From Long and Short Reviews
Stitches by Kathy Weyer
Length: Full Length (342 Pages)
Heat Level: Sweet
Rating: 5 Stars
Spending a lifetime as a socialite with a secret is easier when you’re married to a rich, successful, caring, and intelligent man. But what happens to your world when he dies, and you find out he had secrets of his own?
Stitches is one of those rare books I am sure to find myself reading again before too long. And I am genuinely excited to see what comes next from this author! If you’ve ever read and loved best-selling author Jacqueline Susann of “Valley of the Dolls” and “Once Is Not Enough” fame, you are going to adore the work of Kathy Weyer. Ms. Susann may have had more sex in her novels, but she certainly didn’t have more heart.
5-star Reviews from Amazon:
Grab a blankie, some cookies and a box of Kleenex, ’cause you’re not going anywhere once you start reading this book . . . Kathy Weyer has woven a literary tapestry that will keep you warm and transfixed as you watch the colorful threads of each character come together and forge forever friendships. You will laugh, and you will cry, but you will not put this book down until you have read every last, delicious page.
Encore demanded for debut author . . . The “stitches” of family and friend bonds sometimes cut deeply into the skin and sometimes hold it all together. This wonderful novel by Kathy Weyer will touch places in all of us. We recognize pieces of our own lives in this debut women’s fiction story. Encore, encore, Ms. Weyer!
I really enjoyed Stitches. It’s the kind of book you read … and can’t put down because the characters are so engaging and you want to find out how they end up. The main character is a young widow as I am and I thought the author was spot on in her description of what you go through to get to the other side of grief. All of it done with a light but realistic touch. I think it would make a great TV series, the characters and environment were that entertaining. A fun read! I highly recommend it.
Great Read . . . I can’t recommend this book too highly. It is very well written and you will not want to put it down. The characters just come to life. You will see your brother, your Mother, your best friend in these characters. I am so anxious for Kathy Weyer’s next book.