Editorial Reviews. Review. Perennial favorite Debbie Macomber does what she does best in 16 Lighthouse Road, introducing fans to the scenic. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Three novels from Debbie Macomber’s Cedar Cover series together in one collection Olivia Lockhart 16 Lighthouse Road. It’s been awhile since I last read a book that made me cry. Although Debbie Macomber’s 16 Lighthouse Road follows the scheme of her.

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There are sad, emotional happenings but not drag-you-down drama. The patients, most of whom were wards of the state, were assigned to a variety of care units across Washington. Actually on second thoughts it’s probably best she stays where she is.

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Starts off with one in fact. Well, you wouldn’t believe the reaction! I feel like this is an important aspect to have in books like these because people can really connect with the characters xebbie and they understand what they are going through.

I think those two resonated with me the most because when I was a Sergeant in the Army, I saw a lot of young couples going through loghthouse same thing not exactly the death of a child, but all the others while trying to adjust and fit into a military life.

Read an Extract Compare Prices. While I loved the writing and characters, I missed not having a main character or plot thread to focus on. She checked at her watch. Then there’s my mother, Charlotte, who has plenty of opinions and is always willing to share them.


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I really want to know what happens to her and her husband. But if he could pretend she wasn’t there, she could do the same thing. Highly recommend, a refreshing book by one of my favorite authors: I mean there is a 22 year old women who uses the word ‘vehicle’ and wears slacks and reads like a year old. You see, I’m inviting you to my home and my town of Cedar Cove because I want you to meet my family, friends and neighbors. Learn more about Amazon Prime. AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally.

Thanks to an article by Jack Griffin, the editor of our local paper and a man I wouldn’t mind seeing more ofeveryone’s talking.

Although I don’t know if I want her asking about alpha males and falling my Tate and Tack. Recently I was hearing a divorce petition. There were several main stories and they all were developed aside from each other but also connected since everybody lives in Cedar Cove. While cramming five different conflicts and five different resolutions in pages does have its disadvantages, a prevailing theme holds them together and ensures an adequate treatment of two sweeping issues: I have many issues with this one.

Debbie Macomber is a 1 New York Times bestselling author and a leading voice in women’s fiction worldwide. The character development throughout her books is astonishing to me. Sitting in the courtroom is her mother Charlotte.

LibraryThing recommendations lihthouse tag cloud. Olivia’s daughter, Justine, plays a big role, as she wrestles with her heart and mind on her relationships with her less than agreeable boyfriend and with a man from her past who throws her for a loop.


One thing I am wondering is if Moon exists in any of the books. Just like a sweet Hallmark movie to debbis me off to sleep!

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The book follows a group of characters who live in a small town in Washington state called Cedar Cove. Several characters are woven together and easily followed. With the people that love you by your side, nothing is impossible. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. She flipped to each person’s point of view, so you were inside nearly everyone’s head at some point. When I’m in the mood for a straightforward romance with warm feelings of home, I now reach for one of Debbie’s books.

The book takes place during world war 2 and so there is a lot of drama going on throughout the book just based off of that aspect. I’m a family court judge and she likes to drop in on my courtroom. I wonder if the author noticed or intended that.

Now all she wanted was out. Some of whom were lurking on the thread I posted on.