a Vietnam vet and she was a protester of the Vietnam war and the soldiers who came home from it. These stories were all realistic and the characters were well thought out. I loved that they featured quilts. Quilts can be special for their past, for their message and for their beautiful

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