Shop On Blossom Street
By Debbie Macomber
by Linda Emond
is celebrating life after having survived cancer twice. She is living
out her dream of owning a business after purchasing a knitting shop.
It’s located on Blossom Street in Seattle and is called A
Good Yarn. Wanting to share the warmth of her shop, she offers a
class on how to knit a baby blanket. Through this class she’s
able to open her doors to three special people.
is involved in a loveless marriage and disproves of the woman her
son married. Now the couple is expecting their first child, and
she takes the class in order to cover her true feelings.
is desperate to have a baby. In vitro pregnancy is her last hope
for having a child, and the blanket is a symbol of greater things
Alix Townsend is taking the
class to satisfy a court-ordered community service project. The
stress of everyday life is visible in her haunted eyes.
The small shop on Blossom
Street is a haven for the group. It demonstrates how one person’s
dreams can have such an impact on the lives of others. Four strong
and courageous women are about to gain strength from one another
to help them conquer the obstacles that threaten their own lives.
I grew up
reading Debbie Macomber’s books and have always held her in
high regard. Her writing is filled with such deep emotion that it
can't help but melt the reader’s heart. She is definitely
one of the all time legends of the romance industry. Very highly