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The Widow's Plight (The Quilting Circle Series, #1)
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[PDF] The Widow's Plight (The Quilting Circle Series, #1) | by ✓ Mary Davis Mary Davis [PDF] The Widow's Plight (The Quilting Circle Series, #1) | by ✓ Mary Davis - The Widow's Plight (The Quilting Circle Series, #1), The Widow s Plight The Quilting Circle Series Washington State When Lily Lexington Bremmer arrives in Kamola with her young son she s reluctant to join the social center of her new community the quilting circle but the friendly ladies pull. [PDF] The Widow's Plight (The Quilting Circle Series, #1) | by ✓ Mary Davis - The Widow's Plight (The Quilting Circle Series, #1), The Widow s Plight The Quilting Circle Series Washington State When Lily Lexington Bremmer arrives in Kamola with her young son she s reluctant to join the social center of her new community the quilting circle but the friendly ladies pull
  • Title: The Widow's Plight (The Quilting Circle Series, #1)
  • Author: Mary Davis
  • ISBN: 139781943959389621078101406793114067931139115304176664067931120040679311107412018406793114067931115304176664067931140679311340679311882713747727088940679311340679311
  • Page: 440
  • Format: Paperback

The Widow's Plight (The Quilting Circle Series, #1) Mary Davis [PDF] The Widow's Plight (The Quilting Circle Series, #1) | by ✓ Mary Davis - The Widow's Plight (The Quilting Circle Series, #1), The Widow s Plight The Quilting Circle Series Washington State When Lily Lexington Bremmer arrives in Kamola with her young son she s reluctant to join the social center of her new community the quilting circle but the friendly ladies pull. [PDF] The Widow's Plight (The Quilting Circle Series, #1) | by ✓ Mary Davis, The Widow's Plight (The Quilting Circle Series, #1), Mary Davis, The Widow s Plight The Quilting Circle Series Washington State When Lily Lexington Bremmer arrives in Kamola with her young son she s reluctant to join the social center of her new community the quilting circle but the friendly ladies pull her in She begins piecing a sunshine and shadows quilt because it mirrors her life She has a secret that lurks in the shadows and hopes it doesn t

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The Widow's Plight (The Quilting Circle Series, #1)

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  1. Nikkisays:

    The Widow s Plight was my introduction to author Mary Davis Courting Her Amish Heart and nowI basically want to try all of her other novels I have a soft spot in my heart for stories that tackle topics of abuse recovery, redemption, and the effects of trauma Having been an advocate in the mental health arena, I am also very picky about stories that use trauma as a plot point It can be done very well, but it can also be done very inappropriately or insensitively I read the second h [...]

  2. Edward Arringtonsays:

    I think I just figured out why I would not make a very good fiction writer Authors speak of the characters having a will of their own and often taking the story in a different direction than the author expected I have no idea if that happened with Mary Davis as she wrote this story but I found myself wanting to explain things to the hero and heroine The story begins with Lily and her young son, Toby, concluding their cross country train trip in the small town of Kamola, Washington She left h I t [...]

  3. Anne Campbellsays:

    A lovely romance with plenty of tension just the way I like it I d give this five stars The plot is unusual and captivating.How far would a woman go to protect her child Lily Lexington Bremmer travels hundreds of miles on a dusty, crowded train to a dinky town in the west She hopes that will be far enough to escape her husband s family Now, if she can just avoid the law too, maybe she ll be able to raise her five year old son to uninjured and happy adulthood.Except the sheriff helps her ca A lov [...]

  4. Barbara Thompsonsays:

    This is my first book I ve read by Author Mary Davis The Widow s Plight is an outstanding book It captured my attention from the beginning and I wanted to keep turning the pages to read The plot is well written and deals with some emotional places from within I was impressed with this author s characters, twists and turns within the storyline and kept it well organized throughout the whole novel The Widow s Plight touched my heart and it s Book One of The Quilting Circle series I m looking This [...]

  5. Melissasays:

    This is my first Mary Davis book Since I am not familiar with her way of writing I was pleasantly surprised by the depth of emotions which run through this book Her characters grabbed my attention and heart strings from the beginning Lily, a single mother with a tramatized young son, Toby, bring many emotions with them on their flight west Edric lives and loves his small town He is the proverbial hero with a heart I love how these two lives are brought together They tend to jump to many c This i [...]

  6. Atmsays:

    I received a complimentary copy of The Widow s Plight by Mary Davis and just finished it I am now suffering from severe withdrawal I miss my new friends Lily, Edric, Toby and Aunt Henny Lily s all to common suffering, understandable desperation, fierce and sometimes irrational protectiveness, gradual healing, and reluctant hope created a very real, multi dimensional woman that I related to and grew to care about As the story progressed I wanted Lily to get better and to rediscover trust, l I rec [...]

  7. Phyllissays:

    The Widow s Plight by Mary DavisA story of hope and redemptionAunt Henny, who was no one s aunt yet everyone s aunt, had broken her leg and had to turn her boarders out because she couldn t cook or clean easily enough So when Lily was looking for a place to stay, Edrich knew exactly where to take the sweet widow and her son, Toby, providing them with a place to stay and a job as well.I loved Aunt Henny She is one of those godly women who knows exactly when to meddle and when not to She was ob Th [...]

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