The Lighthouse

The Lighthouse

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by Mary Schramski
     
 

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I've never been close with my father…

Even though I'm his only child. We were both held together by my mother, the warm, dancing flame attracting the quiet moths. Dad was always on the other side of the sun; I could never reach him.

Now Mom's gone. It's Christmas. And my unapproachable father is chasing a wild, crazy, impossible

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I've never been close with my father…

Even though I'm his only child. We were both held together by my mother, the warm, dancing flame attracting the quiet moths. Dad was always on the other side of the sun; I could never reach him.

Now Mom's gone. It's Christmas. And my unapproachable father is chasing a wild, crazy, impossible dream. He's putting everything he has into restoring an old, abandoned lighthouse that Mom loved.

Yet, after a while, something about restoring the landmark started to make sense. Because in the glow of that beacon, a wife and mother was not gone, but instead was showing her two most treasured people the way toward peace.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781459244115
Publisher:
Harlequin
Publication date:
05/15/2012
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
384
File size:
834 KB

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The Lighthouse (Harlequin Next #19) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Eight months ago forty-two years old Christine McGuire¿s mother died in a car accident. The realtor has not returned home since though her father grieves his loss by himself and could use support for that matter so could Christine as mom was the glue that kept the family together. Deciding to see her dad over the Christmas holidays, Christine wants to forge a closer relationship with him. Joe feels the same way as he knows he blew the past when he was never there for his daughter. However, though they share the same objective, love one another and still mourn the loss of a loved one, neither can take the first step out of their roles to reinvent their relationship. --- This deep look at father daughter relationships between two adults is as profound a tale that a reader will find because the two lead protagonists know what they want and know what they must do, but neither can do it for fear of rejection. By switching perspectives, fans not only understand the motives to not take that first tentative step, but also a strong comprehension of how they felt towards the late matriarch. --- Harriet Klausner