The synopsis on the back of the book: The Christmas season brings the promise of new beginnings in this next novel by the New York Times bestselling author of the Angel Island series. The Christmas season brings the promise of new beginnings in this next novel by the New York Times bestselling author of the Angel Island series. And I also think it reminds you of the true meaning of Christmas in a way. Vera just seemed like the warm grandma type you'd want to vent to over a plate of homemade cookies :- Open this book and meet two rather remarkable people right on the first page. That would be a miracle. I would definitely recommend this book to all ages!! Martin is the most insecure and immature attorney ever. At first I thought there were too many characters in the books but now I can recognize names.
Only Louisa is credible; unfortunately not enough to redeem the many characters sur Too simplistic! In fact, it ended with at least one unanswered question about two of the characters that prompted me to grab the next one in the series, The Christmas Angel, and glance through it to see what happened! I kept waiting for a plot twist that never came. Jessica has endured a miscarriage, and Sam is hiding his emotions behind a desire to work harder at a center for troubled youth. Perhaps someday I'll go and read the first four books. He came to Cape Light to work with the Rev. I didn't read the first books in this series. It's during the season's first snowstorm, when James's car collides with another car, that th The holiday season is upon the townspeople of Cape Light, and the village has a special guest. What she doesn't expect, however, is that the charm of this beautiful, seaside hamlet and its citizens will soon win her over-and that she will fall in love with James, the compassionate minister who has so generously welcomed her into his life.
On his way into town he strikes the car of Leigh Baxter, a pregnant woman attempting to escape from an increasingly unsafe domestic situation. Oh, I forgot - she's pregnant. Through the story we learn the story of how Martin's grandfather's toy shop was saved through the generosity of Oliver. There was some romance and a few kisses, but nothing that made me cringe and nothing lasted long. While there are some little things here and there that seem to reference earlier books, I had no trouble enjoying this one as a standalone story, and assume the rest of the books in the series will read the same way. It reminds us we should bless others with the blessings bestowed upon us. Sam and Jessica will get some happy news and will find happiness in Darrell too.
In the meantime, Jessica and Sam Morgan find their relationship put to the test. Cameron is having some medical issues to take care of before he is able to return to his mission. Marin first just wants to get it over with and not trouble himself with getting involved in getting to know everyone in town. That would be a miracle. He slides into a car driven by Leigh Baxter and out-of-towner. I enjoyed this one very much.
I think that somewhere, someway there is someone searching for a Cape Light. But will James accept Leigh in his heart once her dark secrets come to light? Even though at the time it was hard to do so. The Christmas of 1955 seemed the last for Nightingale's Magical Toy Shop. I jumped right in with this one and discovered it could stand alone. It held my interest all the way.
Though quite shy he meets a local sheriff deputy, Louisa Tully, and eventually confides in her. Together they make the hopes and dreams of some very forlorn people come true. Darrell really looks up to him, but Jessica can see that Darrell does not care for her too much and she also thinks that Sam is spending too much time with him. A few ineffective subplots fill in the gaps until Garret's detective tracks down Baxter, and she must tell Cameron her real story. I kept wanting to say calm down woman, yeah it's nice but how high are we going to build this pedestal?! No one knows that Martin used to spend his summers with his grandparents in Cape Light because he is now grown and uses the last name Hansen. It's also the first of the Cape Light books that I've read.
Harding: 29th President of the United States by Anne Canadeo aka Katherine Spencer is a biography of former U. The spine may show signs of wear. I found that this was the first step in trusting each other. Vera and James are quite taken with Leigh, who also is pregnant with her first child. Spreading joy anonymously that will help them.
A few days quickly turns into a month, and suddenly Leigh finds herself wondering whether James will still accept her in his heart if her dark secrets ever come to light. In order to collect his inheritance, Martin must spread joy throughout the town with anonymous gifts. It was one of those, like the Mitford series that keeps you coming back for more. I think it's still a comfy cozy Christmas read with lots of charm to the Cape Light community. In the end, what I wanted out of this book was a cozy Christmas read, and that's exactly what I got, so I decided to overlook the shortcomings a bit :. Do I finish the other books in this series? The characters of Walter and Franny perfectly remind you of two seniors after a long and beautiful married life; never of a young, recently married couple praying for their first child. Now, he's returned to fulfill the unusual terms of his grandfather's will.
Two out-of-towners are heading to Cape Light in separate cars for different reasons, lost in their own thoughts, when they collided on a snowy road. This was a heartwarming story--and a perfect one for Christmas. This one's a pretty simple Christmas romance. And I will reread them again and again. James, on his way back to the place where he is staying, has a minor car accident with a young lady. James Cameron, a minister who runs a mission in Central America, has decided to make a trip to Cape Light to work with Reverend Ben and spend some time with its warmhearted residents.