I have mixed feelings about Path of Freedom: Quilts of Love Series. Overall, I think I like it. It has a good story line, well developed characters, Bible lessons, good descriptions, and even a bit of suspense and unpredictability. There’s a wide range of feelings portrayed for sure! There’s sadness, hatred, love, joy, mistrust, fear, teasing, longing, and confidence – all well balanced. The main characters are Quakers, and it touches lightly on their beliefs.
I think the hero and heroine are what baffled me. They constantly assume bad things about the other; and never seem to talk and get things settled or in the open. Then quick at the end they decide to get married! They haven’t talked out all the antagonism they felt throughout the whole book.
I do like the families portrayed in the story, the historical time it’s set in with a new way to travel on train, and the supporting characters that the hero and heroine interact with on their journey.
2nd in the Quilts of Love series
When Quakers Flora Saferight and Bruce Millikan embark on the Underground Railroad, they agree to put their differences aside to save the lives of a pregnant slave couple. With only her mother’s quilt as a secret guide, the foursome follows the stitches through unknown treachery.
As they embark on their perilous journey, they hope and pray that their path is one of promise where love sustains them, courage builds faith, and forgiveness leads to freedom.
You can find more information at the author’s site. You can read the first chapter at Where the Story Begins. Published by Abingdon Press. This book was sent to me through Christian Fiction Blog Alliance for the book tour. The words are fully my own and my affiliate link is in this post.