Juliet is learning to live life alone
after the death of her hero husband US Army General Weston.
She knows what she and Weston shared was real love, even if
there was an age difference and his family scorns her as a
gold-digger. She had predicted she would marry him when she
was 13 after all. She has decided she will never love to
that extent again.
Noah has decided that he may have been
the General’s Aide and helper as he died but his widow is
not going to give up on love if he has anything to do with
it. Noah has plans and the first will be to have her see
him as the virile man who has been attracted to her for
When Juliet escapes and finds herself
at a local yarn shop (Malibu & Ewe) what she finds there is
more than companionship and a new hobby. She finds a woman
who looks similar to her and in face she find that she might
have two sisters, who live locally even.
Will Juliet be able to let all these
people into her heart, or is it closed off for good?
While some may see Unravel Me
as a “cougar” story it is only that way due to the fact that
the main character had married older in the first place. I
enjoyed the double plot line of seeing Juliet find love and
a family that she didn’t know about. Additionally, the fact
that it all revolves around a local knitting shop makes it
even more fun. I could easily picture in my mind the
schemes in Malibu & Ewe and how the energy would be catchy.
I also had fun watching how Juliet finally starts to see the
super sexy Noah as more than just a helping hand. I look
forward to the final story in this trilogy. Let your
imagination free and spend some time with the new breed of
knitters at Malibu & Ewe, and the imagination of Christie
Ridgway. Unravel Me is a great summer read.