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The Lightkeeper's Daughter

The Lightkeeper's Daughter A Mercy Falls Novel

By Colleen Coble
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.12 Stars

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On 5/18 ForstRose wrote: Coble deftly intertwines the threads of mystery, suspense, history and just a hint of romance into a tapestry of light and shadows rife with characters that draw the reader into Coble's narrative of life on the Pacific coast as well as Julia's struggle to reclaim the past that was ripped from her before ... ~ Bibliophile's Retreat ~ Reviews & Miscellaneous Bookish Musings… Home Site Intro Reviews Author Interviews Pre-Views Excerpts Giveaways Notes Contact Recent Posts ~Mailbox Monday / In My Mailbox~ May 16 The Lightkeeper’s Ball by Colleen Coble – FIRST WildCard The Lightkeeper’s Ball by Colleen Coble – My Review The Girl In the Gatehouse by Julie Klassen – My Review The Ale Boy’s Feast by Jeffrey Overstreet – My Review INSPY Awards Bibliophile’s Retreat Button BR Logo Copy Code below to Grab the button: <a href=""><img alt="BR Logo" src= "" style="border: 1px solid #663300: title="BR Logo" class="aligncenter"></a> Search Only Book Blogger Sites See Fyrefly's Book Blogs Search - About Page for info and listing of sites included. The form below uses this custom search engine. Book Blogs Search Engine Gadgets powered by Google Barnes & Noble Affiliate Link Logo 120x60 Reviewer Disclosure – FTC Required Many of the books reviewed on this blog are received from publishers, publicists, or authors for review purposes. There will be a notice at the end of any review or other promotional post stating the provenance of said books as of Dec 2009 in order to comply with new FTC regulations. All Amazon links are required by the Blog Tour groups in which posts they appear and I am not compensated for any purchases made through those links. The Barnes and Noble links throughout this blog are however affiliate links which means I get a very paltry sum if the books are purchased during a session initiated from an affiliate link. Regardless of any affiliate links or other purchase links posted, the books received do not influence my reviews. My reviews have been and will remain my honest opinions. If there seem to be an inordinate amount of "rave reviews" that would be because I drop books like the plague if they don't hold my interest. There isn't time to be wasting with books I have to struggle to finish. Other Bookish Sites Quiverfull Family Click to see the latest book reviews of independent book bloggers. Not A Day Goes By Blog Awards Bodacious Blogging Book Reviewers Award - Click for Nominee List Butterfly Award Click for Nominee List Premio Dardos Blog Award - Click for Nominee List I Love Your Blog - Click for Nominee List The Lightkeeper’s Daughter (Mercy Falls #1) by Colleen Coble – My Review

ForstRose's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/14 Annette Irby wrote: This was my first Colleen Coble read and her first historical, so we’re both trying something new. Her romance thread is highly enjoyable. I liked how the hero and heroine were “allowed” to build their relationship throughout the story, rather than waiting for everything to come together at the ... The Lightkeeper's Daughter by Colleen Coble

Annette's Rating:

3 Stars

On 3/16 JacobsBeloved wrote: Book Details:The Lightkeeper's Daughter (A Mercy Falls Novel)by Colleen CobleGenre: Christian RomancePublished 2009, Thomas NelsonPaperback, 306 pagesISBN: 9781595542670Synopsis:"At a lavish estate in Mercy Falls, California, Addie Sullivan finds danger-and quite possibly the love of her life.Growing ... Review: The Lightkeeper's Daughter by Colleen Coble

JacobsBeloved's Rating:

3 Stars

On 3/9 Brendasue wrote: Book review of the book: The Lightkeeper’s daughter, by Colleen Coble (This book was given to me through the book review programm: Booksneeze, you can find it here: Addie Sullivan grew up in a lighthouse in California around the beginning of the 1900s. She never ...

Brendasue's Rating:

5 Stars

On 3/5 Vicki Little wrote: The story, written by Colleen Coble, is based around Addie Sullivan, a beautiful girl living a quiet life with her parents until a her father dies and leaves her with an angry mother....until a knock at the door. That visitor brings a shocking message that turns Addie's life upside down and guides her ... The Lightkeeper's Daughter-Better than expected!

Vicki's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/13 Mommy's Minute wrote: Addie Sullivan grew up among the salty shores of the Pacific Ocean. The only child of the lighthouse caretaker and his wife, Addie never questioned her life until one day a stranger arrives at her family's door. Addie's quest to unravel the mystery of her past is the premise of this Christian mystery/romance. If ... The Lightkeeper's Daughter by Colleen Coble

Mommy's Minute's Rating:

1 Stars

On 2/8 Michelle Sutton wrote: The Lightkeeper's Daughter was an incredible story and I loved it. Full of romance and mystery, it kept me reading and I couldn't put it down. Seriously. John was the dreamiest hero ever! I loved him and how he treated Addie. She was a great heroine, too. She loved the Lord and it was evident in her ... My review of The Lightkeeper's Daughter by Colleen Coble

Michelle Sutton's Rating:

5 Stars

On 2/4 Shannon Stoltz wrote: Christian book publisher, Thomas Nelson, recently sent me a complimentary review copy of  The LightKeeper’s Daughter by Colleen Coble as part of their BookSneeze program. The book came right around Christmas, in perfect time for me to take some time to kickback and do some reading just for me. ... Review: The LightKeeper’s Daughter by Colleen Coble

Shannon's Rating:

4 Stars

On 2/2 Amy Jacobs wrote: THE LIGHTKEEPER'S DAUGHTERAuthor: Colleen CobleSource: Publisher *I received this book free of charge in exchange for an honest review*Paperback: 320 pagesPublisher: Thomas Nelson (January 12, 2010)Language: EnglishISBN-10: 1595542671ISBN-13: 978-1595542670SYNOPSIS: At a lavish estate in Mercy Falls, ... THE LIGHTKEEPER'S DAUGHTER by Colleen Coble

Amy's Rating:

2 Stars

On 1/20 Teresa Brown wrote: 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 ... The Lightkeeper's Daughter

Teresa's Rating:

3 Stars