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Author: Lin Stepp
Date/Time: Tuesday 04/09/2024 at 11:00 AM
Book: Light in the Dark
Synopsis: In the third novel in the beloved Lighthouse Sisters series, Celeste Deveaux struggles to find her way back to joy, love, and meaning after a painful relationship almost shatters her life. Celeste Deveaux, a bestselling country music singer with fans around the world, never planned or expected to come home again, battered and beaten, to her family’s oceanfront inn and historic lighthouse at Edisto Island on the South Carolina coast. With threats still following her, Celeste struggles to find peace, to decide on her direction, and to recover her life. Reid Beckett was stunned to see Celeste Deveaux make her way to the piano to sing one night at his Uncle Thurman's restaurant in Charleston. It had been at least eight years since she’d last performed here as a young girl, long before she left and became a well-known star. He doubted she even remembered him or would recognize him again, but he well remembered her. The Lighthouse Sisters Series follow the lives of four sisters who grew up in the shadow of the tall Deveaux Lighthouse at the Deveaux Inn on Watch Island. The Light Station, developed when the lighthouse was built in 1870 on Watch Island, at the far end of Edisto Island, has been in the Deveaux family since its origin. When the lighthouse was decommissioned, in the 1930s, the property reverted back to the family who remodeled the old keeper's home into a gracious inn for visitors. Although the island is often busy with tourists visiting the inn or coming to tour the historic lighthouse, the island is accessible only by boat—making this windswept spot a somewhat isolated place for the four Deveaux Sisters to grow up. Lin Stepp is the author of 23 novels in four series, plus guide books to North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee state parks, written with her husband, J.L.
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