#KNOT ON HER LIFE by Mary Marks


Martha Rose is expecting the birth of first great-grandchild and she is working on a baby’s quilt for the baby. She answers the doorbell and fines her neighbor’s foster child, Poppy Halaby who tells Martha she cannot wake Sonia. Martha investigate and found her neighbor near death. That start of new adventure of the Quilt Club in the 7th book of this series. mPoppy is a child of mixed heritage and witness the murder of her parents and her unborn sister. Her father is from Muslin royalty and her Mother of Jewish royalty. Nighter family will gave the child a home until Martha convinces her Muslin grandmother to take her. Suddenly every one wants Poppy. A bodyguard, Malo is hired to protect Poppy from the KILLER. Who Will the court decide can adopt Poppy? Will Poppy live to be adopt or will she be killed like her parents. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK AND SERIES.

Disclosure: Thanks to Kensington Books for a copy through NetGalley. The opinions expressed are my own.

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