Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Needles and Pearls by Gil McNeil

It's been one year since Jo's husband died and left her as a widow with two sons (Archie and Jack, aged five and seven). She's healing, becoming an integral part of the local community by making many friends, being there for her children, and making her knitting shop the best it can be. A possible romance with Martin, a carpenter, even looks promising, but something surprising occurs that throws Jo for a bit of a loop. Luckily, Jo is able to handle the situation with her usual down-to-earth good humor and aplomb. Needles and Pearls continues the story of Jo and the other residents of Broadgate that began in The Beach Street Knitting Society and Yarn Club. It's as charming and addicting as the first book. More please....

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