Wedding Ring (Shenandoah Album Series)

Wedding Ring (Shenandoah Album Series)

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Wedding Ring (Shenandoah Album Series) 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 22 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have liked every book of Emilie Richards' I have read, Wedding Ring is no exception. I look forward to reading others in The Shenandoah Album I have missed. The relationships between grandmother, daughter and granddaughter are connected much like the rings on a Wedding Ring quilt or like the arms of someone playing the game Red Rover...you think you are the strongest link and don't really need the others but when the battle begins you realize you are stronger because of them and with them.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I couldn't stop reading this book. It kept me guessing the whole time.
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loved it!!!!!!
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I love this whole series!
gizmonian More than 1 year ago
Great easy read!!
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Guest More than 1 year ago
The book I have justed finished reading was 'Wedding Ring' by Emilie Richards. I really enjoyed this book very much because it had alot to realate with realatiships, family, and family heritage. I chose this book because I value all three of things that the book realates to. It made me have great interest in the book. In reading the book, I liked how there was different life stories going on throughout the book. It told each woman's story and life style. With all of the stories going on, I became to enjoyed the book. I couldn't put it down. Once I finished a chapter, I wanted to keep reading more to find out what would happen next. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes books to do with family, realtionships and family heritage.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I not an avid reader, but thanks to the works of Emilie Richards I am fast becoming one. The stories of these 3 generations of women are so intertwined more than just being related. I found it a delight to read.
Guest More than 1 year ago
By chapter 8 I was hooked...now I can't wait to see how it ends....but then I don't want it to end. Can't wait for the next book in the series. Great characters, important issues and quilts. How can you beat that. A nice read. If your looking for graphic sex and violence this isn't the book for you.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I loved everything about this book. The characters were real and the relationships true to life. In the end all the main characters are brought together by the Wedding Ring Quilt.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Thirty-seven years old Tessa MacRae and her sixty-year-old mom Nancy Whitlock are worried about the latter¿s octogenarian mother Helen, who has neglected her Tom Brooks, Virginia house. The home is dangerously cluttered with junk as Nancy realizes she has not been allowed inside since her five-year-old granddaughter was killed by a drunk driver three years ago, the pivotal moment that left three surviving generations shattered. Tessa¿s husband Mack attends Compassionate Friends to help him cope with his grief. Tessa is an active member of MADD, but has done nothing to truly deal with her loss of their daughter. Mack feels cut off from his wife who he loves dearly, but needs love and is considering an affair.

Nancy¿s husband Billy visits, but she worries that though they have been married for decades he will see her farm roots and leave her. Nancy loves Billy, but feels a need to defend her birth home and her mom before going upstairs to cry. Billy leaves without saying goodbye. As the three women clean out the house over the summer and allow a pregnant teen to join them, will they find solace in their memories or continue the spin into the abyss?

The entire cast is as powerful as they come as every key member (even Helen¿s long deceased husband) is incredibly developed. The relationships between the characters are fantastic because even the negativity seems genuine. The use of quilting enables the past to surface interwoven with the current woes. Though the amount of angst (each one of the three lead females deals with enough problems to cover a book by herself) overwhelms, Emilie Richards paints a wonderfully insightful family drama.

Harriet Klausner

Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great book by this good author!