This is book #3 and the final book in the Appalachian Blessings series. The story takes place in the Appalachian Mountains and goes back and forth from the era of 1948 and back to 2008. The main character is Perla and she has a secret about her daughter's biological father, feeling it is time to talk about this she suddenly suffers a stroke making this the main storyline. The other situation in the book consist of Ella the granddaughter and her talent of quilting. The story has many different side stories to keep it flowing and your attention.
I would recommend this to those that like to have a storyline with many things going on. I enjoyed the pace of this book and the characters. I haven't read the other books and was able to read this as a stand alone. I would like to go back and read book #1 and book #2 to find out more about the characters.
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