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Reader Review: It was so good. I laughed, teared up and finished with a smile. Love the depth of the characters and their intertwined lifes. Will be looking out for the sequels and hopefully revisit my favourite characters.
There's a little yarn store in Seattle.
It's owned by Lydia Hoffman, and it represents her dream of a new life free from cancer. A life that offers a chance at love...
Lydia teaches knitting to beginners, and the first class is "How to Make a Baby Blanket." Three women join. Jacqueline Donovan wants to knit something for her grandchild as a gesture of reconciliation with her daughter-in-law. Carol Girard feels that the baby blanket is a message of hope as she makes a final attempt to conceive. And Alix Townsend is knitting her blanket for a court-ordered community service project.
These four very different women, brought together by an age-old craft, make unexpected discoveries--about themselves and each other. Discoveries that lead to friendship and more...
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|Title of Harlequin Romance eBook: The Shop on Blossom Street||Series: Blossom Street, , #1|
|Release Date: 06-15-2012|
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|Publisher: MIRA||Store Sales Rank: 13577|
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The Shop on Blossom Street
—Karen Alfke, "Unpattern" designer and knitting instructor
The first time I saw the empty store on Blossom Street I thought of my father. It reminded me so much of the bicycle shop he had when I was a kid. Even the large display windows, shaded by a colorful striped awning, were the same. Outside my dad's shop, there were flower boxes full of red blossoms—impatiens—that spilled over beneath the large windows. That was Mom's contribution: impatiens in the spring and summer, chrysanthemums in the fall and shiny green mistletoe at Christmas. I plan to have flowers, too.
Dad's business grew steadily and he moved into increasingly larger premises, but I always loved his first store best.
I must have astounded the rental agent who was showing me the property. She'd barely unlocked the front door when I announced, "I'll take it."
She turned to face me, her expression blank as if she wasn't sure she'd heard me correctly. "Wouldn't you like to see the place? You do realize there's a small apartment above the shop that comes with it, don't you?"
"Yes, you mentioned that earlier." The apartment worked perfectly for me. My cat, Whiskers, and I were in need of a home.
"You would like to see the place before you sign the papers, wouldn't you?" she persisted.
I smiled and nodded. But it wasn't really necessary; instinctively I knew this was the ideal location for my yarn shop. And for me.
The one drawback was that this Seattle neighborhood was undergoing extensive renovations and, because of the construction mess, Blossom Street was cl...
Title: The Shop on Blossom Street June 29, 2012 This was a lovely read. I ran through so many emotions and found myself completey immersed in the lives of the characters. Debbie Macomber is an wonderful author.
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Number of Comments: 2 Rating(s) 2 Review(s)
Reviewer: A reader from BLOOMFIELD, NJ USA
June 29, 2012
This was a lovely read. I ran through so many emotions and found myself completey immersed in the lives of the characters. Debbie Macomber is an wonderful author.
September 23, 2010
Reviewer: A reader from Ipoh, n/a MY
It was so good. I laughed, teared up and finished with a smile. Love the depth of the characters and their intertwined lifes. Will be looking out for the sequels and hopefully revisit my favourite characters.
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