There are some surprises on Ties That Bind. The title gives a hint toward what happy relationships might take place. Enjoyed continuing reading more about this lovely little town and these hood friends.
Love to read, love to listen!
I enjoy these characters. The book stands alone, but is even better as a series.
I do not like that different readers have been used in the different books of the series. I get used to the voice of a character, and I don't like to see it changed.
Marie Bostwick knows how to enter our hearts and lives and put us in her stories. She is introspective and sensitive to the foibles of life's' ups and downs without being maudlin or explicit. We are allowed to interpret emotions according to our own ideals and mores. Looking forward to more from the cobbled court.
I have a rather eclectic love of books. I know what I like and I tend not to be a severe critic. If I enjoyed it, it gets 4 or 5 stars.
Really enjoyed this book! It takes us back to New Bern, Connecticut with the same old characters we love, but Marie adds a couple new personalities in this chapter.
The two main characters were read by two different women and this added so much to this story. Both readers were very good. I enjoyed the story and the character development was outstanding--I really related to their reactions.
Actually, it is Jennifer, not Michael. I enjoy a variety of books but am drawn to romantic historical fiction with a Christian message.
Great story but I would have preferred the abridged version. I found myself fast forwarding through a few chapters. Their were two narrators. One which I liked very much but the minister, Phillippa, had an annoying voice. Good message.
Didn't care for the new story lines
The ones who read the first 3 books
The scene in the bedroom when the home investigator came to evaluate the custody of Olivia and
Was just really disappointed in new story lines, not enough about the quilt shop group .