This is the third book in the Beach Street knitting society series, which tells the "adventures" of widow Jo McKenzie, her two boys, new daughter and their British seaside knitting shop. Her life, although not terribly exciting, is often full of smaller and sometimes comical conflicts.
I enjoyed this story. I have always loved the characters, and have grown to enjoy the way the story goes. It is not a huge, suspenseful adventure, but really the story of a woman in adverse circumstances learning to live in chaos. There are some villains and some heroes. I love the British flavor or the novel, the terminology and the quaint little habits. I enjoy that the real points of her stories, are lessons Jo learns about her life.
And, I am so inspired to pick up some knitting after reading one of these. :)