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Title:
Lighthouse Cove
Author:
Cates, Kimberly.
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Publication Information:
New York : Pocket Star Books, [2002]

©2002
Physical Description:
343 pages ; 18 cm
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780743418874
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Book

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In this passionate, stirring novel from award-winning author Kimberly Cates, two former lovers, reunited by chance, discover that the love they shared nearly a decade ago is as strong as ever

LIGHTHOUSE COVE

Keeping a promise to her mentor, international photojournalist Jacqueline "Jack" Murphy takes time out from her jet-setting lifestyle to photograph a lighthouse in Maine. To her shock, her new assignment brings her face-to-face with Tom Brownlow and his daughter, Lucy. He's the man who broke Jack's heart nine years ago and though she has traveled the world ten times over, she never stopped thinking of him.

Tom never expected to see Jack again -- but as they get to know each other for a second time, he realizes that leaving her was the hardest thing he ever had to do. And now, though Tom tells himself he's just staying at the lighthouse to fulfill his daughter's greatest wish, he's falling more in love than ever. Somehow -- for Lucy's sake and their own -- Jack and Tom must embrace lasting love...the most daring adventure of all.


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Eight years have passed since Jacqueline Murphy left the only man she's ever loved. Since then, Jack has had a successful career as a photojournalist, traveling to the world's hot spots with her mentor, Ziggy. Although the hard shell she's grown around her heart has helped her in her work, nothing can prepare her for Ziggy's death. In his honor, she fulfills his wish and journeys to the Maine lighthouse known as Mermaid Lost. One night, she answers the door and there stands Tom Brownlow, the man she loved a lifetime ago. Tom is as stunned to see Jack as she is to see him. He and his daughter, Lucy, are on a mission to visit as many sites as Lucy can before she loses her eyesight. Jack attempts to deny them entry into the lighthouse and her life, but she can't resist Lucy. Old hurts, disparate lifestyles, and new challenges all must be overcome before Tom and Jack can be together again. Maria Hatton