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A Quilt for Christmas: A Christmas Novella

A Quilt for Christmas: A Christmas Novella

by Melody Carlson

Narrated by Stephanie Cozart

Unabridged — 4 hours, 36 minutes

Melody Carlson
A Quilt for Christmas: A Christmas Novella

A Quilt for Christmas: A Christmas Novella

by Melody Carlson

Narrated by Stephanie Cozart

Unabridged — 4 hours, 36 minutes

Melody Carlson

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Overview

Christmas should be celebrated with family. But for Vera Swanson, that's not an option this year. Widowed and recently relocated, she is lonely in her condo-for-one--until little Fiona Albright knocks on her door needing help. With her mother seriously ill and her father out of town, Fiona enlists Vera's help, and when she finds out her new neighbor is a quilter, she has a special request--a Christmas quilt for Mama. Vera will have to get a ragtag group of women together in order to fulfill the request. Between free-spirited artist Tasha, chatty empty nester Beverly, retired therapist Eleanor, and herself, Vera has hopes that Christmas for the Albright family will be merry, after all--and she may find herself a new family of friends along the way. Bestselling and award-winning author Melody Carlson invites you to cuddle up this holiday season with this cozy story of giving, forgiving, and a little bit of romance.


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Publishers Weekly

08/15/2022

In this wholesome holiday standalone from Carlson (Julianne and the Judge), a woman finds community in unexpected places. After Vera Swanson’s husband died, she relocated to be closer to her adult daughter, Ginny, but Ginny moved away when her husband’s employer transferred him. Now Vera lives in a city where she doesn’t know anyone and expects to spend Christmas alone. Then her neighbor’s four-year-old daughter, Fiona, shows up at Vera’s door asking for help with her sick mother, Kerry. Vera rushes Kerry to the hospital and agrees to watch Fiona and her siblings. Fiona takes a liking to Vera’s homemade quilt and pleads with her to make Kerry one for Christmas, which is fast approaching. To help expedite matters, Vera puts up help-wanted posters and enlists an artist, a retired therapist, and a member of the local church. The four bond as Vera teaches the others to quilt, forming an ad hoc family. Vera had doubts about God after her husband died, but she returns to the faith, believing God responsible for bringing Fiona into her life and introducing her to new friends. The winning dynamic between the rambunctious Fiona and the reserved Vera delights, and the focus on generosity and community exudes Christmas spirit. This is perfect for fireside reading on a cold December night. Agent: Sara Fortenberry, Sara A. Fortenberry Literary. (Sept.)

Product Details

BN ID: 2940175102759
Publisher: Recorded Books, LLC
Publication date: 09/06/2022
Edition description: Unabridged

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