This story has three parts and each part is written by a different generation of the Brunstetter family. First we meet Luella who is a housekeeper for a father and son who have recently lost the wife of the family. The wife of the family gave Luella a treasured quilt before the wife died. That quilt shows up again in the story of Karen, Luella’s daughter. And, it appears again in the story of Roseanna, the granddaughter. I did not think the quilt itself was all that important to the story, though it gave a way for the family connection to be reinforced.
Each story is a love story with some real life challenges tossed in. One of my favorites was the Nancy Anne side story where Karen’s family must learn how to handle communicating with their deaf daughter.
Thanks to Shiloh Run Press for providing me an ARC for a review in my own words.