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The Oysterville Sewing Circle The 1 New York Times Bestselling Author Brings Us Her Most Ambitious And Provocative Work Yet A Searing And Timely Novel That Explores The Most Volatile Issue Of Our Time Domestic Violence At The Break Of Dawn, Caroline Shelby Rolls Into Oysterville, Washington, A Tiny Hamlet At The Edge Of The Raging Pacific.She S Come Home.Home To A Place She Thought She D Left Forever, Home Of Her Heart And Memories, But Not Her Future Ten Years Ago, Caroline Launched A Career In The Glamorous Fashion World Of Manhattan But Her Success In New York Imploded On A Wave Of Scandal And Tragedy, Forcing Her To Flee To The Only Safe Place She Knows.And In The Backseat Of Caroline S Car Are Two Children Who Were Orphaned In A Single Chilling Moment Five Year Old Addie And Six Year Old Flick She S Now Their Legal Guardian A Role She S Not Sure She S Ready For.But The Oysterville She Left Behind Has Changed Her Siblings Have Their Own Complicated Lives And Her Aging Parents Are Hoping To Pass On Their Thriving Seafood Restaurant To The Next Generation And There S Will Jensen, A Decorated Navy SEAL Who S Also Returned Home After Being Wounded Overseas Will And Caroline Were Forever Friends As Children, With The Promise Of Something Until He Fell In Love With Sierra, Caroline S Best Friend And The Most Beautiful Girl In Town With Her Modeling Jobs Drying Up, Sierra, Too, Is On The Cusp Of Reinventing Herself.Caroline Returns To Her Favorite Place The Sewing Shop Owned By Mrs Lindy Bloom, The Woman Who Inspired Her And Taught Her To Sew There She Discovers That Even In An Idyllic Beach Town, There Are Women Living With The Deepest Of Secrets Thus Begins The Oysterville Sewing Circle Where Women Can Join Forces To Support Each Other Through The Troubles They Keep Hidden.Yet Just As Caroline Regains Her Creativity And Fighting Spirit, And The Children Begin To Heal From Their Loss, An Unexpected Challenge Tests Her Courage And Her Heart This Time, Though, Caroline Is Not Going To Run Away She S Going To Stand And Fight For Everything And Everyone She Loves.


10 thoughts on “The Oysterville Sewing Circle

  1. says:

    3.5 starsThis was my first Susan Wiggs novel and I liked this one enough to want to check out her other books I appreciate her attempt at exploring some heavy subjects in this story however there were a few things in the book that I felt weren t developed to their potential This has been


  2. says:

    Favorite Quotes Since she had left home right out of high school, she had dutifully visited a few times at Christmas That seemed to satisfy the family and also preserved her status as the official black sheep Every family needed a pet, her brother Jackson used to joke.I ve had my heart broken so m


  3. says:

    Caroline never thought she would be returning to her childhood home of Oysterville and definitely not with two children that weren t her own.Caroline had wanted to leave as badly as any young person and head to New York City Caroline did make it big in New York until a famous designer stole her clothing lin


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    I thoroughly enjoyed The Oysterville Sewing Circle Believe me when I say, it is not what it appears at first glance, and that is by design It handles some pretty heavy topics, primarily domestic abuse, in a way that is easy to take in and not feel overwhelmed by the message This is a story for women, about women and


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    Caroline Shelby was a rising star in the fashion world, on the cusp of living the dream she sat out to achieve a decade ago However, after a famous designer sabotages her career and her best friend dies, leaving Caroline as guardian to her two children, she s left scrounging for a way forward professionally and personally And


  6. says:

    First of all, I won this book from Goodreads So thank you Now on to the review Warning, some minor spoilers ahead I thought this book was decent, but not a great read It was very repetitive and not as deep as I would have liked I think the subject matter domestic abuse, drug abuse, sexual assault is important and am glad Susan Wiggs tac


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    RATING 3.5 STARS2019 William Morrow HarperCollins Canada Review Not on Blog I was interested in knowing about the Oysterville Sewing Circle, and was disappointed how little of it was actually in this novel While waiting on finding out about the OSC, I sort of read the rest of the story in passing I enjoyed this novel but also felt like there wa


  8. says:

    The Oysterville Sewing Circle is the second of Susan Wiggs books that I have read in the last year and I find myself wondering why I haven t read TOSC was important without being preachy and informative without being textbook like Touching on issues such as domestic violence ranging from date rape to spousal abuse and beyond and addiction, and the wake of


  9. says:

    4.5 5While I was reading, I kept thinking about how this is a story about change Major life circumstances push Caroline Shelby to both leave her beloved job as a fashion designer in New York City and move back home to her parent s house in tiny Oysterville, Washington She has one of her best friend s children with her after a quick and necessary decision to b


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    Caroline Shelby left the quaint town of Oysterville, Washington for NYC with the dream of making it big in the fashion industry After ten years of hard work, her career was about to take off when it was sabotaged by her boss She s struggling to get back on her feet when her best friend, Angelique, a beautiful model, comes to her for help After a tragic moment, Caroline finds


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