At Lighthouse Point by Suzanne Woods Fisher

At Lighthouse Point

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Blaine Grayson returns to Three Sisters Island with a grand plan–to take Camp Kicking Moose to the next level. Her dream starts to unravel when she discovers Moose Manor’s kitchen has been badly remodeled by her sister, Cam, who doesn’t know how to cook. Added to that blow is the cold shoulder given by her best friend, Artie Lotosky, now a doctor to the unbridged Maine islands. As old wounds are opened, Blaine starts to wonder if she made a mistake by coming home. Little by little, she must let go of one dream to discover a new one, opening her heart to a purpose and a future she had never imagined. Bestselling author Suzanne Woods Fisher invites you back to the coast of Maine for a story that reminds you to release what doesn’t matter and cling to what does: faith, family, and friendships.
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Return to Three Sisters Island and Camp Kicking Moose for the conclusion to the series and some laugh-out-loud moments! Suzanne Woods Fisher’s, At Lighthouse Point, is book #3 and focuses on the youngest sister, Blaine. As the youngest of the three sisters, everyone treats her as the baby offering her unwanted advice and never trusting her to do anything on her own. Blaine comes home from two years of being in France to prove that she is independent, strong and capable of building her own dreams.

While all of the characters from previous books make appearances, a new character is introduced, Jean-Paul. He accompanies Blaine home from France and together they have a story to tell. He is on a journey of his own and adds so much life to the storyline. Several times I laughed out loud when his character was involved in a “situation”. He also brings his wisdom and deep thoughts in helping the characters find truth.

The book is categorized as a romance, but that storyline was slim and a bit lacking. Although I do think it was done intentionally by the author in order to bring to light the strength and independence of Blaine’s character. The tension between the two characters, Blaine and Artie, lasts for most of the book, but then wraps up rather quickly in the end. If I had any critique, it would be to introduce the reconciling a bit sooner in order to see the romance bloom.

All in all, this book was a great start to my summer reads! It is fun and lighthearted while also carrying depth and wisdom throughout. If you like Hallmark movies with a bit of heart, some quirkiness and beautiful settings, then this is an excellent choice. The books do not need to be read in order, but I do recommend reading all 3. They are worthy of sitting on your shelf!


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