When an antique bridal quilt appears under mysterious circumstances at the vintage clothing shop where Rachel Grant works, she is fascinated. She has never been able to resist handmade textiles from the past, for she believes that through the ages, women wove protective magic into their fabrics in order to mark the important events of their lives: birth, marriage, and death.
But there is more than good in the quilt's magic power. Day by day Rachel sees and feels the power growing, as she senses the quilt influencing her thoughts and actions. Much as Rachel's logical mind longs to deny the supernatural, the aura of evil coming from the quilt is terrifyingly real, and it seems to carry a sinister legacy into the lives of the people Rachel loves.
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I have been a big fan of Barbara Michaels for years now, and I always snap up her books whenever I come across them. Sadly, I hate to admit that this was not one of her better books. Granted, I enjoyed reading it - and I did read it from beginning to end; however, this one wasn't as believable as many of her other books. Yes, I realize that this book, like most of her books, deals with the supernatural and as such, the reader must suspend disbelief somewhat. However, the characters in this book were all far too quick to accept what was going on. What normal person says (essentially), "Oh, you're trying to kill me. You must be possessednuskin product."??
The bulk of Michaels' characters in her other works take some convincing before they agree that they are indeed confronting the supernatural... that's what makes those tales believable. Sadly, this book was lacking in that departmentvirtual office in hong kong.