Sew in Love: 4 Historical Stories

Sew in Love: 4 Historical Stories

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Once a skill learned by most women, sewing was needed for managing a home and raising a family. It was also an acceptable way for a woman to make a living in an era when careers for women were limited. Can sewing bring four women hope in the face of tragedy?

HEARTS SEWN WITH LOVE by Darlene Panzera
Gold Bar, California, April 1850. During the California gold rush, a beautiful seamstress finds her heart torn between the men who want to marry her and the one fortune hunter who won’t.

WOVEN HEARTS by Jacquolyn McMurray
New York City, 1911. A shirtwaist factory fire survivor struggles to provide for her family despite the disastrous misguided intentions of the handsome union organizer who tries to help.

A LANGUAGE OF LOVE by Kimberley Woodhouse
New York City, 1911. A milliner with thick Irish accent and a renowned baseball player with speech impediment meet at the office of a language teacher. But the issues with their backgrounds that first brought them together will also drive them apart.

TAILORED SWEETHEARTS by Debby Lee. Dutch Harbor, Alaska, Summer 1945. A parachute seamstress struggles with her faith in desperate circumstances. A fighter pilot teaches her to hope in her darkest hours.

ISBN: 9781643522760

Published Date: December 1, 2019

Publisher: Barbour Publishing

Language: English

Page Count: 448

Size: 8.34" l x 5.44" w x 1.47" h