The Lighthouse

The Lighthouse When Rachel Westmont inherits a lighthouse from an aunt she didn t even know she had she s overjoyed The news couldn t have come at a better time Newly divorced from a self serving doctor the change

  • Title: The Lighthouse
  • Author: Kat Holmes
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 253
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When Rachel Westmont inherits a lighthouse from an aunt she didn t even know she had, she s overjoyed The news couldn t have come at a better time Newly divorced from a self serving doctor, the change of scenery is just what she needs So she packs up and leaves California for a little island off the coast of Maine.Rachel falls in love with both Star Island and the beautWhen Rachel Westmont inherits a lighthouse from an aunt she didn t even know she had, she s overjoyed The news couldn t have come at a better time Newly divorced from a self serving doctor, the change of scenery is just what she needs So she packs up and leaves California for a little island off the coast of Maine.Rachel falls in love with both Star Island and the beautiful lighthouse and cottage she s inherited But, odd things begin to happen right from the first day Cold chills permeate the cottage and books fly off the shelves And someone seems to be playing pranks on her.But when the ante gets upped and someone tries to kill her, Rachel must turn to hunky local sheriff Craig Lewis for protection Now bodies are turning up, people are getting hurt, and Rachel is starting to suspect her aunt didn t die a natural death Can Craig stop a killer from claiming Rachel as their next victim A little help from a ghost may be in order.

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    1. The Lighthouse is one of those delightful mysteries that has you trying to guess whodunnit before the reveal. It moves along at a leisurely pace, the kind of read you want for a Sunday, which of course, is when I read it.Rachel hasn’t had a good time of it really. Her ex-husband is a complete prat, and I disliked him for his use of Rachel. He married her so he could get through his studies—she paid for his keep etc. while he studied to be a doctor. Once he got what he wanted, he left her—f [...]

    2. The island people made Rachel feel at home and it gave m a warm felling reminding me of some of the small villages I lived in when I was younger. The scenes were written in such a way that I had great visualisation of where I was, what was happening and how Rachel felt.Kat Holmes has written a sexy romance, with a dark mystery to untangle. Rachel blossomed from a shy retiring woman to a strong, determined person not willing to return to her old life when the opportunity is offered to her. Well d [...]

    3. Agatha Christie was a genius. You'd read her books and never guess whodunit. When you returned now knowing whodunit, you'd see the clues and bonk yourself for missing them.That is how I felt about this mystery by Kat Holmes. The clues are all there, but just as you miss them with Dame Christie, you will miss them here too.An excellent read that I highly recommend.

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