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FREE EBOOK Ð EPUB The Oysterville Sewing Circle ë 9780062425584 Ó “Stitched together with love this is a story just waiting for your favorite reading chair With her signature style and skill Susan Wiggs delivers an intricate patchwork of old wounds and new beginnings romance and the healing power of frieHe fell in love with Sierra Caroline’s best friend and the most beautiful girl in town With her modeling jobs drying up Sierra too is on the cusp of reinventing herselfCaroline returns to her favorite place the sewing shop owned by Mrs Lindy Bloom the woman who inspired her and taught her to sew There she discovers that even in an idyllic beach town there are women living with the deepest of secrets Thus begins the Oysterville Sewing Circle where women can join forces to support each other through the troubles they keep hiddenYet just as Caroline regains her creativity and fighting spirit and the children begin to heal from their loss an unexpected challenge tests her courage and her heart This time though Caroline is not going to run away She’s going to stand and fight for everything and everyone she loves This is my first book from this author and I loved this story Carolyn is an aspiring fashion designer who suddenly finds her dreams crushed by another designer She not only has to start over but she is also the legal guardian of her best friends young children She is forced to go home to start over and has no idea how she is going to dig herself out of the hole she is in She begins by reconnecting with her family and some old friends The story has many layers especially with the supporting characters Carolyn begins to tap into her strength and discovers that she is her own super hero who can tackle anything that is thrown her way Carolyn's evolution kept you engaged throughout the story and the supporting characters were well developed and interesting

EBOOK ´ The Oysterville Sewing Circle ç Susan Wiggs

Her future Ten years ago Caroline launched a career in the glamorous fashion world of Manhattan But her success in New York imploded on a wave of scandal and tragedy forcing her to flee to the only safe place she knowsAnd in the backseat of Caroline’s car are two children who were orphaned in a single chilling moment five year old Addie and six year old Flick She’s now their legal guardian a role she’s not sure she’s ready forBut the Oysterville she left behind has changed Her siblings have their own complicated lives and her aging parents are hoping to pass on their thriving seafood restaurant to the next generation And there’s Will Jensen a decorated Navy SEAL who’s also returned home after being wounded overseas Will and Caroline were forever friends as children with the promise of something until What a wonderful winding tale of going home and discovering yourself Caroline Shelby returns home to Washington State with two children she’s adopted after her best friend suddenly dies under suspicious circumstances and after being abuses Having lost her career in the fashion industry and struggling to figure out how to raise two kids she forms a domestic abuse support group and begins picking up sewing projects as well as reconnecting with old friends The characters completely made this one I loved Caroline and her sisters as well as all the characters in small town Oysterville Will Sierra That slow burn wonderful love story If you love flashbacks this is a great novel for you Lots of rich rich backstory and slow development of relationships that come together in the end What a wonderful richly drawn town with an interesting plot Heartwarming and a great read Trigger Warnings view spoiler domestic abuse sexual assault hide spoiler

Susan Wiggs ç The Oysterville Sewing Circle MOBI

The Oysterville Sewing Circle“Stitched together with love this is a story just waiting for your favorite reading chair With her signature style and skill Susan Wiggs delivers an intricate patchwork of old wounds and new beginnings romance and the healing power of friendship wrapped in a lovely little community that’s hiding a few secrets of its own”     Lisa Wingate New York Times Bestselling author of Before We Were YoursThe #1 New York Times bestselling author brings us her most ambitious and provocative work yet a searing and timely novel that explores the most volatile issue of our time domestic violence At the break of dawn Caroline Shelby rolls into Oysterville Washington a tiny hamlet at the edge of the raging PacificShe’s come homeHome to a place she thought she’d left forever home of her heart and memories but not 35 starsThis was my first Susan Wiggs novel and I liked this one enough to want to check out her other books I appreciate her attempt at exploring some heavy subjects in this story however there were a few things in the book that I felt weren't developed to their potential This has been a common thing with books I have read recently Just because I know early on how it will probably end I still need to feel like everything unfolds naturally rather than rushed or glossed over Don't get me wrong though this was still a good readThe fashion world might be glamorous but it is also cutthroat a fact Caroline Shelby is well aware of having worked in the industry for 10 years in New York City She decides to return to her hometown of Oysterville Washington not only because she is unemployed but also because she has recently become legal guardian of her deceased friend's children and she's going to need the help of her parents and siblings But returning home will mean she will have to face her past both the good and the bad Given the size of the town it will be difficult to avoid running into Will Jensen a friend from her childhood who broke her heart when he married her best friend Sierra When Caroline decides to form a women's support group she learns that she's not the only one with a deep secretThere's a lot of heavy subjects in the story like domestic violence addiction and sexual assault so I would take a pass on this one if you are just in the mood for a light and breezy read Unfortunately because there was a lot of different things going on I thought the story as a whole suffered because nothing felt fully developed It's like the story would focus for while on the sewing circle and then bounce to the whole love triangle thing then briefly mention the kids I feel like you get to the endpoint and it's not as entirely satisfying as you hoped because many parts of the story just felt glossed over Keeping that in mind I'm not saying this isn't a good book rather because of these things it didn't hit the great or awesome mark for me Still recommend especially if you like books about women supporting other womenThank you to the publisher for sending me an advance copy in exchange for a review