A Blue Harbor Novel - Widowed at forty-five, Margo Blair sells her home to return to the town where she once lived as a teenager. She befriends her new neighbor and, with her encouragement, begins a memory quilt. Painful secrets, hidden grief, and lost love are revealed as Margo pieces together the remnants of her life. Will a stronger woman emerge or will the secrets and grief destroy her? More
A Blue Harbor Novel - After her husband dies, leaving her a widow at forty-five, Margo Blair finds herself a victim of his lies and innuendos. Starting over, she sells her home and all her possessions to return to the town where she once lived as a teenager.
In this quaint, seaside village, she befriends her lively neighbor, an endearing woman of eighty, who exudes energy and fun. The friendship leads to the making of a memory quilt, to long-hidden secrets, and lost loves.
What will the secrets reveal? On her own for the first time, can Margo, like the proverbial caterpillar, experience a metamorphosis and transform from a shy, insecure woman into a strong, confident force? Or will the secrets destroy her?
Acclaim for Margo
"A must-read if you love people, quilts and chocolate." – Amanda Ashley, NY best-selling author
"Molly Dillon's story, Margo, touches something in all of us. I wasn't satisfied until I'd read the last page." – Judy McAllister, author of Flyer
"A rich story of love, friendship, and courage..." – Carol Amato, author and publisher
"Margo roped in this cowboy on page one. It's the kind of story that warms the heart." – Mart Shaughnessy, author of Palomino Days