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The Lightkeeper's Woman
by Mary Burton Harlequin

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0000000000

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards


A story of two hearts searching for the truth of their separation. A story that will make you want to scold both Alanna Patterson and Caleb Pitt for their stubbornness. A story any romance reader will truly enjoy. Alanna Patterson traveled to Easton, North Carolina, for the sole purpose of honoring her father's will--that a box be delivered into the hands of Caleb Pitt. Or so she told herself. But what else could she do? He had refused the package when sent before. Caleb Pitt had returned to the place of his beginnings after his ship sank with all hands except himself, the captain. Disgraced and hurting, he became a lightkeeper on an isolated reef off the coast of North Carolina, a place he could heal and remain alone. And he told himself this was what he wanted, what he needed. And then, Alanna, the woman he'd once loved stepped back into his life and turned it upside down again. Once you begin the tale of Alanna and Caleb, you won't want to stop reading. Talented author, mary Bruton, gives the reader a taste of what it's like to live isolated on a reef with only occasional visits to town, and the strength of the people who live such lives. More than a romance, The Lightkeeper's Woman is a story of change aqnd growth with a depth not found in many such stories. A very good and enjoyable read. Recommended and I hope Ms. burton will soon follow with another.



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