If you love romance and knitting, have I got the book for you: The Shop on Blosson Street by Debbie Macomber.
This book follows the lives of the knitting class attendees who join together at a Seattle yarn shop. It’s very heartwarming and touches on themes of love, loss, illness, motherhood, and female friendship. Yes, there are a lot of characters and components of this novel, but it’s so well woven together into a narrative that is truly inspiring as these very different women find that they can relate to one another and they form a beautiful support system within their small crafting group.
There are four main characters here, each with her own worries and concerns. I found that this is one of those rare books where I didn’t find myself interested in one character more than the others. I found myself rooting for each of these women and feeling genuine emotion for them when good and bad things happened to them. This is definitely a character-driven book that I think most, if not all, women will be able to relate to. I highly recommend it!
Well, that was my very last book review of 2017. Happy New Year and I’ll see you in 2018!