Let's just get this out of the way right off the bat...I am a huge fan of Jennifer Chiaverini. She is from my home state of Wisconsin and I have seen her twice now when she has come to California to research and promote her books. With that being said...
The Wedding Quilt held great expectations for me as I was finally going to find out the identities of Sarah and Matthew McClure's babies. I was so excited to begin reading then quickly found out that the story actually takes place light years ahead at the wedding of daughter, Caroline to her beau, Leo. Wow! I was completely stunned and actually felt a little cheated out of all those years that I missed and were only touched on through reminiscing passages in the
book. However I happily continued reading.
The story actually takes place the week of the wedding and walks through some of Sarah's memories of years gone by. It brings to light more details of where some of the characters are after all these many years and what is to become of the future for them.
Overall I would have to say that this probably wasn't my most favorite book of the series. But in all honesty, I think I need to start over and begin to read them from the first book forward so I can capture some of the details that I have long since forgotten and probably glossed over the first time through.With this being said, I am going to give this book a low rating for now until I can come back and re-read it again. Maybe my mind will change, but I was left with a sad disappointment that this book really wasn't what I had thought it would be.