õ From Here to Home (Too Much, Texas #2) ñ Download by ↠´ Marie Bostwick

õ From Here to Home (Too Much, Texas #2) ñ Download by ↠´ Marie Bostwick I just loved this book I loved From Here To Home by Marie Bostwick It is the story of Mary Del Templeton and her son Howard who is now a 30 year old man They have been hosting a quilting show that is now in jeopardy and Howard is wanting to become an independent man From Here To Home to really a story of courage courage to allow a Down Syndrome child to grow to his fullest potential, courage to face new professional challenges with odds stacked against you, and courage to face the actions of both animals and humans suffering from PTSD Marie Bostwick does a marvelous job with all these topics while still infusing humor with all the various characters I was so happy to catch up with Mary Del and Howard what a beautiful story all around.
Go Cards L1C4 From Here to Home By Marie BostwickHave read other works by this author and have enjoyed the reads Especially like the quilting that is mentioned as I also dabble in the fabrics.
This one starts out with Mary Dell and her autistic son Howard who are hosts on the Home Network, Quintessential Quilting.
She is summoned home to not only help with the ailing relatives but help run the shop She also has unexpected agents come to tell her of her job ending if the ratings don t pick up.
She has other plans and will try a few of them to keep the show going.
Jason, the head guy wants to make the show appealing to the under 55 age group and brings in a model that just might do the trick.
She and Mary Dell have some time to work together to make the show a hit Holly has NO idea what quilting is all abo 4.
5 stars.
From Here to Home by Marie Bostwick is an absolutely heartwarming novel of love, family and moving forward.
With her beloved quilting show up for renewal, the last thing Mary Dell Templeton needs are complications on the family ranch in Too Much, TX The show s ratings are slipping and Mary Dell knows that without the show, the quilt store in her small hometown will lose business so she comes up with a pretty ingenious plan to film the upcoming season in Too Much Unbeknownst to Mary Dell, a newcomer to the network wants to cancel the show and a co host has been hired to replace Mary Dell s son, Howard When Mary Dell breaks the news to Howard, she is stunned by Howard s reaction to the news and although she is happy that her son wants to stretch his wings, she is worried about him living on his own.
Howard s replacement, Holly Silva, relocates from Calif Nice well written read relationships, quilting, horses, love and redemption.



Full review Smoke Mirrors Wasn t sure what to expect from this book It seemed to start out a bit romancy, but quickly became another amazing story with these well defined rather complex characters, just as I like Glad I read this and truly hope she s serious about another book to follow these peoples lives, for it feels as if they are now my friends The story speaks to a wide range of women.
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the quilting was a plus,with the family connection endearing I need to go back and read the first story about Howard and Mary dell Mary Dell Templeton prefers the quiet charms of Too Much to the bright lights of Dallas any day She s relieved to be moving back to her hometown and bringing her cable TV show, Quintessential Quilting, with her There are just a couple of wrinkles in her plan Her son, Howard, who is her talented co host and color consultant, and happens to have Down syndrome, wants to stay in Dallas and become independent Meanwhile, Mary Dell s new boss hopes to attract a different demographic by bringing in a younger co host.
What Holly Silva knows about quilting wouldn t fill a thimble, but she s smart and ambitious Her career hinges on outshining the formidable Mary Dell in order to earn her own show Yet as Holly adapts to small town living and begins a new romance, and Mary Dell considers rekindling an old one, the two find unl WOMEN This book deals with women who are mothers, grandmothers, aunts, nieces, granddaughters, friends, single, married, abandoned, widowed, professionals, mentors, quilters, ranchers, TV personalities, lovers and a whole lot I believe this is a story that will speak to the women who read it because it definitely spoke to me.
This book dealt with some big issues that included Down syndrome and both animals and humans dealing with PTSD I was drawn into the story, cared about the characters and eagerly read to find out what would happen next I was than satisfied with the conclusion and how the various people within the story eventually ended up living their lives This is the first book I have read by this author but it will not be my last Marie Bostwick Is My Go To Author Always Powerful, Inspiring, And Uplifting Robyn Carr, New York Times Bestselling Author New York Times Bestselling Author Marie Bostwick Welcomes Readers To The Quirky, Unforgettable Town Of Too Much, Texas, In A Heartwarming, Richly Satisfying Story Of Friendship And Moving Forward Mary Dell Templeton Prefers The Quiet Charms Of Too Much To The Bright Lights Of Dallas Any Day She S Relieved To Be Moving Back To Her Hometown And Bringing Her Cable TV Show, Quintessential Quilting, With Her There Are Just A Couple Of Wrinkles In Her Plan Her Son, Howard, Who Is Her Talented Co Host And Color Consultant, And Happens To Have Down Syndrome, Wants To Stay In Dallas And Become Independent Meanwhile, Mary Dell S New Boss Hopes To Attract A Different Demographic By Bringing In A Younger Co Host What Holly Silva Knows About Quilting Wouldn T Fill A Thimble, But She S Smart And Ambitious Her Career Hinges On Outshining The Formidable Mary Dell In Order To Earn Her Own Show Yet As Holly Adapts To Small Town Living And Begins A New Romance, And Mary Dell Considers Rekindling An Old One, The Two Find Unlikely Kinship For As Mary Dell Knows, The Women Of Too Much Have A Knack For Untangling The Knottiest Problems When They Work Together And Sometimes The Pattern For Happiness Is As Simple And Surprising As It Is Beautiful PraiseforMarie Bostwick And Her Novels Fans Of Debbie Macomber And Robyn Carr Will Enjoy This Warm, Witty Novel Of Rediscovery And Personal Growth Booklist On The Second Sister A Story That Touches Women On Many Levels And Yet Is Filled With Humor And A Bit Of Pathos Kirkus On Between Heaven And Texas A Brilliant Storyteller Las Vegas Review Journal On Threading The Needle

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