A Lighthouse Point - Book Review

  Disclaimer: I received the following product(s) in exchange for my review. All opinions my own.

  A Lighthouse Point by Suzanne Woods Fisher is #3 in the Three Sisters Island series; a contemporary romance featuring around the youngest sister of the Grayson Girls, Blaine Grayson, who is an aspiring chef, returned from a long journey in France. Upon her return, Blaine has her heart set on updating the family campgrounds: Camp Kicking Moose. But when she arrives, she finds that the Moose Manor's kitchen, her territory, has already been remodeled. That's just the beginning of things for her, when she finds that so much had changed since she has been away. This book unwinds the story of Blaine, why she left for France, what took her so long to return, and everything in between.

   I previously had the opportunity to read the second book in the Three Sisters Island series, so I really enjoyed getting to read #3 in the series. I love reading about the Grayson sisters and following along on their journey through life. Learning more about Blaine and the ups and downs of her life gave me a better understanding for her personality and the experiences she faces. She feels emotions deeply and has always carried her heart on her sleeve while trying to disguise it from others. I love how she confronts her thoughts and dreams in this book. It was a great read that I thoroughly enjoyed once again!
   You can find A Lighthouse Point available for purchase on Amazon in Paperback, Hardbook, Kindle or Audiobook.

 This post is made possible by the Revell Reads Program in providing me with a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions my own. 

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