The Wedding Tree by Robin Wells

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National bestselling author Robin Wells weaves a moving epic that stretches from modern-day Louisiana to World War II-era New Orleans and back again in this multigenerational tale of love, loss and redemption.

Hope Stevens thinks Wedding Tree, Louisiana, will be the perfect place to sort out her life and all the mistakes she’s made. Plus, it will give her the chance to help her free-spirited grandmother, Adelaide, sort through her things before moving into assisted living.

Spending the summer in the quaint town, Hope begins to discover that Adelaide has made some mistakes of her own. And as they go through her belongings, her grandmother recalls the wartime romance that left her torn between two men and haunted by a bone-chilling secret. Now she wants Hope’s help in uncovering the truth before it’s too late.

Filled with colorful characters, The Wedding Tree is an emotionally riveting story about passion, shattered dreams, unexpected renewal and forgiveness—not only for others, but for ourselves.
 

About Robin Wells

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Robin Wells is a national bestselling author who’s won the RWA Golden Heart Award, two National Readers’ Choice Awards, the Holt Medallion, and CRW’s Award of Excellence. She lives in Texas.
Author Residence: Robin lives near Houston, TX.
 
Published December 1, 2015 by Berkley. 424 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Wells (Still the One) moves from contemporary romance to a multigenerational epic that begins in contemporary Louisiana and flows back and forth in time with a second story line set in World War II-era New Orleans. At 91, Adelaide McCauley is dying in the hospital, but her mother tells her she ca...

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