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At Lighthouse Point (Three Sisters Island) (edição 2021)

por Suzanne Woods Fisher (Autor)

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It takes place on Three Sisters Island. Blaine had left for 2 yrs. to figure out her future. She returns with a French man trying to figure out his calling. Cam, her sister, is pregnant and trying to bring a cell phone tower to Island. Locals don't want it. Art I, Blaine's friend, has become a doctor and ignores her. Blaine does not like how her Dad and sister remodeled kitchen. Jean, the Frenchman, keeps getting hurt. Forgiveness, finding purpose in life, babies to be born, and a storm bring about lots of changes. One plan ended for a better one. ( )
  squiresj | Jul 29, 2021 |
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At Lighthouse Point, by Suzanne Woods Fisher, is the third in the Three Sisters Island trilogy. It tells the tale of Blaine Grayson, the youngest of three sisters, who returns home after studying at the Paris' world-famous Cordon Bleu. Determined to forge her own future, Blaine must first fix fissures between her and her family, her former love, and the community at large.

A sweet tale of family and faith, this Three Sisters tale pulls at your heart. With the last word of the last page, I found myself eager to read more of the Grayson family and their island home. ( )
  K_T_C | Jun 13, 2021 |
I was drawn to this story first because I like lighthouses, but kept reading due to the story. Blaine has a good plan, but not all the resources needed to make it work. She wants to remake the family business into a great restaurant, but soon finds out it is not as easy as she first hoped. She also has to modify her plans when she realizes that coming home is not at all as she wants as she has to work with family and old acquaintances to make her dream a reality.

I received a copy to read, the review is mine. ( )
  polarmath | May 31, 2021 |
I was very excited to read this new book in the “Three Sister’s Island” series! I enjoyed the others so much! The family has settled on the island and it has become their home. Paul is still working to develop Camp Kicking Moose into a success.
Blaine has graduated from Le Cordon Bleu in Pairs and returns home excited and anticipating making her dreams come true by turning the camp fine dining destination. Many surprises await her, come good and some not so good. Her sisters are both married and pregnant. They have settled into comfortable lives and work. She is forced back into the reality with her family, the business and life on the island. Blaine is not prepared for some changes her family lovingly with her in mind. They are equally surprised with a Frenchman named Jean Paul she brings home with no explanation of who he is or why.
I love this family! They are so real! Their interactions, drama, misunderstandings bring them to life. With all of them, under one roof, it gets quite chaotic. Add to the mix Blaine, Jean Paul and out of the blue Paul’s Dad shows up. Each one has their own problems and struggles to work through some very serious. Their love and desire to make the relationships succeed was refreshing. No matter what their struggles they always worked it out. I could relate so much with Maddie and her fears and anxiety concerning her husband Rick’s health issues. While I was happy to see many of the characters from previous books, the new one, Jean Paul was my favorite. His ability to listen with his ears and his heart drew me to him. I wish I could talk to him! He inspired me to become a better listener. I liked the way he always directed them to God. His saying, “Pray and release”, will stay with me in my life! His mishaps while sad are hilarious. The author’s descriptiveness of the gorgeous scenery was beautiful. I love nature. The best part of the book was that through all the problems, heartaches, and even frightening events, the characters always turn to God for their strength and guidance. I understand this is the last book of this series, but I so hope Ms. Fisher will write JUST one more!
I received this book from Revell Publishing in exchange for an honest review. The opinions stated are my own. ( )
  Mizroady | May 27, 2021 |
This is the third book in the Three Sisters Island series. What I liked about this series is that it continues the story of the Grayson family. It drops you back into their lives and conveys the feeling of a growing and developing family but no one is left out. Ms. Fisher has woven many lessons into this eloquent story. Each member of the clan is taught something by God. Paul, the dad, learns to listen.”Don’t waste your words, save them for what is truly important.” Cam learns to respect her limitations. Maddie learns that peace comes from giving all her worries to God. Blaine learns: “when friendship blossoms into romance, it’s the best of all.” And they all learn that :”Most things work out in the end if you leave them in a God’s hands and don’t try to meddle: Pray and Release.”
This book had it all: family, friendship, fitting into a community, funny moments, faith and forgiveness. Very realistically portrayed with even a few tense, exciting times.
This series is one I will come back to.
*I received a complimentary copy of this book from the Revell Reads Blogger Program. I was not required to give a favorable review. All opinions are my own.* ( )
  paulashreckhise | May 27, 2021 |
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