Quilts of Love giveaway!

A Grand Design, Amber Stockton, Rival Hearts, Tara Randel, A Stitch and a Prayer, Eva Gibson, Quilts of Love, Abingdon Press

The Quilts of Love series from Abingdon Press features 25 books, each by a different author and written across multiple genres. The two things they have in common are each story has a quilt is woven through each tale, and they are faith-based.

Abingdon Press is giving away three of its latest releases. To enter, leave a comment with the last good book you read by midnight on Wednesday, September 10 for a chance to win all three books. Entrants are limited to U.S. residents only.

Click here to read more about the Quilts of Love series, and click here to read a review of the latest release, “Hidden in the Stars.”

A Grand Design by Amber Stockton

A getaway on a charming island may be just what Alyssa needs—if only she can let go of her past.

When Alyssa Denham, a single career woman, wins a fun getaway for two on Mackinac Island where her grandmother lives, she gives her carefree best friend a call. Together, they tour the old shops and hidden treasures of the quaint island while helping Alyssa’s grandmother piece together an heirloom quilt. Their quest gains them entrance into the homes of many longtime residents of the island, parts of the city that are otherwise off limits to tourists.

As the quilt’s story takes shape, Alyssa gains amazing insight into her grandmother’s life . . . and attracts the attention of the handsome Scott Whitman, an island resident in charge of hotel transportation. Will memories of her past keep Alyssa from letting go? Or will the quest to piece together the heirloom quilt restore Alyssa’s fractured heart—and bring healing to her entire family?

Rival Hearts by Tara Randel

They both want the promotion. But will they find out that it is worth the cost?

Molly Henderson and Ben Weaver have been rival magazine writers for the same publishing group for years. When both come up for the same promotion, they find themselves in an unexpected competition to win the spot. Molly, editor of Quilter’s Heart, and Ben, editor of Outdoor Adventures, must switch roles, each working for the other for one month, then submit an article at the end of their quests. Can girly‑girl Molly survive the outdoor adventures that Ben has planned? Can Ben navigate the perils of the social dynamics of quilting events without destroying a valuable quilt in one short month? More importantly, in this he‑said, she‑said situation, will Molly and Ben give in to their attraction and fall in love, no matter who wins?

A Stitch and a Prayer by Eva Gibson

A quilt becomes a labor of love for a lonely wife mysteriously separated from her young husband.

After her fiancé returns from the Klondike gold rush in 1897, Florence Harms sets about building a new life in her new marriage—even though the lingering effects of illness have left her weak and vulnerable. She and her young husband, Will, work tirelessly to clear the land around their Northwest cabin, content with their modest life. But then a stranger comes knocking and Florence suddenly senses a restlessness in Will’s spirit that she had never seen before. When he leaves her with only a note that tells her he will return before their baby’s birth, she is devastated, and the illness that stiffened her joints returns.

Counting the days until Will walks back through her door, Florence busies herself with a Tree of Life quilt displaying a map of the farm they call home. Doubts claw at her heart as Florence struggles to believe Will’s promise to return to her. Will her labor of love—and faith in God—sustain her as she waits to see her beloved once again?

And the winner is … Betty Harden!

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Comment (15)

  1. I love the series by Earlene Fowler and Jennifer Chiaverinni and hadn’t heard of this series. I can’t wait to get home and see what our library has in their system.

  2. Who has time to read when a sewing machine is readily available? Anyway, the last good book that I have read thus far is Summer at Tiffany by Marjorie Hart. I highly recommend it – you would love it!

  3. The last non-quilting book I read was fifty shades of grey, I keep rereading the series! The last quilting book I read through was quilts, quilts, quilts…I’m gonna have to buy it at some point and not borrow it from the library.

  4. I constantly read, finish one and pick up another. I love to read crime/legal thrillers. I sew during the day, and read during the night…….. tonight I’ll start Sycamore Row by John Grisham.

  5. The last non-quilting book I have read is The Wanderer by Robyn Carr, a favorite author of mine. A Stitch and a Prayer looks delightful. I also love Margaret Maron books. She is wonderful. I love to work on quilts but also am an avid. My house contains lots of fabric and lots of books. Fabricoholic for sure. Love this site and the monthly blocks.

  6. I read Lust for Life. A story of VIncent Van Gogh, beautifully extracted from the letters he sent to his much loved brother. I cried all the way through knowing it was going to end badly for him.

  7. I have not heard of this series before. The last good book I read was, The Lighthouse Keeper, by James Michael Pratt.

  8. I am currently reading the series by Jennifer Chiaverini, I am on the Round Robin, but I also just finished Written in my own Hearts Blood, by Diana Gabaldon. That is such a good series and I can’t get enough of it. I read all the other books in a row several years ago and finally got to read the newest. This series sounds nice, I will have to put it on the TO Read List. Thanks for the giveaway


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