Tuesday, January 19, 2010

The Lightkeeper's Daughter book review

The Lightkeeper's Daughter by Colleen Coble

Addie Sullivan grew up as the daughter of a lightkeeper in Northern California totally unaware of her true identity. One stormy night not long after Addie’s father has passed away, an injured stranger showed up at the lighthouse. The stranger insisted that Addie was not who she thought she was but was actually the long lost daughter of a very wealthy family, the Eatons. Addie also discovers that someone has been paying her adoptive parents for years for her keep. Even though Addie fears she may not be welcome she agrees to become the nanny and teacher to Mr. Henry Eaton’s grandson, Edward. In pursuit of her true identity and her real family, Addie leaves her lighthouse home and finds romance, mystery and danger along the way.
The plot was good but a little predictable in areas. The suspense of the book was fairly good although not a “nail biter”; I had no idea who was trying to kill her until almost the end of the book. At that point it became clear and that’s OK. I’m not much into romance books but if you are then you would probably enjoy the book.
*This book was provided to me at no charge for review through the Thomas Nelson Book Review Blogger Program.

To buy this book go to www.amazon.com

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