Lisa Wingate is a New York Times best-selling author of more than 30 novels. Her stories are deeply personal, exploring complex family relationships and dealing with themes of faith, hope, and forgiveness. Wingate’s books have been translated into more than 20 languages, and she has received numerous awards and recognitions for her work. Here is a list of Lisa Wingate books in order:
1. Talk of the Town (2019): This is the story of two women who journey to the small town of Lark Creek, Texas, to uncover secrets that have been hidden for decades. The two women must confront their own pasts in order to discover the truth.
2. Before We Were Yours (2017): This is the story of a 12-year-old girl named Rill who is forced to leave her family and live in a Tennessee orphanage. As she grows up, she discovers the truth about her past, and is determined to find her family.
3. The Sea Keeper’s Daughter (2015): This is the story of a woman named Hannah, who returns to her childhood home on the North Carolina coast to care for her ailing father. As she learns more about her family’s history and secrets, she discovers the true meaning of home.
4. Drenched in Light (2014): This is the story of a young girl named Lucille, who is struggling to find her place in a world filled with violence and poverty. As she learns more about her family’s past, she discovers a newfound strength and courage that she never knew she had.
5. The Story Keeper (2013): This is the story of a young woman named Annie, who discovers a mysterious book in her family’s attic. As she reads the book, she discovers the truth about her family’s history, and the power of faith and love.
6. Tending Roses (2008): This is the story of a woman named Kate, who discovers that her grandmother’s rose garden holds the key to understanding her own life. As she tends the roses, she discovers the power of family, faith, and forgiveness.
7. Firefly Island (2007): This is the story of a woman named Lacey, who returns to her childhood home on an isolated island in the Pacific Northwest. As she learns more about her family’s past, she discovers a newfound strength and courage to face her future.