Monday, March 27, 2017

Grandma's Wedding Quilts - The Prequel by Kate Cambridge

Kate Cambridge is an emerging author of Sweet Historical Romance
and Sweet Contemporary Romance. She is a hopeless romantic, strong supporter of
women's rights, and loves to create stories that inspire, and characters who
seem real long after "The End."

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greatest inspiration is often born of desperation.

One year ago Hannah Quinn scored her dream job, and now the fate
of the museum she loves will rise or fall on her next exhibit. But wait...
there's a problem. She doesn't have a clue what her next exhibit will be!

When a trunk with two quilts is donated to the museum, Hannah's
boss thinks she's wasting her time chasing down the history of the quilts,
regardless of their beauty; but Hannah persists. She knows there's something
special about these quilts, and a story that demands to be told.

Little does Hannah know, her friend Callum, a researcher and
consultant, plays an unexpected a role in her investigation that leads to
questions and discoveries that threaten the foundation of all she holds most

Will her desperation to discover the story of the quilts cause
her to lose the very thing she loves the most - or will the secrets she uncover
lead her to more than she ever dreamed?

~ Amazon ~  Amazon UK

Snippet #3

“She hurried past the doctor before
Dr. Wagstaff could see the tears forming in her eyes. Hannah knew it wasn’t
just her mistake that upset her, it was the sensation of the quilt under her fingertips.
It stirred something in her, something that she couldn’t explain.”

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