Would I Recommend This Book?
Yes, but it doesn't need to rush to the top of your to-read pile. I really enjoyed the first book, this one wasn't quite as exciting for me. (In all fairness, I tend to suffer from series syndrome and love the first book in a series and find it hard for the rest to compare.)
I enjoy the history of the series, rooted in the lighthouses along Lake Michigan. It's interesting to learn a bit about a piece of history I really know nothing about.
I would be interested in reading more about Tessa, Caroline's sister. Overall the characters were well written but I think it was a few small plot things that threw me off.
I liked the tying in of the driftwood, if you read the first story in the series, you will know what I mean. You don't need to have read the first book to enjoy this story, though as always it adds to the story.
My Rating: 3/5
(Disclosure: I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I am under no obligation to provide a positive review. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own.)
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My Rating Scale:
5 stars= A definite favorite, will be re-read again and again, and permanently placed on my bookshelf.
4 stars= A pretty good book, one that will be re-read eventually, placed on the bookshelf.
3 stars= An average to good book, that may or may not be read again, probably has a place in my library.
2 stars= A not liked book, I wouldn't read it again, and wouldn't have a place in my library.
1 star = A book I really didn't enjoy, wouldn't read again, would not keep in my library.)