Summer on Blossom Street

Summer on Blossom Street

Large Print - 2009
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New York Times bestselling author.

Knitting and life are both about beginnings and endings. That's why it makes sense for Lydia Goetz, owner of A Good Yarn on Seattle's Blossom Street, to offer a class called Knit to Quit. It's for people who want to quit something - or someone - and start a new phase of their lives.

Phoebe Bylander has recently dumped an unfaithful fiance. Since Alix Turner and her husband have decided to try for a baby, she has to quit smoking. Bryan Jordan needs a way to decompress from running his family's business - and to escape from the stress of a lawsuit brought against him by an unscrupulous lawyer.

Life certainly can be complicated. Lydia herself is in the midst of upheaval. Her mother is becoming increasingly frail, and she and Brad have unexpectedly become foster parents to an angry and defiant twelve-year-old. But Lydia already knows that when life gets difficult, your friends can always help.

Publisher: Thorndike, Maine : Center Point Publishing, [2009]
Edition: Unabridged large print edition.
Copyright Date: ©2009
ISBN: 9781602854543
Branch Call Number: MAC
Characteristics: 434 pages ; 24 cm

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niafrances Jul 05, 2014

This was another pleasant book in the Blossom Street series. Nice wholesome family values and no surprises. I found it a little boring but perhaps that's because I've read the entire series so far. Still, that won't keep me from picking up the next book in the series--but probably not for a while.

kimrae Jul 08, 2013

Another great book in the series. An easy read on a summer day, and has a few unexpected twists. Enjoyable.

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bookbug87
May 22, 2013

This is one of the best Blossom Street books ever in my opinion. I loved it from start to finish. I love seeing old characters reappear. I hope she keeps writing about Blossom Street because I want to know what happens to these characters! I am addicted to Blossom Street :)

mmg2681 Jun 23, 2012

I read this after reading Twenty One Wishes. I suggest reading Twenty One Wishes - it is a great book too! This is next in the series, and didnt let me down at all. I dont generally get teary eyed while reading, but this one got me on the last couple of pages. Great book.

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harperm
Oct 30, 2011

The book was great. The audio recording was awful. Delilah was not good. Everything was overdramatized and she raised her voice at the end of almost every sentence as if it were a question. Read the book rather than listen to this recording and you'll enjoy it a lot more.

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lilyofthevalley3
Jul 11, 2011

This was a really nice read! I appreciate how the author really gets what women are thinking. We're strange creatures aren't we?! Enjoy.

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Canine_sCompanion
Feb 19, 2010

Very sweet - I need to read more by this author

samdog123 Jul 28, 2009

Another lovely read from Debbie Macomber. This book is part of the The Shop on Blossom street series. It's about a knitting store, the owner, clients and the friendships they develop as they learn to knit or further their skills as knitters. There's always a pattern included for you keen knitters...Very charming and escapist, to be sure!

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