Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Abigail's Secret By Marilyn Turk


Newly widowed mother Abby Baker goes home to Hope Harbor to help her ailing mother and restart her life. Weighed down by grief and fear of failure, she wishes she had the strength of her grandmother, who raised a young child alone while taking on the role of lighthouse keeper after her husband drowned. What was the secret of Granny Abigail’s strength?

Carson Stevens is a lighthouse enthusiast who has bought the deteriorating Hope Island lighthouse to restore it and turn it into a bed-and-breakfast. When he meets Abby, he wants the attractive granddaughter of the former keepers to be part of the restoration. 

As Abby and Carson work together, they uncover clues to a family secret that threatens to change Abby’s life forever. But someone is trying to sabotage their efforts at restoration.

Renovating the old lighthouse is Abby and Carson’s goal, but as they grow closer, they discover that what they’ve really needed is a renovation of their hearts.
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Marilyn Turk's roots are in the coastal South, born and raised in Louisiana, now a Florida resident. An award-winning author, she calls herself a "literary archaeologist" because she loves to discover stories in history that her fictional characters can experience. A fascination for lighthouses spawned her popular weekly lighthouse blog, and inspired her to write Lighthouse Devotions. She has published two World War II era historical suspense novels, the four-book Coastal Lights Legacy series set in the 1800's South, "The Wrong Survivor" in the Great Lakes Lighthouse Brides collection, and "Love's Cookin' at the Cowboy Cafe" in the Crinoline Cowboys collection.

My Thoughts...
First lets talk about this cover... I love it. Anything with a lighthouse has me very intrigued. 
I am not going to give away anything in this review. I don't want to tell you any secrets. I will say this you need to grab ab copy and find out about Abigail's Secret.
I gave this book 4 stars.
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