The Lightkeeper's Daughter
Reviewed by Cindy Loven
Set in the early 1900's, The Lightkeeper's Daughter is a story of romance and unconditional love. Addie Sullivan, raised as the lightkeeper's daughter finds out when she is twenty five years old, that she is actually the daughter of a very rich man. Brought into the man's home to serve as a governess for his grandson, while her history is being investigated, Addie falls in love with the little boy. A child with epilepsy, who the grandparents love deeply, but are also ashamed of, Addie loves the little boy unconditionally.
There is however the matter of the father of the little boy, Lt. John North. The attraction Addie feels toward him is instant, in fact she believes it might be love at first sight.
Follow this wonderful story as it unfolds, revealing whether Addie has found her true love or not. 306 pages, $14.99 US 4 stars.
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