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An incredible gift makes this the best Christmas ever for Lily Rosenthal and her three sisters as they celebrate a festive holiday season together in snowy Green Bay, Wisconsin. Will the new challenges involved in making a sampler Christmas quilt be more than red-and-white quilt collector Lily Girl can handle? Intrigued by another Christmas quilt that seems beyond her reac An incredible gift makes this the best Christmas ever for Lily Rosenthal and her three sisters as they celebrate a festive holiday season together in snowy Green Bay, Wisconsin. Will the new challenges involved in making a sampler Christmas quilt be more than red-and-white quilt collector Lily Girl can handle? Intrigued by another Christmas quilt that seems beyond her reach, Lily enjoys a festive Christmas that she and her sisters will cherish forever.


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An incredible gift makes this the best Christmas ever for Lily Rosenthal and her three sisters as they celebrate a festive holiday season together in snowy Green Bay, Wisconsin. Will the new challenges involved in making a sampler Christmas quilt be more than red-and-white quilt collector Lily Girl can handle? Intrigued by another Christmas quilt that seems beyond her reac An incredible gift makes this the best Christmas ever for Lily Rosenthal and her three sisters as they celebrate a festive holiday season together in snowy Green Bay, Wisconsin. Will the new challenges involved in making a sampler Christmas quilt be more than red-and-white quilt collector Lily Girl can handle? Intrigued by another Christmas quilt that seems beyond her reach, Lily enjoys a festive Christmas that she and her sisters will cherish forever.

59 review for Lily Girl’s Christmas Quilt

  1. 5 out of 5

    Gina

    This is the second book in the Wine Country Quilts series. I was drawn to this book for a few reasons: I am a Christmas story fanatic, and this particular book finds the main character celebrating Christmas in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Wisconsin is my home so that scored a few extra points :D This story revolves around Lily who, while she wants to participate in and learn the traditions of the Wine Country, she simply cannot give up Christmas with her family, which is more important to her than anyth This is the second book in the Wine Country Quilts series. I was drawn to this book for a few reasons: I am a Christmas story fanatic, and this particular book finds the main character celebrating Christmas in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Wisconsin is my home so that scored a few extra points :D This story revolves around Lily who, while she wants to participate in and learn the traditions of the Wine Country, she simply cannot give up Christmas with her family, which is more important to her than anything. This Christmas, Lily travels to her sister Loretta's home in Green Bay for the holidays. This is a charming, sweet holiday story.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Julie Trapp

    Book #2 - Christmas is Lily Rosenthal's favorite time of year, and she is eager to experience the Christmas traditions of the Wine Country, but she cherishes each Christmas with her family. This year, the sisters celebrate in Green Bay, Wisconsin, which is the home of Lily's sister, Loretta. The family receives the best Christmas present ever, which arrives on Christmas Day. [Amazon synopsis] Lily is trying her hand at making a sampler Christmas quilt. The ghost aspect spoils the book for me. Book #2 - Christmas is Lily Rosenthal's favorite time of year, and she is eager to experience the Christmas traditions of the Wine Country, but she cherishes each Christmas with her family. This year, the sisters celebrate in Green Bay, Wisconsin, which is the home of Lily's sister, Loretta. The family receives the best Christmas present ever, which arrives on Christmas Day. [Amazon synopsis] Lily is trying her hand at making a sampler Christmas quilt. The ghost aspect spoils the book for me.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sandy Schroeder

    Nice easy read I love Ann Hazelwood's books. The stories are interesting and I can't wait to read them. I am a quilter so I understand the characters passion for quilts. My only disappointment was that the Kindle version did not have all of the text messages that were exchanged in the story. Nice easy read I love Ann Hazelwood's books. The stories are interesting and I can't wait to read them. I am a quilter so I understand the characters passion for quilts. My only disappointment was that the Kindle version did not have all of the text messages that were exchanged in the story.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Judy Schulz

    Fantastic I love this series because the characters are great on their own. There's romance, but not in your face sex. There's great antiques and great quilts. Reading this has inspired me to make a feathered star for my niece. I'm so happy to be inspired. Fantastic I love this series because the characters are great on their own. There's romance, but not in your face sex. There's great antiques and great quilts. Reading this has inspired me to make a feathered star for my niece. I'm so happy to be inspired.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Venita

    I really enjoyed this book better than the first novel in the Wine Country Quilts Series. Still with charm, and charming characters. I can't wait to read the third novel! I really enjoyed this book better than the first novel in the Wine Country Quilts Series. Still with charm, and charming characters. I can't wait to read the third novel!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Diana Lackey

    Enjoyed it.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Waggonerdebbie

    Always a good easy read

  8. 5 out of 5

    Cassandra

    I really wanted to like this book. After all, it's Christmas and quilting! I knew that it was the second book in the series (says so on the cover) but I decided to go ahead and dive in. Unfortunately, I just wanted to throw the book against the wall. Lily owns an antique store but seems to have no idea how to run a successful business. She randomly decides that she is just going to close the shop to have lunch in another town or to work on her quilt block. She has no other staff to cover the sho I really wanted to like this book. After all, it's Christmas and quilting! I knew that it was the second book in the series (says so on the cover) but I decided to go ahead and dive in. Unfortunately, I just wanted to throw the book against the wall. Lily owns an antique store but seems to have no idea how to run a successful business. She randomly decides that she is just going to close the shop to have lunch in another town or to work on her quilt block. She has no other staff to cover the shop while she's out. And yet she wonders why she is having a hard time making sales. Maybe it's because no one knows when she'll be open and when she'll randomly be closed for the afternoon. I was also really frustrated at Lily's attitude toward quilting as a hobby or an art form. She decides to join the quilting group so that she can appear friendly to the other townspeople, not because she's actually interested in making a quilt. And yet she's collected quilts for years. I can understand the late blooming interest, but I wish her motives had been more pure. She didn't seem at all interested in the quilting, just in how others perceived her. With each quilt block challenge, she thinks about what others will think of her design choices. She's not interested in designing a quilt for herself; she's only interested in impressing others. Meh. I had been hoping for a cozy winter quilting novel. The only expectation this book met is that it was set in the middle of winter!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Cynthia

    easy read, my only problem with these books is the editing. There doesn't seem to be a lot of care taken with grammar and spelling. Case in point, in one paragraph, they go between Mark, and Marc, the gentleman the main character is dating. You know who they mean by the storyline, but seriously, take the time to get that straight? Spelling too at times can be atrocious. It's rather ironic, due to the main character having been an editor before becoming an antique store owner. easy read, my only problem with these books is the editing. There doesn't seem to be a lot of care taken with grammar and spelling. Case in point, in one paragraph, they go between Mark, and Marc, the gentleman the main character is dating. You know who they mean by the storyline, but seriously, take the time to get that straight? Spelling too at times can be atrocious. It's rather ironic, due to the main character having been an editor before becoming an antique store owner.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Linda Lewis

    love this series and i'm sorry to know there's only one book left love this series and i'm sorry to know there's only one book left

  11. 4 out of 5

    Modena Mitchell

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    Marcia E. Rowell

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    Cathy Evans

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