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When she saves a Celtic warrior from a fae curse, can he stop her from paying the ultimate price?

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A second chance at love is the best Christmas gift of all.

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Alaric has never met a woman he wanted for his own . . .

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Investigating a suspicious accident leads Drew on a path that points to international intrigue and ever-growing danger


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Also by Marie Bostwick:

A Single Thread, February 2018
Mass Market Paperback
The Promise Girls, April 2017
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The Second Sister, February 2017
Mass Market Paperback (reprint)
From Here To Home, April 2016
Between Heaven and Texas, February 2016
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The Second Sister, April 2015
Apart at the Seams, May 2014
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Secret Santa, November 2013
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Between Heaven And Texas, May 2013
Ties That Bind, May 2012
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Threading the Needle, June 2011
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A Thread So Thin, May 2010
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Snow Angels, November 2009
A Thread Of Truth, June 2009
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A Single Thread, November 2008
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On Wings of the Morning, November 2007
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Comfort and Joy, November 2007
River's Edge, September 2006
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Fields of Gold, September 2005
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Threading the Needle
Marie Bostwick

Cobbled Court #4
June 2011
On Sale: May 31, 2011
Featuring: Madelyn Beecher; Tessa Woodruff
352 pages
ISBN: 0758232179
EAN: 9780758232175
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Women's Fiction Contemporary

From New York Times bestselling author Marie Bostwick comes a beautiful novel of sisterhood lost and found—and of the ways we create the rich tapestries that encompass the past and the future…

The economic downturn has hit New Bern, Connecticut, and Tessa Woodruff’s herbal apothecary shop, For the Love of Lavender, is suffering. So is her once-happy thirty-four-year marriage to Lee. They’d given up everything to come back to New Bern from Boston and start their business, but now they’re wondering if they made the right decision. To relieve the strain, Tessa signs up for a quilting class at the Cobbled Court Quilt Shop, and to her surprise, rediscovers the power of sisterhood—along with the childhood friend she thought she’d lost forever…

Madelyn Beecher left New Bern twenty years ago and never looked back. But when her husband is convicted of running a Ponzi scheme and she’s left with nothing but her late grandmother’s cottage, she is forced to return to the town she fled. Unfortunately, the cottage is in terrible shape. Madelyn’s only hope is to transform it into an inn. But to succeed, she’ll need the help of her fellow quilters, including the one friend she never thought she’d see again—or forgive. Now Madelyn and Tessa will have to relive old memories, forge new ones, and realize it’s possible to start over, one stitch at a time—as long as you’re surrounded by friends…


Threading the Needle

Cobbled Court


14 comments posted.

Re: Threading the Needle

Cannot wait to read this one.
(Linda Williams 4:14pm May 27, 2011)

Jean Mess 4:48pm May 27, 2011)

Looking forward to reading this one soon!
Sonja Warmath 7:53pm May 27, 2011)

I love to read of women helping women (& sometimes men too) to persevere. I have several Quilts that were made by women of my family, but have never tried quilting myself. I can see how much of themselves was put into each quilt & do appreciate it though. I look forward to reading your series.
Jean Merriott 8:44pm May 27, 2011)

My friendships with other women have been some of the best treasures of my life. It seems like this book speaks of the same thing. I would love to read this book.
Carol Wong 8:48pm May 27, 2011)

Looks like it will be good.
Mary Boland-Doyle 9:33pm May 27, 2011)

This sounds like a great book. Can't wait to read it.
Gayle Oreluk 11:13pm May 27, 2011)

It probably is going to be good book to read.
Cheryl Fernandes 12:13pm May 28, 2011)

I would love to read this! It sounds like a really good story!
Carol Mintz 2:21pm May 29, 2011)

sounds interesting
Penny Mettert 1:39am May 30, 2011)

sounds like a great read
Patricia Wagner 8:22pm May 30, 2011)

Sounds like my kind of book.
Lois Youngman 8:59am May 31, 2011)

I have entered to win this I hope I do I belong to a
local book club.
AM Warren
Ann Marie Warren 3:01pm June 19, 2011)

Looking forward to reading this one.
Jane Cavanaugh 2:12pm November 10, 2011)

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