That being said, this book was not my favorite. It was super slow to me and I felt like the author left big gaps in each chapter. I did love the overall message of the story and the loyalty of a wife to continue praying for and trusting her husband when he is off doing something that she doesn't know about or understand.
If you like historical fiction, you may enjoy this book especially if you have loved the other Quilts of Love series, you should check this book out. Perhaps, you will like it slightly more than me!
Don’t miss this month’s Quilts of Love book, 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.
Celebrate May's release by entering to win a Kindle HDX and RSVP for the Quilts of Love "Quilting Bee" Facebook party with the Quilts of Love authors.
One winner will receive:
- A Kindle HDX
- A Promise in Pieces by Emily Wierenga
- A Stitch and a Prayer by Eva Gibson
- Rival Hearts by Tara Randel