- Unknown Binding: 359 pages
- Publisher: Jove Books (January 1, 2002)
- Language: English
- ASIN: B002G0CNP2
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (112 customer reviews)
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His books describe this little town and the people who live there as well as his paintings describe the cottages and the seashores, all with the wonderful light.
Emily's sister, Jessica, doesn't expect to make Cape Light her home: it's just a temporary situation for her while she's helping her sister take care of their mother, almost 99% rotten Lillian. Again - Kinkade uses his paint strokes magically to reveal something sparkly light about this seemingly never happy, sour-faced woman that a stranger to the little town manages to view a peek of. But Jessica never planned to meet someone like Sam, who seems to have a hold on her heart from the very start, though she may not realize it in time... even when the answer seems to stare her in the face, it may be too late to make amends. There are many disasters/painful problems or just plain messes that occur in the book, and what Sam says in the middle of the first mess (he is putting in a window for Jessica in her office at work and there is plaster dust all over the place) seems to ring true through the whole book: It'll get worse before it gets better!Read more ›
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If you like to read about the mother from hell--read this. One issue in the book is never resolved which of course means that you have to read the next sequel if you want to know... Read morePublished 1 month ago by gleem
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I really have enjoyed the first book in the series. You are easily pulled into the lives of the people and the beautiful, quaint town. Thank you for carrying the series. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Candace Hunsberger