A Dropped Stitches Wedding
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A Dropped Stitches Wedding (Dropped Stitches #4)

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My almost sister-in-law thought I, Lizabett McDonald, would be the first of the Sisterhood of the Dropped Stitches to marry? True, I've confided to my friends that I've had a crush on Rick Keifer since childhood. But will he ever see me as more than his best friend's kid sister? The Sisterhood wants to give me a beauty makeover to catch his eye. I've been preoccupied with...more
ebook, 256 pages
Published March 1st 2009 by Steeple Hill Love Inspired Suspense (first published 2009)
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Joey
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Mary
I have read the first book in this series and now I have read the last book in this series. I enjoyed both books. The Sisterhood of the dropped stitches is a group of young 20 something girls who have gone through cancer together. They are now survivors and all happy that Marilee is getting married to Lizbeth's brother Quinn. It is a wonderful, soft and fuzzy book that I read while on my cruise vacation this week. All the girls and the guys they are dating have joined forces and have planned the...more
Jennifer
Probably my favorite one out the whole series because you finally see where everything is going and how the pieces of the puzzel of their lives fits together. Despite everything that have all gone through and experience they all realize the blessing of the friendship that they have been given with each other. And it's fun to finally see them slowly start to get married. But, you don't know who is the first one until you finish the book. Plus, it's great she didn't have them all marry on the same...more
SheLove2Read
This was actually better than I thought it would be. Its the ending to a series, but I didn't have any trouble following along. The story itself is one of friends becoming "more than friends" and really the underlying theme is friendship. My only problem with the book, and maybe it was explained in previous entries, is that I can't quite find believable the odds of 4 young (under 23) friends all having cancer at the same time. This is marketed as an adult romance but to me it had a definitive YA...more
Barbara
This is a delightful ending to a great series. I have really enjoyed reading about the sisterhood of the dropped stitches. Janet Tronstad has done a marvelous job of showing the turmoil of emotions that going through, and surviving, cancer brings, but without being macabre or depressing. The romantic relationships that develop in this book are wonderful, and I like the fact that each proceeded at a different pace. If you enjoy friendships and romance, this one is for you.
Judy
This is the 4th and last book in a series. It is 4 young women who met in a group as teens with cancer. Now in their 20's they are cancer free and going after challenges and careers. Each book showcases one of the women and the men in their life.

I did not think I'd enjoy this series but it ended up that I really did.

I enjoy the books where you get to know the characters and then they are continued in the next story.
Mamakass
Man, this book was hilarious in it's awfulness. The entire character development was that all the girls had cancer and she loved the guy because he became a Christian the same day she did. I read it because I found it at my brother's wedding and I love knitting.
Stitchywoman
A wonderful way to end this enjoyable series. This book was a little more God/Christian oriented then the others but still a quick read.
Brandy
Well this was the 4th and last book in the Sisterhood series. I am going to miss the sisterhood. I enjoyed this series.
Carla
I won this on Goodreads - thank you! I really enjoyed it and wish I had read the other books in the series.
Shannon
Dec 11, 2009 Shannon marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
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I won this in a give away - guess I'll have to pick up the first 3 books! i didn't realize it was a series.
Shannon
I loved this series! Sad to say goodbye to this cast of characters!!
Linda
A good finish to the dropped stitches series.
Jessie
wonderful, as always
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Janet grew up in the wide open spaces of rural Montana and now lives in the urban spaces of Pasadena, California. She's used both of these locations in her books. Her Dry Creek, Montana series numbers over twenty novels now and her Pasadena books, The Sisterhood of the Dropped Stitches, number four.
More about Janet Tronstad...
A Hero for Dry Creek (Dry Creek Series #5) (Love Inspired #228) At Home in Dry Creek A Match Made in Dry Creek Doctor Right (Alaskan Bride Rush,  #3) A Dropped Stitches Christmas (Sisterhood Series #2)

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