Image of The Welcome Home Garden Club


Image of The Welcome Home Garden Club

Twilight, Texas, once again weaves its charmed spell around separated sweethearts. With a good number of interesting and diverse characters, both new and old, a bit of a mystery and a wounded hero, Wilde creates a compassionate story containing some tears, some laughter and a warm-hearted ending.

Caitlyn Marsh believes that J. Foster Goodnight was behind the death of her high school sweetheart, Green Beret Gideon Garza. So she’s shocked when Gideon shows up at Goodnight’s funeral. Caitlyn has been commissioned to create a garden to honor him, while Gideon has returned to find closure over the death of Goodnight, the father who never acknowledged him until he was on his deathbed. Learning that he has a son with Caitlyn changes Gideon’s plans. Wounded in both body and spirit, can Gideon find healing in Twilight and the love he thought he’d lost? (AVON, Apr., 400 pp., $7.99)
Reviewed by: 
Susan Mobley