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The Patchwork Bride

From the best-selling author of A Quilt for Christmas comes the irrepressible story of a runaway bride.Ellen is putting the finishing touches on a wedding quilt made from scraps of old dresses when the bride-to-beher granddaughter Juneunexpectedly arrives and announces shes calling off the marriage. With the tending of Junes uncertain heart in mind, Ellen tells her the story of Nell, a Kansas-born woman who goes to the High Plains of New Mexico Territory in 1898 in search of a husband. Working as a biscuit-shooter, Nell falls for a cowboy named Buddy. She sees a future together, but she cant help wondering if his feelings for her are true. When Buddy breaks her heart, she runs away. In her search for a soul mate, Nell will run away from marriage twice more before finding the love of her life. Its a tale filled with excitement, heartbreak, disappointment, and self-discoveryas well as with hard-earned life lessons about love. Another stunning, emotional novel from a master storyteller....

Title : The Patchwork Bride
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ISBN : 9781250174031
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 294 pages
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The Patchwork Bride Reviews

  • Janet

    I received a DIGITAL Advance Reader Copy of this book from #NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

    From the publisher -

    From the best-selling author of A Quilt for Christmas comes the irrepressible story of a runaway bride.

    Ellen is putting the finishing touches on a wedding quilt made from scraps of old dresses when the bride-to-be—her granddaughter June—unexpectedly arrives and announces she’s calling off the marriage. With the tending of June’s uncertain heart in mind, Ellen tells her the
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  • C.E. Hart

    I’m glad I won The Patchwork Bride from a Goodreads giveaway. This is a Runaway Bride meets the West kind of story. When granddaughter (June) tells her grandmother (Ellen) that she’s not sure she wants to marry her fiancé, Ellen tells her a story of a woman named Nell from the late 1800s. Nell was a runaway bride, so-to-speak, who bailed on two marriages…

    This is a touching story that deals with the heartbreaks and other lessons learned in searching for true love.

  • michelle

    * Thank you to St. Martin Press for a review copy of this book. All opinions are my own.

    The Patchwork Bride is a page-turning historical romance following one woman in her quest to find love without losing herself. At the same time, it is also the story of a grandmother trying to help her granddaughter through an emotional struggle about marriage itself.

    The story starts at Ellen and Ben’s ranch in Colorado in the 1950s. Ellen’s granddaughter, June, has fled her own marriage preparations because
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  • Dorie

    Sadly this was a DNF for me. After trying several times to get into it I decided that this book just wasn't for me. I found it to be a bit boring to me and the stories not really very believable. Since I did not finish it, I will not give it a star rating as that wouldn't be fair to the author, there may be a great ending that I just couldn't get to.

    I received an ARC of this novel from NetGalley.

  • Leah

    This was very slow and didn't hold my interest. I also didn't like the main character. She made some poor decisions. Although, this would have been a short story if she had gotten it right from the start. Then I may have enjoyed it.

  • Cheryl

    Ellen is finishing a quilt for her granddaughter the bride-t0-be when her granddaughter shows up saying the wedding is off. Ellen tells her a story of Nell a woman who left 3 men she was going to marry. A good twist to the wedding stories and a really good twist at the end.

  • Debbie

    The Patchwork Bride

    Sandra Dallas

    Dallas’s latest is a step back in time, a touching tale about love, loss and second chances. The novel is suitably paced moving adroitly between the mid twentieth and late nineteenth centuries with vivid depictions that will invite the reader right into the tale and period perfect dialogue that will have them googling terms from a bygone era. The characters are intriguing and real especially Ellen and the twists and turns lead to some secrets being outed and a big
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  • Kathryn

    Gentle, heart warming story.