Great characters, makes you want to live in the town. Makes you want to know what happens next in their lives.
Just Started this series, was surprised by the religious aspect of this series so far but it's not over the top so it reads well. I'm enjoying it and it's been easy to keep the characters and their relationship to others straight to follow the "life" of everyone in Cape Light.
This was a very captivating book. I enjoyed it very much.
Another in the series Cape Light! I can't put them down and am eager for the next!
First book of Kinkade I have read and am looking forward to reading all of his books.
A very heartwarming book. I really enjoyed it.
Mayor Emily Warwick can't remember the last time she let herself dream. Her days are consumed by responsibilities of the job & the incessant demands of her elderly mother. And there's her younger sisiter, Jess, who is about to marry a man their mother despises. Emily has 2 months to bring her mother around, but so far the plan isn't working. And it doesn't help that Emily's still mourning the husband she lost & wondering what happened to the baby she gave up for adoption 20 yrs. ago. Sometimes she thinks it would take a miracle to fill the hole in her heart.... Good story
Very good reading - first fiction book I have read by Kinkade - enjoyed very much.
Caught up in the responsibilities of her job and the incessant demands of her elderly mother, mayor Emily Warwick doesn't allow herself to dream. Then there's her younger sister Jessica, who's about to walk down the aisle with a man their mother despises. It doesn't help that Emily's still mourning the husband she lost and wondering what happened to the baby she gave up for adoption twenty years ago. Sometimes she thinks it would take a miracle to fill the hole in her heart.
But miracles do happen in Cape Light. You just have to close your eyes--and believe in your dreams.
very good, very light reading, reminds me of the simpler life in the country
#2 in a series about relationships, love, family, etc in a small town.
Another of the Cape Light Novels. very good reading, as is the whole series.
If you are driving along the new England Coast you will come to the village of Cape Light. Neighbors help neighbors. People have the time the appreciate God's blessings every day. Their lives are not without disapointment-even heartbreak. But there is something special about this town. Once you come, you won't want to leave.
As I mentioned in my review of Cape Light, I didnt totally love that book. And while I didnt *love* this one either, I liked it quite a bit more than the first book. I felt like I was meeting back up with people I hadnt seen in awhile some of which I wasnt so fond of but old acquaintances and friends alike.
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I loved this story and series. Cape Light is the kind of place where you'd like to spend some time getting to know its inhabitants and enjoy the scenery. It's a town where people hold secrets and pain in their hearts as well as their secret longings. But it's also about people trying to get through the everyday struggles of living and working together. Of course there are those who rub you wrong, as the case is with Charlie, who is not only running against Emily for Mayor, but is doing so in an underhanded manner. And then there is her mother, Lilian, who is against Emily's sister Jessica, who plans to marry Sam.. Lillian thinks that Sam isn't good enough for her daughter. They are characters you might judge at first glance, but come to realize the pain and guilt that compels them to act as they do. Much like real people react to mistakes they've made. This story holds secrets to the way we can respond in a positive or negative way to our wrong choices and how they affect others. This is a wonderful read!