The Dressmaker by Kristie Self // Review

My Review:

Picking up shortly after the events of the previous book, The Dressmaker  follows a full cast of characters, some familiar and others new, in this multi-faceted feel-good drama.

Marigold Pendleton is the dressmaker is Roderick Glen, she is proud of her independence and is well loved in the village as well as the big house. But will the weight of her past keep her from finding happiness?

A enjoyable feel-good read, excellent for fans of Downton Abbey because of the similar setting, time period, and way of following multiple characters from all walks of life and social statuses. I liked getting to know Mari better over the course of the story, as well as seeing her friendship with Hadley and how they were there for each other over the course of the story.

This book has many storylines to follow, some which resolve in this book, while others left me eager for the next book. I loved that Marigold has so many wonderful friends who care for her, like Janie. An delight ensemble novel with wonderful characters, romance and faith. 

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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