Cross Stitch (Paperback)
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Short Description for Cross Stitch In 1945, Claire is back from the war and reunited with her husband on a second honeymoon in Scotland. Innocently, she walks through a stone circle, and finds herself in a skirmish taking place in 1743. Now, she is in danger from the shock of her own desire for James; and is torn between two vastly different men in two irreconcilable lives.
- Published: 04 March 2002
- Format: Paperback 864 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780099911708 ISBN 10: 0099911701
- Sales rank: 401
Reviews for Cross Stitch
An absolute Must Read
Cross stitch is the first in an absolute brilliant series of historical fiction! These books will make you feel as though you are there walking the walk with these characters! I have read this series 3 times over the last 10 years and know that I will one day pick them up again!
Warning though, once you start reading they are so hard to put down! by Becaunder review
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Great historical fiction
I had never heard of this series prior to the middle of 2010 but once I discovered the first book I was hooked. I'd purchased all of the series before finishing the first book...I was that sure I would like them all and now I'm almost finished number 4, Drums of Autumn. A great saga and though I'm not usually a romance reader, I found the historical side of it more than enough to keep me interested. by David and Kate Cook
Cross Stitch by Diana Gabaldon
I absolutly LOVED this book and can't rate it highly enough. Its about Claire a woman that "stumbles" across some standing stones in the Scotland of 1945, which take her back in time to Scotland of 1743. It's the story of her adventures with Jamie a young Scot who she is "forced" to marry. It is extremely well written and I defy anyone who picks it up to say they haven'y enjoyed it!! There are a further 5 books about Jamie and Claire and a new one due out this October (2009). And I cant wait!!!!
This series of books has to be my number one favourite of all time! by Penny Cunningham