Book Reviews

Book Review: AT LIGHTHOUSE POINT

I wasn’t sure what to expect from Suzanne Woods Fisher’s, At Lighthouse Point. My interest tends to veer towards either Christian suspense or Christian romance. While this book contains elements of romance, I would not classify it as such, considering that Blaine’s romantic interests are not the focal point of the story. As far as the plot was concerned, I was skeptical.

My initial impression of this book was wrong. From the beautiful setting on an island in Maine, to the culinary flair, At Lighthouse Point was delightfully charming! It follows the perspectives of three sisters—Cam, Maddie, and Blaine—as well as their dad, Paul, while including flashbacks to Blaine’s younger years. It took me a little time to remember the full cast, but once I got into it, I quite enjoyed it. I was able to follow along and understand the story without having read the previous two books within the series.

If you’re looking for a relaxing summer read that is family-focused and follows a variety of characters, consider this book. It is clean and interesting with some insightful quotes from Blaine’s French friend, Jean-Paul. Smell the seawater, taste Blaine’s freshly-cooked food, and meet a family that learns relatable life lessons.

*I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.