Confessions from the Quilting Circle by Maisey Yates is an amazing, moving, emotional tale of the Ashwood women and their strong and nurturing connections.
When Lark Ashwood’s beloved grandmother dies, she and her sisters discover an unfinished quilt. Finishing it just might be the reason she needs to stop running from the past and share her biggest secret with those closest to her.
Hannah can’t believe she’s back in Bear Creek, the small town where she sacrificed everything in order to escape. Her plan is to help her sisters renovate their grandmother’s house and return to her life in Boston, as quickly as she can.
At least that was the plan until she is faced with a man from her past. Hannah fears re-connecting with him might have her confessing the real reason she fled home; and him. Avery is a stay-at-home mom who has the perfect life, or is it all a façade. Avery will need her strength and the support of her family as she decides if the price of her perfection is worth the price she’s been paying.
Though on the surface these sisters have little in common, other their ability to keep secrets, this summer, along with their mother, they will learn how to rely on each other, like never before. Especially if they are to stitch their family, and themselves, back together, one truth at a time.
Ms. Yates wrote a story that reaches the soul; the soul of her characters as well the soul of her readers. I loved how the stories of these four women are woven together so beautifully; including the diaries each woman discovered. Utilizing alternating POVs in order to tell this wonderful and amazing, multi-generational story; a tale that was emotional, moving, tear inducing, filled with wonderful dialogue, and endearing characters is a must read.
I highly recommend Confessions from the Quilting Circle to other readers.
I received a complimentary ARC from in exchange for an honest review.
The Ashwood women don’t have much in common…except their ability to keep secrets.
New York Times
bestselling author Maisey Yates enthralls with this powerful novel of redemption, trust and the power of sisterhood.
When Lark Ashwood’s beloved grandmother dies, she and her sisters are bequeathed an unfinished quilt. Finishing it could be the reason Lark’s been looking for to stop running from the past, but is she ever going to be brave enough to share her biggest secret?
Hannah can’t believe she’s back in Bear Creek, the tiny town she sacrificed everything to escape from. But the driven musician’s plan is to renovate her grandmother’s house and leave as fast as humanly possible. Until she comes face-to-face with the only man who’s ever been able to distract her…
Stay-at-home mom Avery has built her perfect life, but at a cost. She’ll need all her family around her, and all her strength, to decide if the price of perfection is one she can keep paying.
This summer, the Ashwood women must lean on each other like never before if they are to stitch their family back together, one truth at a time…
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Reviewer: Eileen is a retired high school teacher who has loved reading all of her life and goes everywhere with a book. She enjoys reading Contemporary Romance, Historical Romance, Romantic Comedy, Romantic Suspense, Women’s Literature, YA, NA, Fiction, Historical Fiction, and Cozy Mysteries. She likes strong heroines, hot heroes and a story that draws her in, not letting go until the last page is turned. She lives in Minnesota with her husband, pup, and near her four adult children.