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Publisher's Summary

She had thought he was the one... Now she's not sure of anything.

When it comes to quilting, Maggie Newcomb is all thumbs. And nobody rubs it in more than Emma Jean Stoddard. But Maggie swallows her ire for one simple reason: she has a crush on Emma Jean's handsome son, Colby, and doesn't want to ruin her chances. So she works hard to become the best quilter in Maintown. Her plan seems to be working...until Tamara Brennan comes to town.

Tamara is wealthy, poised, and beautiful. Several of the local boys are immediately smitten with her, including Colby Stoddard. Desperate to keep Colby's attention, Maggie devises an elaborate plan with her friend Evan. But her scheme brings unexpected consequences, and before long Maggie isn't sure what her heart truly desires.

©2008 Judith Pella (P)2008 Oasis Audio

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  • Kathleen
  • 30-04-19

Great story

I love this author, but the narrator almost make the young girls sound too much like ditsy valley girls....

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  • Claire
  • 28-01-12

Very Juvenile!

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

I think that teenagers would be more interested than adults. This is about a lovestuck, dumb 18 year old girl.

What was most disappointing about Judith Pella’s story?

Simple, predictable story line

How could the performance have been better?

The narrator was totally cheesy.