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Paperback  Õ Sarah's Garden Kindle Ü Quite by accident, Sarah King has fallen in love But this love is forbidden, and could cost her everything she holds dearTucked into the majesty of Pennsylvania s Allegheny Mountains is a garden Sarah King has been nurturing for years She never feels alive than when she is alone with her thoughts and her Creator among the delicate rows of plants But then duty calls her away from her beloved garden and into a world she knows little aboutGrant Williams, a handsome young veterinarian, has left the city to open a rural practice among the Amish Within minutes of meeting shy but feisty Sarah King, he is captivated by herAs their feelings grow for one another, Sarah insists they can never be together Marrying Grant would mean being uprooted from her home, her family, and her community Throughout the cold Pennsylvania winter, with her garden tucked away until spring, Sarah begins crafting a quilt that illustrates her pain Can anything lasting blossom from a love that s forbidden

10 thoughts on “Sarah's Garden

  1. Renate Renate says:

    This book has the best romantic tension I have ever read although technically I listened to it on audiobook The author builds such an incredible attraction between the two main characters, and even though the story is really pure, you could feel the heat between them, the potential That being said, I did get a little frustrated with the male lead for what I felt was

  2. Susan Susan says:

    I loved this book Uplifting Looking forward to hearingby this author.

  3. Lorie Lorie says:

    Sarah s Garden by Kelly Long is the first book in her A Patch of Heaven series Sarah King is a 20 year old, shy Amish woman who loves her garden Sarah s sister, who previously ran the family s stand, got married and Sarah s parents decide that Sarah will take over the stand Sarah can t imagine it since she is so shy and spends most of her time by herself in her garden

  4. Beth Beth says:

    There is nothing like a long recovery to help distinguish in one s mind the difference between a good and bad author I ve always been an avid reader of both Christian and secular fiction but after these last weeks, I m thinking I am now an expert Sarah s Garden will top the lists It s a great read, and I highly recommend it For me, there are few authors who can compete

  5. Bluerose& Bluerose& says:

    I really enjoyed Sarah s Garden This is the first Amish book I have ever read, though, so if you ve read a lot of Amish books, my review might not be the best one to go by I loved reading about a simpler life, and Sarah s garden and quilting adventures It was a reminder for me not to place so much importance on worldly possessions I will always love my power and hot show

  6. Heather Heather says:

    My first Kelly Long book was Lilly s Wedding Quilt which I received in exchange for a book review I LOVED it It was instantly one of my favorite books So when I bought Sarah s Garden I had high expectations I enjoyed going back and reading the story of Sarah and Grant as they are referenced in the second book It helped to see the beginning of the story though by no means

  7. Barbara Barbara says:

    Sarah s Garden is the first in Kelly Long s Patch of Heaven series When the Amish Juliet meets the Englisch Romeo, there are fireworks They come from two different worlds, but can they make things work Shy Sarah King, sent to take her turn at the family s roadside stand, growsover the summer than what can be raised in her garden Dr Grant Williams, the new veterinarian to t

  8. Becky Pinson Becky Pinson says:

    I must say, for an Amish book, this was quite spicey Loved it Also my first audio book

  9. Lisa Lisa says:

    Parts of the plot and some of the descriptions of Sarah s beauty were a bit silly but Amish Romance is my comfort reading and this had everything I could possible ask for It was so cozy and sweet I can t get enough, so I m going straight into the next part of the series

  10. Rachel Brand Rachel Brand says:

    Sarah buries her shyness in her garden, nurturing her plants with her God given gift and love of the land But when her sister marries and leaves the family farm, Sarah has to step into her shoes and tend the vegetable stall Initially scared at the prospect of having to deal with people especially Englishers on a regular basis, Sarah soon finds that she s enjoying herself Espe

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