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Hardcover Back on Blossom Street Book

ISBN: 0778324516

ISBN13: 9780778324515

Back on Blossom Street

(Book #4 in the Blossom Street Series)

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Book Overview

There's a new shop on Seattle's Blossom Street--a flower store called Susannah's Garden, right next door to A Good Yarn. Susannah Nelson, the owner, has just hired a young widow named Colette Blake. A couple of months earlier, Colette had abruptly quit her previous job--after a brief affair with her boss. To her dismay, he's suddenly begun placing weekly orders for flower arrangements! Susannah and Colette both join Lydia Goetz's new knitting class...

Customer Reviews

5 ratings

Satisfying continuation of a much loved series

I read Susannah's Garden last year and A Good Yarn two years ago, and I was concerned that it wouldn't be easy to pick up this continuing story after such a long break. I needn't have worried because Debbie Macomber is a master at reintroducing the characters and setting without being repetitive, triggering the memory and making it seem like days instead of years had passed since I last visited Lydia and the gang. I just love the way she makes the characters seem like your friends, and the setting feel like your neighborhood - it's a total immersion into the setting and the lives of these dear people. Some of the conflicts seemed to be resolved too easily to be realistic, but I suppose that contributed to the soothing joy of reading this wonderful book!

Wonderful!!

I loved this book! I have read the other 2 books in the series and this book was like a visit with old friends, and meeting some new ones too! This is a great book!

Truely Delightful

I began reading Debbie Macomber's books last year, starting with A Good Yarn and have been enthralled with all her books since. I've read the whole series now of Blossom Street and hope the story doesn't end anytime soon. I've also enjoyed the Cedar Cove series with such delight. It has been a wonderful experience reading her work and she has become a favorite author of mine. I can't say enough of her talent. I recommend all of her books to anyone who is looking for clean and wonderful stories to read. Thank you Tracy Edgmon

Knit your problems away

I may be a man, and not just a man, but a fireman, but even firemen need to wind down after battling five-alarm blazes, prying victims out of wrecked cars, and saving little kitties down from trees, and I can think of no better way of winding down than to knit one, purl two, or read about others knitting and purling as they discuss their domestic problems and find solutions that celebrate the joys of friendship, understanding, and, of course, knitting. I have been a fan of Debbie Macomber's Blossom Street series ever since reading the very first book, "The Shop on Blossom Street", and with each new book have eagerly revisited that Street where Lydia, the proprietor of the title shop, A Good Yarn, holds a knitting class where fellow knitters come to knit, share their woes, and find both companionship and the answers to their problems. "Back on Blossom Street" continues the fine tradition of the first two books in the series, and we meet new, likeable characters who enter into the comforting world of Blossom Street and A Good Yarn seeking a good knit but finding so much more. Lydia has troubles of her own concerning her beloved niece and the possibility of never bearing children, and finds that what works for her students also works for her as she opens up to her class with her own problems. At the firehouse I've often tried to initiate the kind of heart-felt, open discussions of problems and feelings that take place in A Good Yarn, but the guys just ignore me, tell me to stop acting like a "wuss", or string me up the flagpole by my underwear. Because of such callous and macho attitudes, I am always buying new underwear, as well as thanking Debbie Macomber that at any time I can pick up her book and find myself, dare I say it, back on Blossom Street.
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