Vorite book yet of the series Compelling and realistic really drew me into the characters lives This is the third and final book in Traci DePree s well written and readable Lake Emily series In reality it is one book divided into three volumes so you need to read all three in order to fully appreciate the story I found the Morgans the Biddles and the other characters in the books to be uite believable and the situations they found themselves in to be realistic The character Anna and her interaction with Steve was a uzzlement however One might think the third book
Ties Up All Loos up all loos third book in the series Lots of changes happening in this book Peter and Mae have a baby boy Virginia has a stroke and decides to give up on life Fred comes back with a wife And they all have to learn to trust God that everything will work out for the best. Wise hopes for a new motherFilled with the enchantment that makes Lake Emily everyone's hometown Aprons on a Clothesline is a lovely reminder that hope can be found even in the tragedies of life and that joy waits in the most unexpected laces Traci's bookscall my name and soothe my soul
"Jane Kirkpatrick Award Winning Author "Kirkpatrick award winning author All Together in One Place and A Name of Her Own.
characters Aprons on a ClotheslineThe third in a series of feel good family stories centered in Wisconsin farm country Aprons on a Clothesline started out a little slow Just as my attention was waning
about a third of the way in the story icked up and grabbed hold About 23a third of the way in the story icked up and grabbed hold About 23 of the way through I had the feeling I d read this before though I couldn t
Find A Previous Book ReviewI Think Ia revious book reviewI think I read this one about Virgina s stroke and slow Daddy Dearest painful recovery A lot of other things were happening in the small farming town of Lake Emily in this book The birth of Peter and Mae s son Christopher occurs on Trudy s wedding day despite her warningrenatal talk with him Jessie is scared off by seeing Virginia in the nursing home but she and her father find a much needed friend in Virgina s hysical therapist Anna Bert goes into full farmer mode immediately after 3 in the series My fa. G that life is still well worth living Or will she give up hope and sink deeper into despairMeanwhile the Morgans and Biddles discover that each season of life has its adjustments for Trudy Biddle marriage and a meddling mother in law for Mae and Peter Morgan the challenges of keeping the family farm afloat as they welcome a new member into their family and for young Jessie. WARNING SpoilerI felt the book started out well with the story of the lady who d always been the one to take care of everyone and everything and her loss of faith when she s no longer able to be that erson There are back stories involving others in the small town dealing with changes loss of faith etc However when this woman finds comfort in visits to a friend s unresponsive comatose mother in the nursingrehab home it feels like it s building to a ta da moment with a reason for a Premeditated Peppermint (Amish Candy Shop Mystery person to be a vegetable for months or years on end It s so that anothererson with roblems can
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obviously worse off than the one roviding a monologue andmuch worse off than the one I Gave At The Office (A Sally Forth Collection) by Greg Howard (1994-03-01) providing a monologue and can feel better about their own issues I found the idea to be repugnant and ruined the book for meI won t read this author again. Book Three in the Lake Emily seriesIn Lake Emily life's greatest battles are won by theower of friendshipVirginia Morgan is used to helping others it's who she is A wife A mother A grandmother A friend But when Virginia suffers a debilitating stroke she can no longer wear that apron It is a change that sends her into the depths of hopelessness Can she find her way to seein. .