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In Seattle, three women's lives intersect in unexpected ways as they realize that life is full of wonderful surprises.
We love the Blossom Street series for its memorable characters and the charming yarn shop that brings them together. In the latest installment, our heroines’ relationships are tested: some bloom while others are at risk of crumbling. Their friendships and the quaint town where they live feel like they could be our own, which makes reading their stories so much fun.
What's in store for A Good Yarn—and the brides of Blossom Street?
Lauren Elliott has waited years for her boyfriend, Todd, to propose, but he's focused on his career, not their relationship. Knowing she can't put her future on hold, Lauren prepares to make a bold choice....
Newly married to her second husband, Max, Bethanne Scranton finds love is bliss. But with his job in California, hers in Seattle--and her ex trying to win her back--things are getting complicated.
Lydia Goetz, too, is happy with her husband, Brad, though she's worried about the future of her knitting store, A Good Yarn. As she considers how to bring in business, she discovers someone has beaten her to the punch. Who hatched the brilliant plan?
As the women's lives intersect, they realize that the best surprises are still ahead.
Did You Know?
Debbie Macomber has a wall in her office where she displays authors' portraits and autographs. Her favorites? Mark Twain, Charles Dickens, Pearl S. Buck and Willa Cather.