Grayson McDonough has no use for teal ribbons, 5k runs, or ovarian cancer support groups now that his beautiful wife Jenna is gone. But their nine-year-old daughter Sadie seems to need the connection. When Annabelle Curtis, the beautiful cancer survivor organizing the memory quilt project for the Ovacome support group, begins to bring out the silly and fun side of his precious daughter again, Gray must set aside his own grief to support the healing of Sadie’s young heart. But is there hope for Gray’s heart too along the way?
My Comments: This is such a fun series – Quilts of Love. I have enjoyed each book in the series so far and have downloaded more of them. This particular story deals with loss – loss from specifically cancer. Except for my Dad dying of lung cancer, I have not personally dealt with this type of loss, but I am dealing with other types of loss this summer, so this book spoke to me in a powerful way – mostly in knowing that I am not alone in my suffering. Others out there have as much or much more to grieve than I do. This book explores some of the grief of a man, a woman, and a young girl, but it mostly explores hope that can come after loss – life goes on. I love the character of the quilt in this story. The quilt memorializes the cancer victims in a positive way. Great book!!
Thank you NetGalley for an e-copy to review.