Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Review: Meet Me At The Lighthouse by Mary Jane Baker

Meet Me at the Lighthouse‘The day I turned 28, I bought a lighthouse and met the love of my life’

Bobbie Hannigan’s life in a cottage by the sea with her dog and her twin sister is perfectly fine … until she decides the logical thing is to buy a lighthouse and open a music venue with Ross Mason, the first boy she ever kissed.

Bobbie tries to be professional with Ross, but the happily-ever-after they’re working toward is too good to resist. That is until someone from his past crawls back to cause trouble. Can Bobbie look past the secrets Ross has been keeping from her? Or will the boy, the lighthouse and the dream all slip away?

Escape to the Yorkshire coast this summer with this laugh-out-loud romantic comedy from Mary Jayne Baker!

Shona's review 5 of 5 stars

It seems to have taken me weeks to read this book because life kept getting in the way. Usually when this happens I often find myself forgetting parts, and/or struggling to relate to the main characters and the story, its a testament to Bakers writing that this was not the case here. It did not matter if I was picking up after an hour or a day or two, I was able to slip back between the pages of Bobbie's story with ease.


Bobbie's story has everything... those laugh out loud moments and some tearful moments. One of my favourite things about this book was that we got not one but two love stories. Yes we have Bobbie and Ross who are hoping to rekindle their childhood romance but we also have Charlie and Annie, the previous owners of the lighthouse... you can't read their story without a tear or two.

This is the first of Bakers books that I've read, but it most certainly wont be the last. Especially if they are anything like this one.

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