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Lighthouse Brides by Andrea Boeshaar
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Aug 28, 2009

it was amazing
bookshelves: christian-romance
Read in January, 2007

This is a historical Christian romance. It contains four short novellas about less than 100 pages each. These books are about people finding their faith and finding love.

The first story is about a girl who believes her call is to tend the light. But when Ian falls in love with her and she falls in love with him, she begins to question what she is supposed to do with her life.

The second story is about a widowed captain who is ready to retire to a life on land. His daughter and him make through their last ride only because of the lighthouse keeper. She turns out to be the same person who has volunteered her house to him because the hotel was full. She has a few secrets of her own and Cade is willing to help her solve her problems.

The third story is about a couple in love. The boy is from a rich family and his fiancee is not. He works for his father as a captain. He goes on one last trip but does not return in time. Will he return alive? Will his family disown him? Will they never get alone with his choice bride?

The fourth story is about a widowed mother who married to early in life and was diwowned by her parents. She has no friends until a captain comes by to thank her for tending the light. This captain falls in love with her and her son, but he resolved never to marry. Does he have a choice when he finds out she went home?

These novels are filled with Christian lessons. If you do not enjoy reading romances that have Christian undertones, this book is not for you.

I recommend because the stories are endearing and informative of the life of a lighthouse keeper.

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