I’m sad that this is evidently the last book in the Friday Night Knit Club series. I fell in love with the ladies in this series and, even with Georgia’s death in the first book, she is still a part of their lives.
They bonded over knitting needles and their relationships have only grown deeper.
I loved how some family issues were resolved. And Catherine finally matures and realizes there is more to life than she thought she had to endure. There are life challenges that will appeal to a variety of readers…someone will be able to identify with at least one character. And while there is some romance, it is not sappy sweet.
I will miss this group of strong, caring women.