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The Woman at the Light One Afternoon In 1839, Emily Lowry S Husband Vanishes From Wreckers Cay, An Isolated Island Off The Coast Of Key West Where He Tends To The Lighthouse As Days Stretch Into Months, Emily Has No Choice But Take Charge Of Wrecker S Cay And Her Husband S Duties Tending The Light To Support Her Three Children, And A Fourth On The Way Unexpected Help Arrives When A Runaway Slave Named Andrew Washes Up On Their Beach At First, Emily Is Intensely Wary Of This Strange, Charming Man, Whose Very Presence There Is Highly Illegal But Andrew Proves Himself An Enormous Help And Soon Wins The Hearts Of The Lowry Family And, Far From The Outside World And Society S Rules, His Place In Emily S Life Is As Steadfast Now As The Light, And Will Forever Change Their Futures When Emily S Family Is Ripped Apart Once Again, She Faces Untold Hardships That Test Her Love And Determination And Show How The Passionate Love Of A Defiant, Determined Woman Can Overcome Any Obstacle.

  • Paperback
  • 352 pages
  • The Woman at the Light
  • Joanna Brady
  • English
  • 04 May 2018
  • 1250003563

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10 thoughts on “The Woman at the Light

  1. says:

    Oh my goodness, there are so many adjectives to describe this bookbeautiful, engrossing, seductive, haunting, mysterious, educationalI could go on and on This is a book finished 5 days out that I can recall word for word certain sections of the book because they were either so beautiful, gut wrenching or had me on my seat To the reader of this review, I am already at almost 400 books for 2012, so normally I read a book and move on It is impossible with this book The characters were so d Oh my goodness, there are so many adjectives to describe this bookbeautiful, engross...

  2. says:

    At first, I really loved and enjoyed this book The narrative is very engaging The descriptions are just right The story is different Can t say I ve ever read a tale quite like this one It gets major points for a unique story line.It goes from New Orleans to Wrecker s Cave and the workings of maintaining a light house back in the 1800s to Key West to Cuba It addresses slavery, greed, and how cruel and deceitful people can be.When Emily s husband disappears, the story immersed in mystery as At first, I really loved and enjoyed this book The narrative is very engaging The descriptions are just right The story is different Can t say I ve ever read a tale quite like this one It gets major points for a unique story line.It goes from New Orleans to Wrecker s Cave and the workings of maintaining a light house back in the 1...

  3. says:

    Warning This is a tad super long I m just flailing over this book That ending My emotions Love this book It might just be the type fontnot Helvetica Wahoo Key West New Orleans 1800 s At the heart of Joanna Brady s The Woman at the Light is a truly beautiful story that proves that nothing is impossible, especially when it comes to true love cue Disney theme song Emily Lowry and her family were living on an isolated island called Wreckers Cay, when her husband suddenly disappeareWarning This is a tad super long I m just flailing over this book That ending My emotions Love this book It might just be the type fontnot Helvetica Wahoo Key West New Orleans 1800 s At the heart of Joanna Brady s The Woman at the Light is a truly beautiful story that proves that nothing is impossible, especially when it comes to true love cue Disney theme song Emily Lowry and her family were living on an isolated island called Wreckers Cay, when her husband suddenly disappeared Now it s up to Emily to tend to the island s lighthouse and support her three children, with another one on the way After ...

  4. says:

    I commend Joanna Brady for her captivating debut novel I had not before read about the outer islands of Key West or of nineteenth century women lighthouse keepers The book is part history and part an unusual love story Emily Lowry, the main character, does not always make good choices but she pushes on through her grief and is a memorable, determined heroine Descriptions of life on the island are realistic and well written I could smell the sea air and feel the fears and joys of the charact I commend Joanna Brady for her captivating debut novel I had not before read about the outer islands of Key West or...

  5. says:

    Once I could get past the fake southern accent of the narrator, I liked the uniqueness of this story Even though the ending was predictable and a bit too perfect for my tastes, the tale itself was engaging I liked the MC for the most part She was a young mother Her husband has gone missing and she is in charge of operating a lighthouse in Florida She had young children but she didn t really feel like a mother Her kids came into play every now and then when they ...

  6. says:

    Note to future readers, please be mindful of the dates in the first few chapters, as she tends to jump from one year to another, then back That said, I thoroughly enjoyed this story, and learned some things I did ...

  7. says:

    I could not put it down Excellent writing and a tale well told As a person with numerous eras in my own long life, I could relate to the immense changes that took place in the protagonist s life and how she dealt with them May you write many , Joanna Brady

  8. says:

    Just couldn t get into this and didn t think the story or the writing were that realistic engaging.

  9. says:

    I want a month in some deserted island in the Atlantic off the coast of Florida That s what I thought throughout this whole book Otherwise it was a decent story, maybe a little bit slow at the beginning But it could really just be the audio book I didn t really understand Emily and her emotions What did she really feel for her first husband She goes...

  10. says:

    This was a highly read able historical fiction novel with a strong heroine and a unique setting Key West in the mid 1800 s I definitely learned some things about lighthouse keepers of the time, the Wre...

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