The Inn at Angel Island

The Inn at Angel Island

Large Print - 2010
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After inheriting an inn from her aunt, Liza Martin leaves behind her hectic life in Boston and arrives on Angel Island intent on selling the inn quickly, but instead finds herself caught up in the magic of the island.

& Taylor

The authors of the New York Times best-selling Cape Light novels offer the first installment in a brand new series. (General fiction).
Welcome to Angel Island. Its captivating presence can be felt from the shores of its windswept beaches to the height of the spectacular Angel Wings Cliffs. The island is said to harbor angels that help guide the lost, delivering them from desperate darkness to the golden light of love and faith. Liza Martin arrives on Angel Island to sell the inn she and her brother inherited from their aunt. She wants to return quickly to her busy life in Boston, so disposing of the inn is an easy decision. Not so easy is what to do with her broken marriage and unstable career. Once on Angel Island, Liza finds herself reminiscing about golden summers and Claire North, her aunt's housekeeper -- and begins to waver about her plans. Even more doubts arise when she meets Daniel Merritt, the local handyman whose wit and charm are captivating. Liza doesn't have time to explore the emotions Angel Island has inspired, yet her life seems to be flying by and going nowhere at the same time. It may take a band of angels to help Liza slow down enough to take a long, hard look at her life and determine what's important.

Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 2010
ISBN: 9781602857452
Branch Call Number: LP FIC KIN
Characteristics: 415 p. ;,23 cm.
Additional Contributors: Halpern, Katherine Spencer


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Sep 21, 2015

This book is very enjoyable. Thomas Kinkade's small town charm delights readers, and the characters help make Thomas' paintings come to life. The tale will encourage readers to follow their heart and believe second chances do exist. The setting is very believable and the legend surrounding Angel Island is sure to fascinate the reader.

Nov 27, 2011

I grabbed this book quickly while my kiddos begged me to "hurry up!". It was a surprisingly fun, easy read. I kinda love the little town of Cape Light.

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