Book Reviews of The Lighthouse (Harlequin Next)

The Lighthouse (Harlequin Next)
The Lighthouse - Harlequin Next
Author: Mary Schramski
ISBN-13: 9780373880690
ISBN-10: 0373880693
Publication Date: 11/1/2005
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 14 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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I really enjoyed this book. It is about a young woman whose mother had recently been killed in a car accident. She and her mother had been very close, but she had always been distant from her father. She now lives in another city, but decides to come home for Christmas to try to get to know her father better. The book goes on to tell about how she renews friendships, how she deals with new relationships, and how her life changes. I usually don't read Harlequin books, but this is a good one.
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Great little book about a woman coming home to find her father trying to restore an old lighthouse in memory of his dead wife.
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I've never been close with may father...Even though I'm his only child. We were both held together by my mother, the warm dancing flame attracting the quiet moth. Dad was always on the other side of the sun. I could never reach him.

Now Mom's gone. It's Christmas. And my unapproachable father is chasing a wild, crazy impossible dream. He's putting everything he has into restoring an old, abandoned lighthouse that Mom loved.

Yet, after a while, something about restoring the landmark started to make sense. Because in the glow of that beacon a wife and mother was not gone, but instead was showing her two most treasured people the way toward peace.
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Good quick read!

I've never been close with my father...

Even though I'm his only child. We were both held together by my mother, the warm, dancing flame attracting the quiet moths. Dad was always on the other side of the sun; I could never reach him.

Now Mom's gone. It's Christmas. And my unapproachable father is chasing a wild, crazy, impossible dream. He's putting everything he has into restoring an old, abandoned lighthouse that Mom loved.

Yet, after a while, something about restoring the landmark started to make sense. Because in the glow of that beacon, a wife and mother was not gone, but instead was showing her two most treasured people the way toward peace.
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Good story
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A very nice, quick read. Lovely storyline. Well done!
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very good quick read book.
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Great read!