Ripples Along The Shore, The Quilted Heart Series #3 : Book Review
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Ripples Along The Shore, is the third book in The Quilted Heart Series. Caroline Milburn is a civil war widow who lives with her sister Jewell, who’s husband is grieving loss from the war also. Caroline wishes to start her life anew by joining the wagon train west, but one thing stands in her way to that goal, Garrett Cowlishaw.
Will Caroline be able to leave the small town and start a new life? Or will one man stand in front of her dreams? This last book in the series is a predictable book, but is a fun little read nonetheless. This book is one you would want to read if you want a light read. It ties in the characters from the other books, and the reader finds out who is leaving with the wagon train, and those who are staying behind.
This book lacked depth for me. It had great potential for a great book, but just wasn’t written well and the characters weren’t developed enough for me to give this book a “Five” star rating. It is a short read that can be easily finished within a few hours, and for me , that isn’t a good thing. I like to have a good book that will keep me interested and guessing as to what will happen, this one is way to predictable. I would give this book a 3 star, since it is a cute little book, but lacked the depth.
* I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review*