Author: Colleen Coble
Publisher: Thomas Nelson
Age rating: 12 & up
Addie Sullivan lives a quiet life in a California lighthouse. After the recent death of her father, Addie feels the unloved and unwanted. Until one stormy night in 1907, when a injured stranger comes knocking on the lighthouse door with a secret that turns Addie's world upside down. Believed to be the the long, lost daughter of Henry Eaton, Addie goes to the Eaton estate, as a governess, looking for the truth. While keeping her identity a secret, Addie finds a love like no other but dark force are at work. Romance,Suspense, Mystery, even action, all against the beautiful backdrop of the California redwoods.
Pros: It's well written and the story moves at a good pace. God is constant in the plot yet not preachy or pious.
Cons: At first the characters are not realistic and the romance lacks feeling and depth.
Though the first several chapters of The Lightkeepers Daughter lacks realistic feeling, the historical detail and suspenseful mystery, keep the readers interest. By chapter seven, things gets much better. When conflict is thrown into the plot, the characters seem to come to life. Addie's faith in God wavers but never goes out, even in the face of malicious intentions. The mystery is thrilling and will keep you guessing till the end. Mrs. Coble weaves God through out the plot in such away that, your faith is challenged and strengthened. The truth of the words lasting long after you've finished the book. A nice beach read that will grip the reader from chapter seven, on.
The Lightkeepers Daughter is the first installment in The mercy Falls series
*Disclaimer* I mean no disrespect to any author and/or readers. I'm just expressing my honest opinion . I am not paid to review books by the authors and/or the publisher. Thank You Thomas Nelson , for providing me a review copy
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