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Knit the Season by Kate Jacobs
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I feel that this is a great end to the series and am hoping this is indeed the last book. I enjoyed the first book very much, and was excited to get the second book and then quickly disappointed when I read it.

This book was more tolerable than the last book, however there were a few things that could have been changed. I'm happy to see that the writer dropped the racial issues with Dakota, that was really annoying in the second book.

There was a bit too much opinions from the friends of the group about where Dakota should be during the holidays. To me it felt as though too many characters were trying to guilt trip her into doing what they wanted her to do and not consider how it would affect her and her feelings of what she was excited about. As Dakota says in the book, "sometimes you have to cut the cord."

I found Catherine to be less slutty and more grown up compared to the previous book. She actually acts her age and is an adult. Anita's son Nathan however does not grow up even though he is in his 50's and has a wife and children of his own. He acts as a selfish, needy, inconsiderate adolescent. When he was mentioned in the book I wanted to just smack him.

It was unbelieveable that the writer chose to wait until the end of the book to disclose Perri's decision about the job offer in France. It didn't have to be dragged out through the entire book.

The length of the book could have been shorter, I feel there was too much of Georgia's memories that were typed in italiacs. It was wasted space. There were only two or three instances where that would have flowed nicely otherwise it was overdone and was just filler.

Otherwise this was the perfect way to end the series. So if you've already read the second book might as well finish with the 3rd book.
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Colleen These are my feelings as well. Nicley puy


Chrissy Thank you!


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