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by Sally Smith O'Rourke

eBook The Maidenstone Lighthouse download ISBN: 1602851115
Author: Sally Smith O'Rourke
Publisher: Center Point Pub (February 1, 2008)
Language: English
ePub: 1482 kb
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Category: Romance
Subcategory: Romantic Suspense

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Susan awakens one night to see an ethereal figure standing at her window. More curious than afraid, Susan is immediately intrigued by the ghost of this sad and beautiful girl who gazes out at the Maidenstone Lighthouse. The startling truth behind a century-old mystery emerges to shed a beacon of light on dangerous shadows in Susan's past.

Grief stricken by the tragic death of her fiancé Bobby in a plane crash, Susan Mark retreats to Freedman's Cove, Rhode Island, a place that carries only good memories for her. There, she nurses her grief and eventually begins to heal - until the night she sees an ethereal figure standing at her window looking out at the Maidenstone Lighthouse.

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Sally Smith O'rourke. New York artist Eliza Knight certainly did not realize it at the time, but her life changed when she bought the old, beat-up vanity table one lazy Sunday afternoon. Tucked away behind the mirror she found two letters, one sealed, but one already opened: "May 12th, 1810. Dearest Jane, the Captain has found me out.

Nestled in a coastal inlet a few miles north of Newport, Rhode Island, Freedman's Cove is known for its superb seafood, its postcard-pretty waterfront, and its exquisite Victorian homes - a legacy of the town's past as a summer resort for wealthy families. Manhattan antiques appraiser Susan Marks inherited one of these ornate mansions from her great aunt. After suffering a devastating loss, she retreats to Freedman's Cove to nurse her grief.Three months have passed since the corporate plane piloted by Susan's lover, Bobby Hayward, disappeared at sea, but still Susan dreams nightly of his safe return. Her days are filled with memories of Bobby's mischievous blue eyes, his sensual touch, and the sheer zest for living that he imparted to every moment of their time together.Amid the bracing sea air and familiar surroundings of the town where she spent happy childhood summers, Susan starts to recover her peace of mind - until she awakens one night to see an ethereal figure standing at her window. More curious than afraid, Susan is immediately intrigued by the ghost of this sad and beautiful young girl who gazes out at "The Maidenstone Lighthouse". Delving into the story of her ancestor's tragic death brings Susan into contact with Dan Freedman, a local historian and famed artist who was once the town's teenage rebel. But even as the hours spent with Dan awaken Susan's hope that she could someday find love again, the startling truth behind a century-old mystery emerges to shed a beacon of light on dangerous shadows in Susan's own past...and in her present.
Comments: (6)
Celace
Nice book. OK sOAK book. Arrived on time and was in good condition.tory.
Malogamand
Maidenstone Lighthouse was the perfect summer read. It had it all -- well devised plot with multible twists and turns, well defined characters, mystery, romance and wonderful descriptions of the north Atlantic coast. I now want to see visit those rocky shores with ancient lighthouses and rent a haunted victorian for the summer. Alas, I can dream! O'Rourke's book was a definite page-turner. Don't miss it.The Maidenstone Lighthouse
Blackbrand
Good read--I didn't want to put it down. The ending was pretty predictable, but it was still an enjoyable read. You don't get many ghost stories these days, which I enjoy, so this was a nice change.
Ice_One_Guys
I really enjoyed reading this book. O'Rourke's writing style is pleasant and flows easily, which is exactly what I needed since I'm still a bit foggy from being sick most of the week. I was caught up in the story very quickly--who doesn't like a ghost story?--and I had a hard time putting the book down. Actually, there is more to this book than just the ghost story, but I don't want to give away too much because I would risk spoiling it. Let's just say the last several chapters prove to be very intense!

I also liked the way O'Rourke handled Susan's two men in her life--Bobby (disappeared and presumed dead), whom Susan had basically fooled herself into believing was the perfect man, and Dan, who truly was the perfect man--for her, I mean, naturally he had his own flaws. It was a very realistic portrayal of her relationships--luckily, in the end she found someone who was everything she wanted, rather than someone whom she had built up to be everything she wanted because that was what she wanted to believe and wanted to have. (I hope that made sense, I plead a fuzzy head from the cold if it doesn't!)

All-in-all I thought it was a great escapist read, made even better by the fact that had I not been browsing BJ's, I likely never would have come across it! A ghost story/mystery from Susan's family's past, an emerging mystery in Susan's current life, and a love story with a happy ending. Now I've got to get my hands on O'Rourke's first book, The Man Who Loved Jane Austen--I like the sound of that!
FreandlyMan
Grief stricken by the tragic death of her beloved Bobby in a plane crash over the Pacific and lacking closure as his body and those of the other victims were never found, Susan Mark needs time away from the memories of her fiancé that is everywhere. She heads to property she inherited from her great aunt in Freedman's Cove, Rhode Island. She goes there because her fondest memories were the summers she spent there.

To her shock, the ghost of an ancestor visits Sue, who learns the spirit died tragically. Sue also meets childhood summer friend Dan Freedman. With his help, she begins to accept her loss and move on with her life. However, as Sue and Don fall in love, a second tragedy leaves Sue shattered once again.

Two mysteries, past and present, make for a wonderful contemporary tale starring a likable protagonist who when she sees the apparition for the first time wonders if she is losing her mind due to her grief. Sue owns the exciting well written story line as she struggles to find solace only to deal with a hundred year old mystery and her growing attraction to dependable Dan; ironically the first somewhat occupies her mind while the second her heart but also makes her feel guilty that she is deserting Bobby. THE MAIDENSTONE LIGHTHOUSE is an entertaining amateur sleuth paranormal romance.

Harriet Klausner
fr0mTheSkY
I can say I have read her first with Jane and now Maidenstone. It is a book that is a fast read because you want to find out what will happen next. She fell in love with someone and lost them only to find out the real danger lay ahead in more ways than one. There are three people to save her and one is a ghost.
I would say give this author a try and her newest Christmas at Sea Pines Cottage is good for the whole family to read. My 10year old son loved it!