Wednesdays at Four
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Wednesdays at Four

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Every Wednesday a group of women meet, each has her own share of worries and troubles. As friendship deepen these women start to confide in each other, but will listening and sharing be enough for them to move forward, leaving their pasts behind?
Published 2008 by Mira
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An enjoyable read from Debbie Macomber, with some good characters and plotlines, but the one thing I disliked about this novel was the lack of consistency.
Wednesday's at Four ties together the stories of three women who are part of a Knitting Group that meet at the main protaganist's, Lydia, yarn shop. Only they don't meet that often, and when they do, none of the women seem very close. Still, it's a nice concept and the women are tied together somewhat throughout the novel, but mostly Macomber...more
This is a nice easy read, it gets a bit out there really but I did enjoy it. Every now again a book like this is needed to just have something nice and easy to read. I liked all these characters and enjoyed this book very much. There are part that really touch you and can begin a tear to the eye, if your a bit of a soft like me. This is a lovely book and a good holiday read, recommended
This story revolves around Lydia, owner of A Good Yarn, her sister Margaret and friends, Alix, and Colette. As they meet every Wednesday for knitting class, each has her own worries. As their friendship deepens, they confide in each other. The sharing and listening, along with the knitting seems to let them move on with their lives, and helps them put the past where it belongs. I enjoyed this story very much.
I really enjoyed this book. Debbie Macomber has such an honest and easy to read writing style, you really feel that you get to know the characters.

I only wish I had read the Blossom Street series in order...
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Easy reading with some lovely storylines.
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Debbie Macomber is a #1 New York Times bestselling author and one of today’s most popular writers with more than 170 million copies of her books in print worldwide. Macomber brings to life the compelling relationships that embrace family, community and enduring friendships, filling her readers with a sense of love and hope.

Macomber is the author of more than 100 novels, most recently the instant #...more
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