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After Marigold Shadd’s parents disappeared during a mission trip, she and her sister Ixora moved to Mapleville, a rural community on the shores of Lake Erie.
Their grandmother Annabelle “Big Momma” Henson adored them but Marigold had lost faith in everything including God.
Marigold’s best friend Logan van Basten became the silver lining in her life. Days after their high sch
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Paperback, 78 pages
Published January 3rd 2017 by Ayoka Books
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May 28, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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I have not read much Christian fiction in awhile. I think a lot of it has become too predictable and too safe. But, when I read books like 'Knit Together', my hope and joy is restored in the genre that is my first love. Marigold was selfish for not really thinking through what she may have to endure as a surrogate; knowing that she really did not care for Alena should have given her pause before making a major decision that would affect her life and others. Because I wanted Marigol
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LaChelle Weaver
Feb 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
If I could give this story ten stars, I would. In less than one hundred pages, Vivian Kay has woven a poignant tale as she tackles surrogacy, loss, complicated relationships and the true meaning of life and faith. Knit Together is the type of story that will spark conversations and have the reader wondering what the future holds for the characters after it ends. This was my first read by the author, but I'm looking forward to reading her debut novel, Secret Places and future works. What a great ...more
Kiera
Jan 08, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition

Author Vivian Kay has penned a story that is emotional, sometimes funny, sometimes sad, but it carries a message. It’s a short novelette, but the characters are well developed and interesting and it packs quite a punch. Big Momma reminded me so much of my grandmother, I could almost hear her voice. I wanted to smack Marigold’s snooty sister, Ixora, until I found out why she acts that way. Then, I wanted to hug her. I’m still mad at Logan for losing his backbone though, I really wanted him to sta
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Taneisha LaGrant
This short novella was beautifully written. It's mixed with wanting to be selfless and the story of redemption. A great deal of me rooted for the main character Marigold and Logan but he was married to Alena. This story was a gently reminder that we are never too far from God and that our Creator will always provide and have our best interests at heart. Even when we feel ill prepared, there are things that are meant to happen in our lives and some things that aren't. I enjoyed reading this story ...more
Dessiyah
May 05, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Wonderful read

Knit Together was a great read. I enjoyed getting to know Mari and Logan as well as Big Mama and the other characters. I can't wait to see what happens with each as they move forward in their purpose!
Parker Cole
Jan 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
It's hard to categorize this short novella. It has so many things going on that you would think it should be a larger piece of work. But maybe the fact that it's a short work it what gives this book it's flavor.

Marigold is a woman who can't forget the loss of her parents many years ago. Her best friend, Logan, is a man she's always cared for but now he has moved on and is married to a woman she doesn't like. However, when he comes to her and asks her to be a surrogate mother for them, Marigold h
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Vivian Kay is a Christian fiction author whose faith stories are woven around the themes of human imperfection, redemption and transformation. When she’s not writing or daydreaming about writing, you’ll find her playing simultaneous games of online Scrabble or snuggling up with a good book. Kay’s debut novel, Secret Places, was first published by Brown Girls Books (USA) in November 2015. A wife an ...more

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