This is a story that takes place on Presque Isle, Michigan. There is a lighthouse romance and pirates. Who would have thought there were pirates in Michigan on a Great Lake. I had never read anything about that before. This really kept my interest throughout the whole book. There were some twists and turns that helped the romance and hurt it. People need to learn to talk and listen. I really look forward to reading more in this series called Beacons of Hope. I received this through Bethany House for a fair and honest opinion.http://www.librarything.com/work/15476330/117987856
Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0764212370, Paperback)
Presque Isle, Michigan
What Is the Secret That Could Shipwreck Both of Their Lives?
All Emma Chambers ever wanted was a home, but when her steamboat sinks just outside Presque Isle, she’s left destitute and with no place to stay.
An unlikely solution arises when the lighthouse keeper arrives in town. He’s just lost his wife and is having a difficult time caring for his child. So a traveling preacher gets the idea that the keeper and Emma might be the answer to each other’s dilemma. After a hasty marriage, she finds herself heading to the lighthouse with this handsome but quiet stranger. Nothing in her aimless life, though, has prepared her for parenting a rambunctious toddler, as well as managing a household.
Emma soon suspects Patrick may be hiding something from her, and then she hears a disturbing rumor about the circumstances surrounding his late wife’s death. It seems as if her wish for a home and family of her own could end up leading her once more into turbulent waters.
I don’t usually enjoy plain romances that but but I can’t say that now. This was so good. I laughed on almost every page. Katie and Brady were great together. It was fun to see how small towns and big towns can be equal when it comes to marriages. It would have been fun to win a designer wedding dress. I look forward to the next book in the series. I received this book from Revell reads for a fair and honest opinion.http://www.librarything.com/work/15911241/117986659
This was a great story about finding the tomb of the Queen of Sheba. I liked the characters but did not love them. The historical part of the story was my favorite. I wanted that to keep going on. The modern day stuff was a little slow for me until the last part and then it was great. I look forward to reading more books by H. B. Moore. I received this ebook from ebooksforreview.com for a fair and honest opinion.
This was one of my favorite stories in this series in a long time. This one just flowed so well. I hope he writes many more like this one.
This is a well written story that made me laugh and cry.. It takes place after WWII when Benjamin comes home and soon meets Delia. They marry and live on a farm with his dad. Many things happen in their lives that are happy and sad. I loved the story.. I received this from ebook for review for a fair and honest opinion.
This had some interesting ideas on how to lower your pain. He says to do many different things before doing surgery. Try exercise and certain types of food that are good for your blood type. I received this book through book fun.org for a fair and honest opinion.
This is the fourth and final book in the Restoration series. One doe not need to read the first three to enjoy this story. I have not read any of the first three but still enjoyed this one. This is kind of a prodigal son story but still well done. I liked Doug and his family but was not too fond of his friends that partied all the time. I look forward to reading the other books in this series to learn more about this family. I received this book from Revell Reads for a fair and honest opinion.