The Wedding Garden

The Wedding Garden Are You My Dad The young boy s question shocks Sloan Hawkins Until Sloan realizes he is this child s father Years ago the former bad boy was run out of Redemption Oklahoma where ironically he was

  • Title: The Wedding Garden
  • Author: Linda Goodnight
  • ISBN: 9780373875955
  • Page: 421
  • Format: Paperback
  • Are You My Dad The young boy s question shocks Sloan Hawkins Until Sloan realizes he is this child s father Years ago, the former bad boy was run out of Redemption, Oklahoma, where, ironically, he was thought unredeemable The only people who believed in him were his beloved aunt and Annie Markham, the girl he loved and left behind Now Sloan is back to face his past a Are You My Dad The young boy s question shocks Sloan Hawkins Until Sloan realizes he is this child s father Years ago, the former bad boy was run out of Redemption, Oklahoma, where, ironically, he was thought unredeemable The only people who believed in him were his beloved aunt and Annie Markham, the girl he loved and left behind Now Sloan is back to face his past and help keep his aunt s cherished garden thriving But when he discovers his secret child and that single mother Annie never stopped loving him he s determined that a wedding will take place in the garden nurtured by faith and love.

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    About “Linda Goodnight

    • Linda Goodnight

      NY Times and USA Bestseller, Linda Goodnight writes novels to touch the heart as well as to entertain Her emotional stories of hope have won the RITA , the Carol, the Reviewer s Choice, and numerous other industry awards A small town girl, Linda remains close to her roots, making her home in rural Oklahoma She and husband have a blended family of eight, including two teenagers recently adopted from Ukraine Many of her books are about family and children and rightly so, as she draws her deeply emotional stories from her surroundings, her great love of family, and from personal experiences as a nurse and teacher.Readers may connect with Linda through her website at lindagoodnight or on Facebook and Twitter.



    132 thoughts on “The Wedding Garden

    • Sloan left Redemption under pressure from his high school girlfriend, Annie's, Dad, the town sheriff. Annie was left heartbroken and has never understood why Sloan left on the night they were supposed to attend their high school prom. Annie married on the rebound, and is now divorced and raising her two children as a single Mom. Sloan returns to Redemption to care for his dying Aunt Lydia, who took him in as a young boy. Sloan's father was in jail and his mother left one night never to return. S [...]


    • I was taken with the first book in the Redemption River series and was even more so with the second book, The Wedding Garden. This story has it all: an alpha former bad boy, his true love from high school,gardening (!!!), surprises and suspense.Linda does a wonderful job with detail and had me teary eyed several times over. Her characters come across as honest and true.The Wedding Garden, with its wonderful cast of characters, only made me long for the third in the series which, according to the [...]


    • So thankful for the recommendation! I have ordered the rest of the books in this series! Such a good mix of romance, sad and mystery but happy ending of course. Linda Goodnight is quickly becoming a favorite!!


    • Reviewed onClean Adult Fiction I loved this story!!! It had it all- romance, family, suspense, mystery. It wasn't fast paced but a truly enjoyable read.Sloan had left the town of Redemption long ago thinking it was for the best not knowing he'd left a son behind. Now he was back to see his dying aunt, the only family he had. Annie was the girl he thought he wasn't good enough for and now she was his aunt's at-home nurse. Annie and Sloan had to spend a lot of time around each other as Annie cared [...]


    • While I enjoyed this easy read, I did find the characters constant lack of communication rather annoying "I love him but, oh he could never forgive this or that" or "if only we could be together, but I know she must secretly hate me" Bah. Stupidheads. The random mystery at the end was exciting for the 15 pages or so that it lasted I also find these "born again" (?) books interesting. It's nice I guess how these people can just one day say a prayer and suddenly they "find Jesus" and their entire [...]


    • This is a nice book, a reunion romance. Hero was the town bad boy, son of a single mother who abandoned him, & raised by an aunt. Heroine was the only other person who ever believed in him. Now the aunt is ill, dying, and he's come home to look after her. Heroine is the aunt's hospice care nurse. She's widowed, with a son. Aunt's pride & joy is her garden, which often hosted weddings. Hero decides to restore it for her. Then he learns heroine's son is his, and there are lots of bridges t [...]


    • Great book. This is one of the better Love Inspired books. No wonder it's up for some awards! Ms. Goodnight did a wonderful job of characterization and was great at building romantic tension. The characters kept me turning the pages and the twist at the end was unexpected, making it a satisfying read for someone who normally reads mostly suspense.


    • I have only read 3 books from this author, but her characters come alive in her stories, and her plots are suspenseful. Her books are easy to read and stay true to the Christian romance genre.


    • ©2010ISBN-13: 978-0-373-87595-5 (pp)Steeple Hill Books18 chapters/214 pagesReview—Sloan Hawkins is back in Redemption, the town in which he’d grown up as the bad boy whose father was a murderer and died in prison, whose mother was accused of being “no better than she ought to be” with various riffraff she’d meet at her job at Redemption Diner, and then, when he was 11, skipped town with one of the men, leaving Sloan an orphan. So Aunt Lydia took him in and reared him. And now she’s [...]


    • I would give this book zero stars if I could. I don't read a lot of these Christian romance novels, so I don't have much to compare this to, but I wish I wouldn't have wasted my time. The Characters, dialogue, and setting are completely cliche. The plot is not believable and has a creepy twist that the author doesn't really even hint is in the works. The theology is awful. Lets throw in a couple of "Lord, please help me"s and a conversion experience that happens overnight with absolutely no refe [...]


    • I would actually give this book 3 1/2 stars. I really grew to love all the characters in the book. I had a hard time putting it down and read it in a day and a half. However the two main characters lack of communication with each other and making assumptions that they wouldn't be able to work past their past issues drove me a little nuts. It had a good twist at the end and some unexpected suspense. I enjoyed this quick read.


    • # 2 in Redemption River Series After 12 year Sloan returns to Redemption River to spend time with his dying Aunt. The nurse caring for his Aunt turns out to be is "long lost love". He left town as the "bad seed" of the town and returns home a successful business man, but does anyone really believe he has changed? Sloan/Annie/Aunt Lydia/ Justin


    • Sloan Hawkins was shocked when a young boy asks him "are you my dad!" But he realized it was true. Years ago when he was the former bad boy he was run out of town.he had left the girl that he loved, Annie Markham and now he has to face her and his past.


    • Excellent follow-up to "Finding Her Way Home". I loved getting to know the town of Redemption and its wonderful cast of citizens better. Sloan and Annie have a wonderful story to tell and they do it well.




    • I loved this story. And it's the only modern romance I've enjoyed reading. Definitely looking forward to the next in the series.


    • I had no idea this was the second book in a series. I obviously read it anyway and thought it was a fun easy read. It can definitely stand alone without reading the first book.





    • This book is an easy read; however, at times it was hard to keep interested. The Wedding Garden by Linda Goodnight is about a family healing that is touching.


    • This is by far the best series you will ever read!! I have read them like 10 times and will probably read them 10 more!!!






    • I really like the genre of Christian romances, and this was one of the better ones! A mysterious angle, the ending surprised me!


    • I didn't realize this was a Christian book, which was fine, I just got it free in the mail, and I didn't really know the genre, but enjoyed itte love story.



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