Emma and Lamar Miller have come to Florida to see if the warmer weather will help Lamar’s arthritis, and it does. There are other Amish folks in this area of Florida, and the Millers are able to keep in touch with family and friends back home. After they have settled in, Emma finds she has free time on her hands and decides to teach a quilting class, like she did back home. And she is pleasantly surprised when her class fills quickly.
While all who attend the class learn the basics of quilting, they also have some social and spiritual needs met. All the students seem to have some problem or issue in their lives, and through out the weeks of the class, they open up and the other students, along with the Millers are able to overcome some of the problems.
I enjoyed this book. It is the 3rd in the Half-Stitched Amish Quilting Club series, and some of the characters from the previous books reappear here. This book was easy to read and follow the story line and characters.
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher, Handbar/ Shiloh. All opinions expressed are my own.