Suzanne Woods Fisher concludes her Three Sisters Island trilogy with At Lighthouse Point. If you did not pick up the first two, it is highly encouraged. Otherwise, you will be thrown into major sibling rivalry issues that seem to make no sense. Emotions are flying everywhere and even with the explanations it is a bit difficult to follow who is upset with whom and why.
Reading this story makes one long to take a trip to the area described. The author manages to handle all sorts of challenges and has them all resolved by the end of this book. It is interesting to watch how everything comes together in the end. The story is written in an easy-to-read manner and yet the concerns and issues are complex and delicate.
Looking for romance, interested in small island communities, or just want to escape your own life and fall into someone else’s for a while? This book has it all.
Review of an Advanced Reader Copy
Sex/Nudity: Non-married and married characters kiss, hold hands and embrace.
Terminal illness, death of family member
Character mentions using alcohol for cooking.