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Blaine Grayson returns to Three Sisters Island with a grand plan--to take Camp Kicking Moose to the next level. Her dream starts to unravel when she discovers Moose Manor's kitchen has been badly remodeled by her sister, Cam, who doesn't know how to cook. Added to that blow is the cold shoulder given by her best friend, Artie Lotosky, now a doctor to the unbridged Maine is Blaine Grayson returns to Three Sisters Island with a grand plan--to take Camp Kicking Moose to the next level. Her dream starts to unravel when she discovers Moose Manor's kitchen has been badly remodeled by her sister, Cam, who doesn't know how to cook. Added to that blow is the cold shoulder given by her best friend, Artie Lotosky, now a doctor to the unbridged Maine islands. As old wounds are opened, Blaine starts to wonder if she made a mistake by coming home. Little by little, she must let go of one dream to discover a new one, opening her heart to a purpose and a future she had never imagined. Bestselling author Suzanne Woods Fisher invites you back to the coast of Maine for a story that reminds you to release what doesn't matter and cling to what does: faith, family, and friendships.


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Blaine Grayson returns to Three Sisters Island with a grand plan--to take Camp Kicking Moose to the next level. Her dream starts to unravel when she discovers Moose Manor's kitchen has been badly remodeled by her sister, Cam, who doesn't know how to cook. Added to that blow is the cold shoulder given by her best friend, Artie Lotosky, now a doctor to the unbridged Maine is Blaine Grayson returns to Three Sisters Island with a grand plan--to take Camp Kicking Moose to the next level. Her dream starts to unravel when she discovers Moose Manor's kitchen has been badly remodeled by her sister, Cam, who doesn't know how to cook. Added to that blow is the cold shoulder given by her best friend, Artie Lotosky, now a doctor to the unbridged Maine islands. As old wounds are opened, Blaine starts to wonder if she made a mistake by coming home. Little by little, she must let go of one dream to discover a new one, opening her heart to a purpose and a future she had never imagined. Bestselling author Suzanne Woods Fisher invites you back to the coast of Maine for a story that reminds you to release what doesn't matter and cling to what does: faith, family, and friendships.

30 review for At Lighthouse Point

  1. 5 out of 5

    Bonnie DeMoss

    This is the third book in the Three Sisters Island Series set in Maine. Blaine Grayson returns home from cooking school with grand plans to open a fine dining establishment right in Moose Manor. Unfortunately, she finds the kitchen has been remodeled for her by her father and sister as a surprise.. Although it is beautiful, it is not functional as a commercial kitchen. Trying to hide her dismay and faced with a major change to her career plans, Blaine is lost as what to do next. On top of that, This is the third book in the Three Sisters Island Series set in Maine. Blaine Grayson returns home from cooking school with grand plans to open a fine dining establishment right in Moose Manor. Unfortunately, she finds the kitchen has been remodeled for her by her father and sister as a surprise.. Although it is beautiful, it is not functional as a commercial kitchen. Trying to hide her dismay and faced with a major change to her career plans, Blaine is lost as what to do next. On top of that, her best friend Artie is ignoring her. This is a great Christian family book about changed plans and looking to God for answers. Communication is also a major theme in this book as family members struggle with some hard feelings and long held secrets. This is another delightful visit with the Grayson family. I received a free copy of this book from the publishers via Netgalley. My review is voluntary and my opinions are my own.

  2. 4 out of 5

    MJSH

    "Maybe the tricky part in life was aligning the gift with the vocation. And trickier still was what to do when the gift left." Ah, the long-awaited conclusion to The Three Sisters Island series. I've been looking forward to Blaine's story ever since the first book and it was fascinating that this book was more about Blaine's journey to self-discovery, forgiveness, healing, and responsible adulthood than romance. There are plenty of flashbacks to give the reader a glimpse of her childhood to see w "Maybe the tricky part in life was aligning the gift with the vocation. And trickier still was what to do when the gift left." Ah, the long-awaited conclusion to The Three Sisters Island series. I've been looking forward to Blaine's story ever since the first book and it was fascinating that this book was more about Blaine's journey to self-discovery, forgiveness, healing, and responsible adulthood than romance. There are plenty of flashbacks to give the reader a glimpse of her childhood to see what shaped this young woman. All the three sisters - Cam, Maddie, and Blaine - have a voice in the story as well as their father Paul. It was nice to catch up with Cam and Maddie and their respective husbands and growing families from the first two books. Paul does a lot of soul-searching when his estranged father shows up on the island and it was intriguing to see a different side of his personality. I understand that the author was trying to tie all the sisters' and their father's stories together for this conclusion of the series (and I loved the subplots involving Cam and her need for control, Maddie and her anxiety, and Paul and his life's purpose) but Blaine's story didn't feel like the centerpiece of the book...or maybe that was the author's intention? It was satisfying to see Blaine grown up, having worked hard to earn her culinary degree in Paris, but still with delightfully glorious dreams and now the motivation to see things through. I enjoyed Jean-Paul, Blaine's culinary French friend, who brought humor and wisdom to the Grayson family. I would have liked more interaction with Artie and was disappointed that he mainly served in the medical professional role for most of the book. The multiple romances and the promise of happily-ever-afters will definitely have you sighing contentedly at the end. I do recommend reading the series in order to understand all the main characters and their backgrounds. I received the book via Celebrate Lit Tours and was under no obligation to post a positive comment. All opinions are solely my own.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Deanne Patterson

    I have enjoyed reading this series and will miss it as this is the last in the series about 3 sisters, each one getting her own book. The last one, At Lighthouse Point is the youngest Blaine Grayson's story. She went away to find herself, figure things out with life. Her father didn't think she would stay away more than a few months. She is now returning home after two years. While away she hit rock bottom, had no where to live and ran out of money. As things would turn out she met someone and she I have enjoyed reading this series and will miss it as this is the last in the series about 3 sisters, each one getting her own book. The last one, At Lighthouse Point is the youngest Blaine Grayson's story. She went away to find herself, figure things out with life. Her father didn't think she would stay away more than a few months. She is now returning home after two years. While away she hit rock bottom, had no where to live and ran out of money. As things would turn out she met someone and she was able to get a big break training as a chef. When she returns to Three Sisters Island on coastal Maine she expects change, just not so much. She comes home with grand plans of how things should be and is bitter that things have changed not to her approval. She also isn't as close with her sisters as she used to be and disappointed they did not get her opinion on changes before they were made. The more she is home though she comes to realize what is truly important like family,faith,love and compromise. Very inspirational book that I have enjoyed. Pub Date 04 May 2021 I was given a complimentary copy of this book. Thank you. All opinions expressed are my own.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kav

    I am enamoured with this series! This family!! These sisters!!! Not to mention all the familiar islander faces and a few new ones besides. Blaine's French sidekick especially tickled my fancy with his gentle, insightful support to the entire family. And I chuckled over the comedic moments provided at his expense. :-) I had a real sense of coming home the second I opened this book. Not only because this is my third visit to the island but because Fisher does a wonderful job of showcasing the cast I am enamoured with this series! This family!! These sisters!!! Not to mention all the familiar islander faces and a few new ones besides. Blaine's French sidekick especially tickled my fancy with his gentle, insightful support to the entire family. And I chuckled over the comedic moments provided at his expense. :-) I had a real sense of coming home the second I opened this book. Not only because this is my third visit to the island but because Fisher does a wonderful job of showcasing the cast and setting in a nostalgic, you-can't-go-home-again kind of way. (At least, not in the way you anticipate you can.) And by the by, while you could read At Lighthouse Point as a standalone, I think you will get so much more out of the story by reading books one and two first. There are some ongoing secondary character plot threads that carry over from book to book plus the change and growth in the Grayson family is a sight to behold. But those sisters! Maddie and Cam may have had their individual 'aha' moment in previous novels, but, of course, just like real life, it doesn't always stick. Cam is still micromanaging everybody -- including the entire island and Maddie is still psychoanalyzing people and they both think they know exactly what Blaine should do and how she should do it! And Blaine's in the middle of it all, older and wiser with a better understanding of who she is and what she wants to do with her life...even if it goes against her family's expectations. Brimming with the chaos and camaraderie that comes with small town living, At Lighthouse Point is the perfect fictional summer getaway. I'm sad to see the series end...even sadder that I can't actually grab a ride on the never-late ferry and spend some quality time at Camp Kicking Moose. Spectacularly funny and poignant and full of surprises!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    AT LIGHTHOUSE POINT is not the first book I’ve read by Suzanne Woods Fisher and it won’t be the last. She has a way of grabbing her readers and she never lets us go and now I’m kicking myself for not making time to read all of her books! AT LIGHTHOUSE POINT is the third book In the Three Sisters Island series. Camden Grayson thinks her father has lost his mind after he buys an island off the coast of Maine. It is the island where he met his wife, at a summer camp. His wife has passed away and he AT LIGHTHOUSE POINT is not the first book I’ve read by Suzanne Woods Fisher and it won’t be the last. She has a way of grabbing her readers and she never lets us go and now I’m kicking myself for not making time to read all of her books! AT LIGHTHOUSE POINT is the third book In the Three Sisters Island series. Camden Grayson thinks her father has lost his mind after he buys an island off the coast of Maine. It is the island where he met his wife, at a summer camp. His wife has passed away and he lets his three daughters know that he is selling the family home and moving to the island. All three sisters join him there and are shocked at the condition of the camp. It hasn’t been used for years and it is very neglected. All the sisters think this island camp is going to be a nightmare to renovate. Such a fun story! Blaine Grayson returns home from cooking school with grand plans to open a fine dining establishment right in Moose Manor. She is the younger sister to two sometimes overbearing sisters Cam & Maddie. She has struggled to find her place not only in the family, but also in life. Unfortunately, she finds the kitchen has been remodeled for her by her father and sister as a surprise. Oh boy, some surprise!! It was nice to catch up with Cam and Maddie and their husbands and growing families. Now I don’t want to give away too many details, as I truly feel that AT LIGHTHOUSE POINT is a book you need to read for yourself to truly appreciate, but I definitely feel that Suzanne Woods Fisher saved the best for last in this series. AT LIGHTHOUSE POINT is filled with forgiveness, family, and love and had me staying up way too late one night to finish! I had to know where Suzanne Woods Fisher was taking us and what would happen to this family. There is so much heart in Suzanne’s writing that I was left with a huge smile on my face and my heart very happy. All of the characters are very interesting and believable, so much so that I felt as if I’ve known them for a long time. Now I need to figure out how to fit more of Suzanne’s books into my reading plans! I can totally see AT LIGHTHOUSE POINT becoming a Hallmark movie that I would love to watch. I loved watching the sisters grow and come into their own. I have two sisters of my own and we used to fight like cats and dogs until one day, we didn’t. Haha if you have sisters you know what I mean. The secondary characters are just as important as the main family and you will come to love them all. I received a complimentary copy of this book from CelebrateLit through Netgalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Nora St Laurent

    The adventure at Three Sisters Island continues as readers experience the long-awaited arrival of the youngest sibling, Blaine Grayson, who has returned from Paris, where she trained at Le Cordon Blue cooking school. She has had a long time to dream about showing off her creative cooking skills for Camp Kicking Moose attendees. Blaine’s dreams are quickly shattered after her father and sister Cam whisk her into the newly remodeled kitchen at Moose Manor. They were tickled pink at what they had a The adventure at Three Sisters Island continues as readers experience the long-awaited arrival of the youngest sibling, Blaine Grayson, who has returned from Paris, where she trained at Le Cordon Blue cooking school. She has had a long time to dream about showing off her creative cooking skills for Camp Kicking Moose attendees. Blaine’s dreams are quickly shattered after her father and sister Cam whisk her into the newly remodeled kitchen at Moose Manor. They were tickled pink at what they had accomplished in her absence. Blaine is speechless. They never consulted her about the renovation. Oh, it was a beautiful kitchen, but it was not practical and/or functional to serve the masses. Blaine was hurt. She could not accomplish what she wanted with this limited kitchen. She realizes her family does not see her as the experienced Chef she has become. Blaine returns with a friend in tote, Jean-Paul. I tell you what this guy made me laugh out loud and other times had me stop and think. He was such a delightful character in the mix of things. He describes to Blaine how to tell a person is a Chef, “True Chef’s cook only with their heart…If not with the heart, one should not cook at all.” He says that Blaine cooks with her heart. Cam runs into major resistance to change (as usual) on the Island as no one wants a cell tower even though she has figured out how to make it work. Both Cam and her father are going crazy trying to get everything ready for the holiday season at Three Sister Island, which included bringing the Island up to speed with modern conveniences. They are getting the message from the locals that they should slow down and appreciate all they did have and not on what they did not. Cam and her father Paul are starting to listen. It felt like everyone was home and interacting as usual with the main story line featuring Blaine and Artie Lotosky. It was fun to see how each family member was dealing with something, I felt part of this family, experiencing with them the highs, lows, and everything in between. I liked dreaming with Blaine about a restaurant, and how Artic was a doctor everyone could count on. It was fun to learn that Artie’s role was based on a real roving doctor. She says she was inspired by, …”the Marine Seacoast Mission, founded in 1905 by two Congregational ministers to serve the communities in Marine’s unbridged islands….Such a remarkable way to keep isolated locals cared for and in community.” I loved the natural spiritual thread throughout this whole series. I also enjoyed what Jean-Paul had to say. He looks at Blaine, “God is always trying to give good things to us, but our hands are too full to receive them.” He continues, “dissatisfaction…“It’s a gift. It is an invitation. To a new and better dream.”…”Dissatisfaction ..it may not be calling you to go someplace or to something different. It maybe an invitation to something new right her and right now.” The whole family is looking after Jean-Paul. He shares his thought and insights. Most feel he was correct when he said, “Most things worked out in the end if you leave them in God’s hands and don’t try to meddle. “Pray and Release.” The author had so many fun surprises for readers. This is a wonderful escape with a family I cared about to a destination I would love to visit someday, with a very satisfying ending to a wonderful series. It left me wanting more! This is a delightful fun read and one that would work well for your next book club pick as the author includes discussion questions and a pretty yummy sounding brownie recipe to make and bring to your meeting. If you have not read a book by this author, I highly recommend this series. Disclosure of Material Connection: I have received a complimentary copy of this book by the publisher through NetGalley. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising” Nora St. Laurent TBCN Where Book Fun Begins! The Book Club Network blog www.bookfun.org

  7. 5 out of 5

    Brooklyne E.

    3.5 stars! At Lighthouse Point was a heartwarming story about the Grayson’s family journey to finding what truly matters—each other. The setting was a quaint little Island with saltwater vibes, a old fashioned community, and realistic main characters who got to call this Hallmark setting “home.” The takeaway message was multi-layered and light enough for most all audiences. I really enjoyed this book. Unfortunately, I didn’t get a chance to read book one and two, but I felt like this book could 3.5 stars! At Lighthouse Point was a heartwarming story about the Grayson’s family journey to finding what truly matters—each other. The setting was a quaint little Island with saltwater vibes, a old fashioned community, and realistic main characters who got to call this Hallmark setting “home.” The takeaway message was multi-layered and light enough for most all audiences. I really enjoyed this book. Unfortunately, I didn’t get a chance to read book one and two, but I felt like this book could also be read as a standalone as most backstory was talked about and I didn’t feel like I missed much except for a couple mentions that were probably discussed in the previous books. Characters: Paul Grayson—Paul is the father of three adult children. From his POV, we see him struggle with his relationship with his own father, the somewhat loss of his voice which cost him his career, and witness a budding romance with a dear friend. (Which he somehow manages to keep a secret from his daughters? Knowing those three, I think they would have figured this out sooner rather than later!) Camden (Cam)—Ah, Cam had quite the uptight, micromanaging side yet she was truly the oldest sister and from a readers perspective, we can see how much she cares and puts a lot of effort into all that she sets her mind to do. I love the slight plot twist to her pregnancy and how her husband (Seth) lovingly brings to her attention some areas that she needs to give to God. Maddison (Maddie)—Maddie is the middle daughter and I not only can relate to her on that level, but she is also the peacemaker in the family, the quiet one, and the one who worries. I only get a small glimpse of her character but from what the reader does see of her in book three, we can see how she really struggled with letting fear cloud her faith that God would take care of her little family. Blaine (MC?)—Although Paul, Cam, and Maddie had POV’s, Blaine’s was the most prominent story and the reader also got a special glimpse into her past with small “flashback” stories. We see Blaine grow from being the “baby” of the family into a independent adult who yes, made mistakes, but learned her way through them just like the rest of us. She came back home to find her dream and that she did! She struggled with depression and also with anger towards her siblings (holding grudges from the past). However, with the help of her friend and with some time on her own, she was able to overcome some of those challenges. Her friendship/romance with Artie wasn’t what I was expecting… I’ll touch on that next. Artie—Sadly, Artie was my least favorite character! This was totally unexpected as all the points added up for him to be a great guy. Supposedly good looking, great career, dedicated to his patients, easygoing name… but his personality was totally buzzkill for me. He was flat out rude and irritating. Maybe in the other books there was more to his character but in what I read, their relationship just wasn’t working. And at the end…. OK, that was too fast. Peg—She was the typical older lady (with not so typical pigtails!) who offered advice and ran Lunch Counter. She also had a side political role for the Three Sisters Island. Her opinions were much valued with sound reasoning. She actually reminded me a lot of one of the characters I wrote for my WIP. Jean-Paul—Poor Jean Paul!! The accident prone couch potato with a life coaching side gig. Need I say more? Concluding Thoughts: I love all the food talk! Like, coming from a girl who took a cooking class and has 8372021 pins on her Menu Plan Pinterest board, you could say I’m somewhat of a foodie. So having Blaine whip up any of her culinary creations had me craving to do some cooking myself! The grilled peaches and the breakfast omelet especially stood out to me. Great, mouthwatering descriptions! I’m also familiar with Maine’s potato candy (but still a skeptic of it!). Honestly, this book was on the slower side with small plot twists here and there. It gave me major Chesapeake Shores vibes with family drama and complicated character arcs. However, I did still enjoy these stories and I look forward to future books by this author! *Thank you Revell Reads Blogger Program for a complementary copy of this new release! These thoughts are my own.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    4.5 stars "Honey, life doesn't always turn out the way we plan." Isn't that the truth. In other words, could God possibly have an even better plan in store for Blaine Grayson. Her French house guest Jean-Paul seems to think so, telling her that "He has dreams for you that you could not even imagine" . . . . and hopefully he is right, because Blaine is already trying not to question her return home to Three Sisters Island, Maine; where nothing, and everything has changed. Blaine's notion of returni 4.5 stars "Honey, life doesn't always turn out the way we plan." Isn't that the truth. In other words, could God possibly have an even better plan in store for Blaine Grayson. Her French house guest Jean-Paul seems to think so, telling her that "He has dreams for you that you could not even imagine" . . . . and hopefully he is right, because Blaine is already trying not to question her return home to Three Sisters Island, Maine; where nothing, and everything has changed. Blaine's notion of returning to her family's island property, Camp Kicking Moose, with a coveted degree from a French culinary school, led her to believe that she could remodel the camp's kitchen in order to offer fine dining for the many guests visiting the camp during peak season. Finding out that her father and older sister, who never cook, have done a terrible job of putting in what they considered upgrades to the old kitchen, has effectively ruined that idea. As if the sister dynamics weren't frustrating enough, the one person whom she considered her best friend is giving her the cold shoulder; in fact, Dr. Artie Lotosky is doing a fine job of totally ignoring her, putting another dent in her tender heart. Digging deep into her faith, and quoting many precious Proverbs to herself, ("a fool gives full vent to his anger, but a wise man keeps himself under control . . . ") Blaine dares to believe that God may have a new dream in store for her. But in order to reach for it, can she truly, "pray and release"? This lovely series conclusion has only one flaw . . . . it ended far too soon. I received a copy of this book from Baker Publishing Group through Interviews and Reviews.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Connie Saunders

    At Lighthouse Point is the third book in the Three Sisters Island series, and it's a wonderful way to catch up with the lives of the Grayson family. It's been two years since Blaine Grayson left Three Sisters Island to attend culinary school in Paris, and there are many changes, but the biggest change may be in Blaine herself. She's back in Maine and she plans to never leave this island again! This is such a lovely book, and author Suzanne Woods Fisher has once again created a story filled with f At Lighthouse Point is the third book in the Three Sisters Island series, and it's a wonderful way to catch up with the lives of the Grayson family. It's been two years since Blaine Grayson left Three Sisters Island to attend culinary school in Paris, and there are many changes, but the biggest change may be in Blaine herself. She's back in Maine and she plans to never leave this island again! This is such a lovely book, and author Suzanne Woods Fisher has once again created a story filled with faith, trust, love, and family. She realistically shows both the strengths and weaknesses of her characters, and I would love to be friends with Paul Grayson and his three daughters. Since this book is Blaine's chance to shine, we're also given a glimpse of the two interesting men in her life. Loving and kind Jean-Paul is a new friend that she found in Paris, and Artie Lotosky is her oldest friend from home, but he now seems distant and indifferent. Is one of them destined to become more than just a friend in Blaine's future? Engaging characters, an intriguing plot, and a beautiful setting. What more could you ask for in a book? At Lighthouse Point is an inspiring and entertaining read, and I recommend it to all who enjoy contemporary Christian fiction. I received a copy of this book from Revell via Celebrate Lit and NetGalley. I was under no obligation for a favorable review. These are my own thoughts.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Brittany

    While this story finished the series and completed the overall story set at Camp Kicking Moose, it fell flat for me. I did enjoy catching up with all of the sisters and seeing what was going on in their lives, yet I was really disappointed in Blaine and Artie’s story. I didn’t feel a connection between and when they finally came together, the romance felt rushed. Maybe it was simply me this time around, because I truly did enjoy the first two books in the series a lot. In this book, I enjoyed rea While this story finished the series and completed the overall story set at Camp Kicking Moose, it fell flat for me. I did enjoy catching up with all of the sisters and seeing what was going on in their lives, yet I was really disappointed in Blaine and Artie’s story. I didn’t feel a connection between and when they finally came together, the romance felt rushed. Maybe it was simply me this time around, because I truly did enjoy the first two books in the series a lot. In this book, I enjoyed reading about what was going on at the camp and some of the problems that needed to be resolved. I also enjoyed the pregnancy storylines for the older two sisters. Just, overall, I was not invested in the characters in this novel. The quirkiness of the town showed through, once again, and the three sisters had their ups and downs together. I felt frustrated for Blaine as she attempted to gracefully navigate all of the times that her family overlooked her or did not consult her regarding plans that were made. Although this novel fell flat for me, I highly recommend the first two books in the series. I do enjoy this author’s novels and look forward to reading more from her in the future. I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own. You can read this review on my blog: https://brittreadsfiction.wordpress.c...

  11. 5 out of 5

    Laura

    My thoughts: this is a family drama / women's fiction, light on the romance, must read, beach read. I read it in less than 24 hours. I couldn't put it down. I do wish there were more romance included in the book, I am a hopeless romantic, but the way she set it up it works. It was great to keep up with the entire family and the French boy was a nice addition. I really love the story, the whole series really, and can't recommended enough. Make sure you include this book in your bag for your vacat My thoughts: this is a family drama / women's fiction, light on the romance, must read, beach read. I read it in less than 24 hours. I couldn't put it down. I do wish there were more romance included in the book, I am a hopeless romantic, but the way she set it up it works. It was great to keep up with the entire family and the French boy was a nice addition. I really love the story, the whole series really, and can't recommended enough. Make sure you include this book in your bag for your vacation this summer. I was given a copy free. All opinions are my own.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ochegba

    Blaine returns home from cooking school and she has to learn to navigate the surprises that pop up in her way. I enjoyed reading her story and getting to know here and her family. This family will pull at your heartstrings and have you rooting for each of them. We see Blaine grow throughout the book and watch her learn to let go and trust God. There's humour and there's faith but in the end, this story has you filled with warmth and comfort hating to say goodbye to this family that has also taken Blaine returns home from cooking school and she has to learn to navigate the surprises that pop up in her way. I enjoyed reading her story and getting to know here and her family. This family will pull at your heartstrings and have you rooting for each of them. We see Blaine grow throughout the book and watch her learn to let go and trust God. There's humour and there's faith but in the end, this story has you filled with warmth and comfort hating to say goodbye to this family that has also taken you on their journey. I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. All opinions expressed are solely mine

  13. 4 out of 5

    Chautona Havig

    3 Solid Reasons I Hate Saying Goodbye to a Great Series It's like moving away from dear friends. You'd rather stay put and remain a part of their daily lives. You don't always know where your next "fix" will come from. (Anyone have another series for me?) I don't have time for as many rereads as I used to. It could be YEARS before I get to do a full reread again. What isn't there to love about the ocean, friends, and family?  Throw in a lighthouse, some family drama, stir in faith and a guy who know 3 Solid Reasons I Hate Saying Goodbye to a Great Series It's like moving away from dear friends. You'd rather stay put and remain a part of their daily lives. You don't always know where your next "fix" will come from. (Anyone have another series for me?) I don't have time for as many rereads as I used to. It could be YEARS before I get to do a full reread again. What isn't there to love about the ocean, friends, and family?  Throw in a lighthouse, some family drama, stir in faith and a guy who knows just when to dish out the best nuggets of wisdom, and you've got yourself a killer book idea. Put Suzanne Woods Fisher at the keyboard, and you've got yourself a wonderful book. Look, when I requested a review copy of At Lighthouse Point, I expected to love it. Ms. Fisher has not disappointed me yet.  I've loved everything of hers I've read.  In fact, I seriously loved this book despite a few things that annoyed me. That takes some seriously amazing writing to pull off. But I wasn't prepared for the depth and the richness of this story. I can tell the book was written with an eye to being perfect for a stand-alone read. However, I personally wouldn't advise it.  First, you'd miss out on so much.  Having read the first fabulous book (review HERE) and having missed the second, I know I'd love this even more if I'd read that middle book.  Guess what I'm ordering today!  The series is THAT good. With her usual gentleness and strength, Ms. Fisher tackles some difficult topics in At Lighthouse Point, but not all of them are explored in great depth. That's a good thing. Instead of showing the exact way to handle tough situations, Ms. Fisher shows us that we should handle the situations period. How we do that is left up to us. I think that's rather brilliant. In the end, you're left with a wonderful, feel-good "beach read" that has depth and grit, too.  So what didn't I like? Mostly two small things. Jean-Paul is a fun addition to the story, but like most stories with phonetic spellings of accents, it gets old.  Fast. It's always so difficult to know just how much of that to put into a book, and I applaud Ms. Fisher for tackling a difficult accent to portray. It just pulled me out of the story quite a bit. And probably the most important was how the end wrapped up. This I also totally get.  When you have three books to tie up finally, it's really difficult not to drag things out in an attempt not to rush things.  So, you work hard to ensure you don't drag it out and... well, I feel like the ending, particularly the resolution of the relationship between Artie and Blaine, was definitely rushed. It feels weird to say that since the romance is lowest on my importance scale, but there you have it.  Am I sorry I requested and received that free review copy?  Nope. Not at all.   Is that going to keep me from buying the second book to find out what I missed? Not on your life. I'll be rereading all three so I can have the "binge" experience. Because I love this series enough to want that. P.S. On Amazon, this is a clear 5-star read. Recommended for lovers of Suzanne Woods Fisher's writing, lovers of family stories, and lovers of fiction with substance. Not recommended if you want only fluff. 

  14. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Schultz

    I have read only a few of Suzanne Woods Fisher novels. When I read the first story my comment was: I had no idea I was going to like this book so much!! I love the characters and was anxious to see what was happening. This is Book #3 in the Three Sisters Island series, I did not read the other two however, I found it didn't take long for me to get caught up. Story continues with Blaine Grayson, who left Three Sister Sisters Island to travel through Europe two years ago returning from Paris wit I have read only a few of Suzanne Woods Fisher novels. When I read the first story my comment was: I had no idea I was going to like this book so much!! I love the characters and was anxious to see what was happening. This is Book #3 in the Three Sisters Island series, I did not read the other two however, I found it didn't take long for me to get caught up. Story continues with Blaine Grayson, who left Three Sister Sisters Island to travel through Europe two years ago returning from Paris with a diploma from Le Cordon Bleu. Her Dad a retired sports announcer used his 401(k) and other savings to buy an abandoned camp in a remote ghost town into a successful resort. Now Beth with her training is anxious to take the resort to the next level. However, is disappointed to find that her family has surprised her by remodeling the kitchen into one that is beautiful but is very impractical for a restaurant kitchen. “Ayup” I enjoyed this story! There is a Christian focus but not preachy nor overwhelming. I loved the advice of “Pray and release, Pray and release”. Yep sounds simple but not easy. I will say my “Please, Please” prayer but continue to worry like crazy. Fortunately my next prayer is usually “Thank You, Thank You, and Thank You!” I was sure this story was going to be so predictable but loved there were some surprises! I am looking forward to the Suzanne Woods Fisher novel. Want to thank NetGalley and Revell for this eGalley. This file has been made available to me before publication in an early form for professional review purposes. Publishing Release Date scheduled for May 4, 2021

  15. 5 out of 5

    Marilyn

    Fisher created a complex contemporary family drama with the conclusion to Three Sisters Island series. Blaine’s return to the island with Jean-Paul by her side was a surprise to her family. Jean[Paul came with a purpose to America but Blaine didn’t explain that to her family. Blaine encountered multiple happenings that was never shared by her family while she was Europe. The drama among the sisters, their dad and the arrival of grandpa Grayson gave way to unexpected twists and turns. The multipl Fisher created a complex contemporary family drama with the conclusion to Three Sisters Island series. Blaine’s return to the island with Jean-Paul by her side was a surprise to her family. Jean[Paul came with a purpose to America but Blaine didn’t explain that to her family. Blaine encountered multiple happenings that was never shared by her family while she was Europe. The drama among the sisters, their dad and the arrival of grandpa Grayson gave way to unexpected twists and turns. The multiple characters and their wide differences in their point of view was easy to follow throughout the story. This is Blaine’s story but with so many characters her romance was not really a primary focus in the story until toward the end and it seemed rushed. Jean-Paul’s advice “Pray and Release” to individuals played a role for each family member to see a fresh view of their own life as well as being more open to others. Another aspect the Grayson family needed to learn was trust in God and not their own self. Another quote from Jean-Paul was “God will never give up on you, even if you give up on him. His purpose for your life continues, wherever you are.” Will each family member including grandpa Grayson and Jean-Paul find where and what they should be doing? I recommend reading the entire series in order to appreciate each character, although, At Lighthouse Point, can be read as a standalone. I received a complimentary copy of this from Celebrate Lit and Revell Publishing without any obligation to write a positive review. I have expressed my own opinion.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Ebos Aifuobhokhan

    Sweet, slow-build and interesting. Lovely characters which made the story enjoyable. I loved Blaine, I admired her strength and determination. The whole Greyson's family were a lovely bunch. I love how they stood by each other despite the challenges and their differences. Three Sister Island was a delightful place. I've always loved the beach and this Island was just ideal. Jean Paul was my favourite character with the way he portrayed God to most of the characters. He seemed to have just the ri Sweet, slow-build and interesting. Lovely characters which made the story enjoyable. I loved Blaine, I admired her strength and determination. The whole Greyson's family were a lovely bunch. I love how they stood by each other despite the challenges and their differences. Three Sister Island was a delightful place. I've always loved the beach and this Island was just ideal. Jean Paul was my favourite character with the way he portrayed God to most of the characters. He seemed to have just the right word for everyone at everything. Beautiful book filled with love, restoration, faith, family and hilarious entertainment. I received a copy of this book and this is my honest opinion.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Sherry Deatrick

    I have loved this series! I hate to see it end, but I already have plans to reread it! At Lighthouse Point is the last book in the Three Sisters Island series. Each book is the story of one of the three Grayson sisters, this is the story of the youngest sister, Blaine. She is a gifted chef who has just returned from Paris where she became a world class Le Cordon Bleu trained chef. She has her future all planned out. But soon realizes when she comes home to the island and to Camp Kicking Moose tha I have loved this series! I hate to see it end, but I already have plans to reread it! At Lighthouse Point is the last book in the Three Sisters Island series. Each book is the story of one of the three Grayson sisters, this is the story of the youngest sister, Blaine. She is a gifted chef who has just returned from Paris where she became a world class Le Cordon Bleu trained chef. She has her future all planned out. But soon realizes when she comes home to the island and to Camp Kicking Moose that nothing is going to be as she pictured. She has also brought home her friend Jean-Paul as support. He is a very spiritual person and provides many insights throughout the book. This book really is a spiritual journey for Blaine and several other characters. I loved that the lessons that helped Blaine the most were that of being silent and self-control. The sisters and the family are all involved in this story. It was great to follow Cam and Maddie and how their lives had progressed. I would have liked to have seen more interactions with Blaine and Artie though. I don’t read Amish fiction but I have loved the way Suzanne Woods Fisher writes in these new genres lately. And I love this title so much now that I've read the book! There are some wonderful quotes in this book, ones I will not forget: “If loved ones are with God and he is with us, they are not far away.” “love is friendship on fire.” “Pray and release.” I recommend this book highly! Thank you to Net Galley for allowing me to read this book. The opinions are entirely my own.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Trixi

    Three Sisters Island is a special place because of the very things you call backward. On this island, time slows down. It gives folks a little space in their life to think and reflect, and to treasure how precious their life is. (Peg to Cam) ~pg 282 It was with great anticipation that I read the last installment of the Three Sisters Island series by Suzanne Woods Fisher! I've been waiting so long for Blaine's story, she was the one I was really rooting for from the very start. Younger sister Three Sisters Island is a special place because of the very things you call backward. On this island, time slows down. It gives folks a little space in their life to think and reflect, and to treasure how precious their life is. (Peg to Cam) ~pg 282 It was with great anticipation that I read the last installment of the Three Sisters Island series by Suzanne Woods Fisher! I've been waiting so long for Blaine's story, she was the one I was really rooting for from the very start. Younger sister to two sometimes overbearing sisters Cam & Maddie, she has struggled to find her place not only in the family, but in life. When the author peeled those layers back that made Blaine who she was, oh my heart, it broke for her! I'm so glad that God sent her an angel in the form of her friend Jean-Paul from Paris. He was exactly what she needed at the lowest point of her life. Jean-Paul had given her the best gift in the world—he'd helped Blaine believe she was worthy of love, care, and respect. ~pg. 77 Jean-Paul, how can I describe him? It's as if he was the very essence of what God is; loving, gentle, patient, encouraging, kind, but so much more too. It's as if he can see right to the heart of a person & know the exact things to say that make a difference. I think we all need our own Jean-Paul in our lives reminding us of the heart of God & His infinite love for us. What encouraged me the most as a reader & reminded me of a truth I need to practice more is this line here: We trust God to do his work. His work. His time. Our work ezz to pray...and release. ~pg. 85 Let's not forget Artie, Blaine's long-time best friend & confidant....and the one she's been in love with forever. Something happened between them when she went to Paris and can't figure out what it is. When she comes back to Three Sisters Island two years after she left, the change in him is shocking. Not only is he a full fledged doctor for the Maine islands, but he has given her the cold shoulder. Of course you know I was rooting for them all along too, because in my mind, they belonged together! If only they would just stop to listen to each other, they could work out what went wrong & finally have the happily-ever-after that I wanted to see. It was frustratingly funny to watch these two....but that blissful sigh in the end was so worth it. I hope you've had a chance to read all three of these books, because really, once you start you won't want to miss a minute of the Grayson family. They tend to get under your skin & embed themselves in your heart. Sure each book can stand alone, but I think a reader will have a richer, better understanding if they read from the first one. Each of these characters have to work through some tough things, but Fisher shows that through their faith & reliance on God, leaning on each other, and strong friendships they can overcome anything. Sometimes God takes our dreams, sifts them, and makes new ones even better than we can think or imagine! That is exactly what happened & I loved watching each one unfold and change. Most things work out in the end if you leave them in God's hands and don't try to meddle. 'Pray and release'”. (Jean-Paul) pg 284 *I received a complimentary copy from Revell and was not obligated to leave a favorable review. *

  19. 5 out of 5

    Renee

    2.5 out of 5 stars I’ll preface my review by saying I think this series is best read in order, which I did not do. Second, Susanne Woods Fisher is one of my favorite authors. Her Amish fiction is basically the only Amish fiction I’ll read. I enjoy her historical books, too. This is an installment in a contemporary family saga of which I have not read the prior books and I think that’s why I didn’t enjoy At Lighthouse Point as much as I would have liked. There were a few other things, too. My bigg 2.5 out of 5 stars I’ll preface my review by saying I think this series is best read in order, which I did not do. Second, Susanne Woods Fisher is one of my favorite authors. Her Amish fiction is basically the only Amish fiction I’ll read. I enjoy her historical books, too. This is an installment in a contemporary family saga of which I have not read the prior books and I think that’s why I didn’t enjoy At Lighthouse Point as much as I would have liked. There were a few other things, too. My biggest thing with this book is I couldn’t connect with Blaine. She seems shallow. Artie is sweet and a long time friend of hers and suddenly she notices him after he lost weight. Why do characters have to lose weight to be loveable? And her thoughts on her pregnant sister’s “ballooning” weight are just off putting for me. And her sister, Cam, is guilty too. Her stunning blonde sister couldn’t possibly love Jean-Paul, also a great guy, because he was shorter. Oof. I would have loved some body positivity! That said, I don’t hate the book. I really appreciate that the author does address suicide and depression. Mental health isn’t addressed enough in Christian fiction. It is kind of glossed over, but I honestly can’t recall the last time I’ve seen it specifically mentioned in a Christian contemporary romance, so kudos to the author for not shying away from these things. At Lighthouse Point is labeled as a romance, but honestly it works better as contemporary fiction. The romance is a blip on the page. There’s a proposal by the end of the book that actually shocked me. I wasn’t expecting it especially since 3/4 of the book is the two not speaking to each other for more than 5 minutes at a time. I was overall underwhelmed by this story, but after reading over a dozen of her books, I still count Ms. Woods Fisher as one of the best Christian fiction writers out there! I’m very much looking forward to her next Amish tale.

  20. 4 out of 5

    June Jacobs

    I read the first book in this 'Three Sisters Island' series, 'On a Summer Tide', and really enjoyed it. Even though I did not read book two in the series, I was able to follow this third book with no trouble due to the author's skilled manner of reviewing past material to bring new readers up-to-date. As I mentioned in my review of book one: "The author has created a small town filled with quirky characters, each with her/his own role to play in the story. Some of the citizens are lovable and la I read the first book in this 'Three Sisters Island' series, 'On a Summer Tide', and really enjoyed it. Even though I did not read book two in the series, I was able to follow this third book with no trouble due to the author's skilled manner of reviewing past material to bring new readers up-to-date. As I mentioned in my review of book one: "The author has created a small town filled with quirky characters, each with her/his own role to play in the story. Some of the citizens are lovable and laughable while others are just plain irritating." While the cast of characters has grown since the first book in the series, I feel the same way about the author's innate ability to develop an interesting setting and group of characters. There are many sub-plots to this story which are cleverly woven together to provide the reader with a satisfying, sometimes fun, read. The themes of family, loyalty, teamwork, love, and working toward a common goal are prominent throughout the book. I truly appreciated the faith thread which is included in just about every chapter. The main characters in this story truly grew and developed as people and as contributing members of their family unit and the small town. My favorite character was Jean-Paul, Blaine's friend from Paris. His spiritual wisdom and guidance were a bright spot in the story in my opinion. There are lots of obstacles and regrets from the past to overcome for many of the characters in the story, but with determination and grace they work through those rough spots to lead a better life. This book is completely clean in language and content. Highly-recommended for fans of Christian/clean romance, Christian/clean small-town romance, and Christian/clean fiction. I received a paperback copy of this book from the publisher through the Revell Reads Blogger Program. My thoughts and opinions expressed here are solely my own. #########################

  21. 4 out of 5

    Pam Burke

    In At Lighthouse Point, Suzanne Woods Fisher has given us a heartwarming conclusion to her first contemporary romance series, Three Sisters Island. This series checks off all the boxes in one of my favorite types of series. The characters are alive; they jump off the pages into real life as you share in the ups and downs of their day-to-day lives. The series is built around three siblings; each story highlights one of the Grayson sisters, but the others remain very much involved in the flow of t In At Lighthouse Point, Suzanne Woods Fisher has given us a heartwarming conclusion to her first contemporary romance series, Three Sisters Island. This series checks off all the boxes in one of my favorite types of series. The characters are alive; they jump off the pages into real life as you share in the ups and downs of their day-to-day lives. The series is built around three siblings; each story highlights one of the Grayson sisters, but the others remain very much involved in the flow of things from book to book. The "supporting characters" add just as much life and importance to the story as the "main characters," causing readers to feel like they are visiting friends in a familiar setting. Blaine is the sister in the spotlight in this final book. She has learned a lot of important lessons while pursuing her culinary education in France but finds there is much more involved in following her dreams back home than she expected. Her friend Jean-Paul, who accompanies her to Three Sisters Island, turns out to be something of a subtle "angel in disguise" who ends up helping nearly everyone in the family with advice filled with wisdom and faith. "Pray and release" shows itself to be the answer to so many questions. I highly recommend At Lighthouse Point to fans of great inspirational fiction. This story would best be read after enjoying the first two books in the series. Thanks to Celebrate Lit for providing a copy of the book. I am happy to share my own thoughts in this review.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Kelly-Ann ~ Sassy Bookish Mama

    I am going to keep this one short because I am not finished with it. I stopped in the middle of it because this is the last book in the series and I kind of felt a little disconnected with the characters and the storyline so I just picked up the book from the library so I can start the series and be on track. Perhaps you aren't like me but some books that are in series are meant to be read together and I feel like this is one of them. Here's what I can tell you so far... this is a sweet, slow bu I am going to keep this one short because I am not finished with it. I stopped in the middle of it because this is the last book in the series and I kind of felt a little disconnected with the characters and the storyline so I just picked up the book from the library so I can start the series and be on track. Perhaps you aren't like me but some books that are in series are meant to be read together and I feel like this is one of them. Here's what I can tell you so far... this is a sweet, slow build story. The characters so far seem quite lovely and I want to know more about the Greyson family. They seem like a lovely family but since this is the last book in the series I feel like I am missing all the amazingness of this family (hence why I am reading the first book!) Three Sister Island is a beautiful place. Definitely puts you in vacation vibe. Stick feet into the sand with cool drink and enjoy a book kind of vibe. I love the writing, Suzanne Woods Fisher does a great job at weaving God through the story without being preachy. Overall I think the story so far is great but if you are like me go grab the first of the series to start from the beginning or if reading series out of order doesn't bother you just grab it! I think you will like it! I received a copy of this book through Celebrate Lit. I was not required to post a positive review. All views expressed are only my honest opinion.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jocelyn

    At Lighthouse Point is the last book in the Three Sisters Island series. After reading Books 1 and 2, I was looking forward to reading Blain's story. Youngest sister Blaine Grayson returns home to Three Sisters Island after being gone to Paris for two years. Having been trained at Le Cordon Bleu as a chef, she dreams of opening a restaurant on her return home to Three Sisters Island. But things go awry when she returns to find the kitchen she dreamed of has been remodeled by her non cooking siste At Lighthouse Point is the last book in the Three Sisters Island series. After reading Books 1 and 2, I was looking forward to reading Blain's story. Youngest sister Blaine Grayson returns home to Three Sisters Island after being gone to Paris for two years. Having been trained at Le Cordon Bleu as a chef, she dreams of opening a restaurant on her return home to Three Sisters Island. But things go awry when she returns to find the kitchen she dreamed of has been remodeled by her non cooking sister. She finds so many changes after being gone for so long, she starts to doubt if she was really supposed to come home. The story was well written and the characters well developed. Dialogue brought you into the heart of each one, as they struggle to find their place in the family. From Dad Paul, to sisters Cam, Maddie and Blaine. There is also Granddad who shows up after being absent for many years. And the friend of Blaine's who has traveled with her from France. At Lighthouse Point is a story about the many dynamics of family and how love and faith can lead to reconciliation. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would recommend it. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from Revell. All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Ibjoy1953

    Blaine couldn’t wait to get back home to Three Sisters Island and start her career as chef and have a fine dining place for others to come eat. But when she returned she was shocked at what she found. The new kitchen was a chef’s horror because it was designed by Cam, who knows nothing about cooking. But a trip to the Lighthouse sparked an interest that took root. I love this third book to this series. And I would give anything to live near the beach. Fisher create wonderful characters, though so Blaine couldn’t wait to get back home to Three Sisters Island and start her career as chef and have a fine dining place for others to come eat. But when she returned she was shocked at what she found. The new kitchen was a chef’s horror because it was designed by Cam, who knows nothing about cooking. But a trip to the Lighthouse sparked an interest that took root. I love this third book to this series. And I would give anything to live near the beach. Fisher create wonderful characters, though some of them got on my nerves. Especially Cam. She’s determined to have her way despite the fact that she has no real facts about the matter. I enjoyed getting to know all of the Grayson family more and it was a pleasant surprise to see grandpa Grayson appear. I like that old man. I’m not sure if there are more.books to this series but I would love to know more of what happens to Camp Kicking Moose and especially Blaine’s dreams. This is a great read and would make and even greater summer or beach read. This one gets 5 stars from me. A special thanks to the author/publisher for a copy of this book. I am not required to write a positive review, the opinions here are mine alone. I am disclosing this with my review in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Cheryl Wood

    “God will never give up on you, even if you give up on him. His purpose for your life continues, wherever you are.” Suzanne Woods has become one of many favorite authors of mine. At Lighthouse Point is a story of faith, family, friendship, commitment, and a touch of romance set in Maine on an island community. This is the last book in the Three Sisters Island series, and I was sad for it to end. Each story is about one of the three Grayson sisters, At Lighthouse Point is about Blaine, the younges “God will never give up on you, even if you give up on him. His purpose for your life continues, wherever you are.” Suzanne Woods has become one of many favorite authors of mine. At Lighthouse Point is a story of faith, family, friendship, commitment, and a touch of romance set in Maine on an island community. This is the last book in the Three Sisters Island series, and I was sad for it to end. Each story is about one of the three Grayson sisters, At Lighthouse Point is about Blaine, the youngest sister who is a gifted chef. Blaine just returned from Paris where she became a Le Cordon Bleu trained chef, upon returning home she realizes that the island and Camp Kicking Moose is not how she pictured it. Blaine also brought home Jean-Paul who rescued her from doing something she might have regretted. It was nice to see how Cam and Maddie progressed throughout the series. I loved the life lessons and seeing God’s hand in Blaine’s life. I received an ARC from the publisher in exchange for my opinion. All opinions are my own.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Suzie Waltner

    3.5 Stars The conclusion to Suzanne Woods Fisher’s Three Sisters Island series is supposed to be all about Blaine. And it is, in a way. The reader sees how much Blaine has grown into her career, yet she still feels unheard in her family. There is definitely some growth in Blaine throughout the course of the book when it comes to relationships with her family. However, the relationship between Blaine and her best friend Artie left a lot to be desired. For most of the book, Artie is simply a medical 3.5 Stars The conclusion to Suzanne Woods Fisher’s Three Sisters Island series is supposed to be all about Blaine. And it is, in a way. The reader sees how much Blaine has grown into her career, yet she still feels unheard in her family. There is definitely some growth in Blaine throughout the course of the book when it comes to relationships with her family. However, the relationship between Blaine and her best friend Artie left a lot to be desired. For most of the book, Artie is simply a medical professional forced to help Blaine’s French friend. When the two finally do talk to each other about what happened a couple years before, it is rushed. In fact, there was more romance between Blaine’s older sisters and their husbands (who got their time in the sun in the previous books) than there is between Artie and Blaine. That said, it was delightful to return to this Maine island and reunite with some of the memorable characters and the challenges of living remotely. This is also a series you will get much more out of reading in order as the layers of each character build from book to book. Disclosure statement: I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book and was not required to write a positive review. All opinions are my own.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Carol Lee

    I was drawn to this story first because I like lighthouses, but kept reading due to the story. Blaine has a good plan, but not all the resources needed to make it work. She wants to remake the family business into a great restaurant, but soon finds out it is not as easy as she first hoped. She also has to modify her plans when she realizes that coming home is not at all as she wants as she has to work with family and old acquaintances to make her dream a reality. I received a copy to read, the r I was drawn to this story first because I like lighthouses, but kept reading due to the story. Blaine has a good plan, but not all the resources needed to make it work. She wants to remake the family business into a great restaurant, but soon finds out it is not as easy as she first hoped. She also has to modify her plans when she realizes that coming home is not at all as she wants as she has to work with family and old acquaintances to make her dream a reality. I received a copy to read, the review is mine.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Vicky Sluiter

    Book three in the Three Sisters Island series, I loved this story. It’s a page turner. So much fun to return to the island and see what’s going on with the Grayson family and Camp Kicking Moose. While there are many characters in the story, it’s easy to follow each one. I love the characters and the way that the author builds their personalities. They have depth and a realness that makes it enjoyable to read. So many different life events are happening, along with the emotions but always with hope Book three in the Three Sisters Island series, I loved this story. It’s a page turner. So much fun to return to the island and see what’s going on with the Grayson family and Camp Kicking Moose. While there are many characters in the story, it’s easy to follow each one. I love the characters and the way that the author builds their personalities. They have depth and a realness that makes it enjoyable to read. So many different life events are happening, along with the emotions but always with hope and love. If you enjoy contemporary Christian fiction I recommend the entire series. I received a complimentary copy of this book but was not required to leave a review.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Melissa B

    After reading through the series, I feel as if the characters are my neighbors! A Realistic, well written account of three generations. Not overly dramatic but definitely relatable. I love the characters, their family love for each other, their conflicts, their personal joys and dreams.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jeanette Fallon

    There has to be another book so I can find out how things go for the whole family.  I was pleasantly surprised that I was able to jump right back into the lives of the residents at Three Sisters Island.   Blaine felt she had something to prove.  In her opinion, her worth was based on her success in cooking.  She as well as her sisters were driven to succeed.  I wonder where that came from? A new character in this book was Jean-Paul.  He was a friend that Blaine met in France.  He had the gifts of There has to be another book so I can find out how things go for the whole family.  I was pleasantly surprised that I was able to jump right back into the lives of the residents at Three Sisters Island.   Blaine felt she had something to prove.  In her opinion, her worth was based on her success in cooking.  She as well as her sisters were driven to succeed.  I wonder where that came from? A new character in this book was Jean-Paul.  He was a friend that Blaine met in France.  He had the gifts of observing, listening and being straight forward in his advice.  I wasn't totally surprised by the decision he made for his future. Why do we feel that our worth is based on whether we succeed or fail at something?   Colossians 3:12-14 New International Version 12 Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience. 13 Bear with each other and forgive one another if any of you has a grievance against someone. Forgive as the Lord forgave you. 14 And over all these virtues put on love, which binds them all together in perfect unity. As I read this story, I thought back to my early years.  I was so focused on achieving a goal and to make others proud of me through my accomplishments.  Sure, my accomplishments allowed me to support my family but I failed to realize that I was already worthy.  My parents did not think more of me or loved me more because I graduated from college.  GOD doesn't love me because I had a job.  GOD loves me because I am one of his "chosen" people.   Each sister discovered that their worth had nothing to do with a cell tower, having a successful counseling practice or a restaurant.  Their worth was in the relationships that they had with their family and the other residents in their community.  GOD "binds them all together in perfect unity".  I received this book from Celebrate Lit to give a honest review. About the Book Book:  At Lighthouse Point Author: Suzanne Woods Fisher Genre: Christian Contemporary Romance Release date: May 4, 2021 Blaine Grayson returns to Three Sisters Island with a grand plan–to take Camp Kicking Moose to the next level. Her dream starts to unravel when she discovers Moose Manor’s kitchen has been badly remodeled by her sister, Cam, who doesn’t know how to cook. Added to that blow is the cold shoulder given by her best friend, Artie Lotosky, now a doctor to the unbridged Maine islands. As old wounds are opened, Blaine starts to wonder if she made a mistake by coming home. Little by little, she must let go of one dream to discover a new one, opening her heart to a purpose and a future she had never imagined.   Click here to get your copy!   About the Author Award winning author Suzanne Woods Fisher writes for readers who have learned to expect the unexpected. With more than one million copies of her books sold worldwide, she is the bestselling author of more than 30 works, ranging from novels to non-fiction books to children’s books. Currently, she lives with her very big family in the East Bay.   More from Suzanne 10 Curious Facts about Lighthouses     People love lighthouses. There’s just something special about those sturdy sentinels with their beacons of light, patiently sweeping the water, their mournful and haunting wail of a foghorn. Longfollow’s poem, The Lighthouse, written in 1850, captured the allure so well:   And as the evening darkens, lo! how bright, Through the deep purple of the twilight air, Beams forth the sudden radiance of its light, With strange, unearthly splendor in the glare!   “Unearthly splendor.” Wow, doesn’t that hit the nail on the head? A lighthouse, to me, represents a spiritual truth: Someone’s watching out for us, looking out for the dangers ahead, and always glad to welcome us home.     Here are 10 facts about lighthouses that you might not know:   THE FIRST KNOWN LIGHTHOUSE was Egypt’s Pharos of Alexandria, Egypt, built in the third century B.C. The lighthouse was made from a fire on a platform to warn sailors of the port’s entrance. This lighthouse was one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World.   THE OLDEST EXISTING LIGHTHOUSE IN THE WORLD is considered to be La Coruna in Spain that dates from ca. 20 B.C. A Roman lighthouse is located on the Cliffs of Dover in the UK that was constructed in 40 A.D.   THE UNITED STATES IS HOME to more lighthouses than any other country.   THE FIRST LIGHTHOUSE IN AMERICA was at Boston on Little Brewster Island (1716). The first keeper was George Worthylake who, sadly, was drowned, along with his wife and daughter, when returning to the island in 1718.   THE TALLEST LIGHTHOUSE is on Cape Hatteras, NC. Built in 1872, it reached 196 feet tall.   THE FIRST WEST COAST LIGHTHOUSE was built on Alcatraz Island in 1854.   DAYMARKS are the painted colors and patterns (diamonds, spirals and stripes) on lighthouse towers to distinguish them from each other.   LIGHTHOUSE KEEPING was one of the first U.S. government jobs available to women, as far back as the 19th century. Most obtained their position when their husband died or became incapacitated.   THE RANGE OF THE LIGHTHOUSE LIGHT produces a light seen 25 miles at sea.   ABOUT 700 LIGHTHOUSES are still in active use in the United States.   As I wrote the third book in the ‘Three Sisters island’ series, I just had to give that little charred lighthouse its day in the sun. It had patiently played a role in the first two books, waiting for its turn on center stage. Not only did its setting provide a very unexpected “WHAT? How did that happen?” conclusion to the series, it even stole the headline! The undisputed title: At Lighthouse Point.   Do you have a favorite lighthouse? If so, please add your picture in the comments below. Don’t forget to include its location.   Thanks for reading! 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