Lighthouse Bay

Lighthouse Bay

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"In 1901, a ship sinks off the coast of Lighthouse Bay in Australia. The only survivor is Isabella Winterbourne--escaping her loveless marriage and the devastating loss of her son--who clutches a priceless gift meant for the Australian Parliament. Suddenly, this gift could be her ticket to a new life, free from the bonds of her husband and his overbearing family. One hundred years later, Libby Slater leaves her life in Paris to return to her hometown of Lighthouse Bay. Living in the cottage that was purchased by her recently passed lover, she hopes to heal her broken heart and reconcile with her sister, Juliet. Libby did something so unforgivable twenty years ago, Juliet is unsure if she can ever trust her sister again. In this adventurous love story spanning centuries, both Isabella and Libby must learn that letting go of the past is the only way to move into the future."--P. [4] of cover.
Publisher: New York : Touchstone Books, 2013
Edition: 1st Touchstone trade paperback ed
Description: 416 pages ; 21 cm
ISBN: 9781451672794
Branch Call Number: Free


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Nov 02, 2013

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Well written and engaging. Love how she wove the two stories together and keeps you wanting to read more. Just checked out her other book and read that till 3 am last night!

Sep 27, 2013

An easy read - well-written with a plot to hold you until the end.

Jul 31, 2013

Kimberley Freeman is a similar writer to Kate Morgan. I read her first book and enjoyed it. This historical novel is almost as good. A bit predictable but it had enough twists in it to keep me reading. A good light read.

May 30, 2013

This book is very similiar to the books written by Kate Morgan; two stories, two time periods ---but with a connection. I would also recommend this to anyone who enjoyed THE LIGHT BETWEEN OCEANS which also featured a lighthouse keeper in Austrailia.

Infolass Oct 31, 2012

Enjoyable engaging book with two stories running parallel set in 1901 and 2011. Probably a bit predictable by the end, it still included a few twists and turns to keep me interested and I was always keen to pick up to read some more. Nominated as a “50 Books you can’t put down” by the Get Reading campaign 2012, this is a great one for women looking to relax over summer.

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