Beacon of the Night

Beacon of the Night

Beacon of the Night Rescued from the wreck of his ship in the stormy seas of the Northwest Pacific Ocean Alex finds himself in the care of the lighthouse keeper a woman a beautiful one Sylvia is the keeper of the lighth

  • Title: Beacon of the Night
  • Author: Dawn Luedecke
  • ISBN: 2940011965784
  • Page: 248
  • Format: Nook
  • Rescued from the wreck of his ship in the stormy seas of the Northwest Pacific Ocean, Alex finds himself in the care of the lighthouse keeper a woman a beautiful one Sylvia is the keeper of the lighthouse on the aptly named Destruction Island and the man she rescued soon pulls her into danger and intrigue as the nature of his business is revealed.

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      Published :2019-09-18T05:10:05+00:00

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    Alex is the captain of The Justice and owner of a secret. One day he goes out during a storm and is shipwrecked just off the coast of Washington, rescued by an angel. Could he be dead? Sylvia is one of the most beautiful women he has ever met. Her parents died two months ago and now she is the lighthouse keeper, but not for longThe first few pages of this story didn't impress me, only by the end of the first chapter was when this story got me hooked. Sylvia is a touching character, brave and swe [...]

    “Beacon of the Night” is a touching historical romance that doesn’t lack for action. I liked both protagonists: Alex, the pirate-hunter, is more noble than he gives himself credit for, and Sylvia is everything you’d want in an adventurous woman. I also enjoyed the late nineteenth century Pacific setting. Good read.

    Review by Jen: When I accepted this book for review, I knew it was a novella. In fact, I was looking for a short story. But I didn't expect the book to be only 20 pages. And therein lies the problem with this book. It is very bare bones. The book felt more like a plot outline of a longer story than the full book. In fact, the story wasn't bad there was a lot of promise. As I came to the last page, I found myself wishing that we'd learned more about the characters, spent more time with them, saw [...]

    Enjoyed this :) told in a no nonsense way like you would expect a local legend / fable to be past down through the ages

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