Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Tapestry of Secrets by Sarah Loudin Thomas

Secrets can be very heavy things, as Perla well knows. Ella is her Granddaughter and Perla isn't in good healthy. Time and weighty matters have taken their toll on her body in the form of a stoke. Ella is ready to share her secrets, and so is Perla. The secrets were strong, the romance was just fine and Ella and Perla  simply made this book.

This book is the third book in this series. While it can feel a bit slow at times, that is consistent with the rest of the series. I don't feel that is so much slow, as just that slower pace of days-gone-by that people aren't use to anymore. 

My copy came from Bethany House Bloggers in exchange for my honest review, and nothing more. 

About The Book

What is the weight of a secret?

And what happens when that burden becomes almost too much to bear?
For decades, Perla Phillips has hidden the truth of a decision that still fills her with guilt. But now, seeing her granddaughter, Ella, struggle in a similar way, she's prepared to finally open the past to her family, no matter the consequences. But when the opportunity is snatched from her in a most unexpected manner, will she have waited too long? 

Spanning generations, this moving family drama weaves together the interlocking stories of two women as they navigate relationships, family, faith, and the choices that will shape their lives. Heartwarming and nostalgic, the story explores the courage to share the wounds of the past and celebrates the legacy a family passes from one generation to the next.  

About the Author

Sarah Loudin Thomas is a fundraiser for a children's ministry and has written for Mountain Homes Southern Style and Now & Then magazines, as well as The Asheville Citizen-Times. She is the author of Miracle in a Dry Season and Until the Harvest. She holds a BA in English from Coastal Carolina University. She and her husband reside in North Carolina. She can be found online at www.sarahloudinthomas.com.

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