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The Lightkeeper's Daughter (2009)

by Colleen Coble(Favorite Author)
3.93 of 5 Votes: 1
1595542671 (ISBN13: 9781595542670)
Thomas Nelson
Mercy Falls
review 1: The Lightkeeper's Daughter was an enjoyable day's read; despite it is what I consider a fluff story. It offers a bit of intrigue, a bit of romance, a bit of history. I liked the setting and timing of the story: lighthouses and the early 20th-century.Colleen Coble's Christian message is trusting God. Her heroine gets into some scrapes, of course, and she chooses to trust God to get her through them. I felt this was handled perhaps a little too simplistically, ending of course as a happily-ever-after story.
review 2: This is the first in the Mercy Falls Series … and I thoroughly enjoyed Addie's story. On a fateful day, she learns that that she is not the child of the couple who has raised her at Battery Point Lighthouse … that she has another life she's nev
... moreer known of. The fun begins then as she is taken back and reintroduced to a family who thought her drowned at sea. Mysteries soon kick in, a little intrigue and suspense, and a nice love story. You will love Addie's character and how she impacts the life of others. … A nice line near the end: "Dady to day dependence on God was lall she needed to flourish." less
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Not quite bad enough to make me quit reading, not nearly good enough to make it worth my while.
GREAT book. Don't listen to any of those negative comments :P
Loved the setting of this novel.
Great mystery.
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