A warm new beginning...
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You might have heard about a wonderful little yarn store in
downtown Seattle. Debbie Macomber can take you there!
Thousands of women discovered it when they read her
bestselling novel The Shop on Blossom Street.
Whether this is a return visit or your very first, you'll
find that A Good Yarn is a place of welcome and warmth. A
place where women feel at home. Where they're among
friends, old and new:
The first person you'll meet is Lydia Hoffman, who owns the
shop. In the year since it opened, A Good Yarn has thrived -
- and so has Lydia. A lot of that is due to Brad Goetz. But
when Brad's ex-wife reappears, Lydia is suddenly afraid to
trust her newfound happiness.
Elise Beaumont, a retired librarian, joins one of Lydia's
popular knitting classes. Since losing her life savings,
Elise has been living with her daughter, Aurora -- the only
positive legacy from her brief marriage to professional
gambler Marvin "Maverick" Beaumont. Now she learns that her
onetime husband plans to visit and that Aurora wants a
relationship with her father, regardless of how Elise feels
Bethanne Hamlin, like Elise, is facing the fallout from a
divorce. But her husband, Grant, left her for another
woman -- not a pack of cards -- and she's still struggling
to reshape her life. She joins the knitting class at her
children's urging; it's the first step in her effort to
recover a sense of dignity and hope. Then she starts a
small business and meets a man with whom she has something
surprising in common!
Courtney Pulanski is a depressed and overweight teenager.
She's staying with her grandmother, who's trying to help
her . . . help that takes the form of dragging her to
seniors' swim sessions -- and to the knitting class at A
Like so many women, these four find companionship and
comfort in each other and in this age-old craft. Who
would've thought that knitting socks could change your
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