A Christmas To Remember: A Cape Light Novel

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Penguin, Oct 2, 2007 - Fiction - 272 pages
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The New York Times bestselling authors take a nostalgic journey into the Cape Light of Christmas past.

As Cape Light dwellers get ready to deck the halls for a Christmas to remember, curmudgeonly Lillian Warwick is confined to bed, injured after a nasty fall. Cared for by her daughters, Emily and Jessica, she lets her thoughts drift back to the holiday season of 1955, when she first met Oliver Warwick, the dashing man who would become her husband. Recounting those romantic early days, she is reminded of a time when she had much to be grateful for-and recognizes the mistakes she's made since. And to cap off this life-altering season, there just might be a winter wedding on the horizon.
 

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User Review  - exlibrisbitsy - LibraryThing

Lillian Warwick is a curmudgeonly old woman who suffers a bad fall and is forced into the care of her daughters and granddaughter. After the fall she finds herself reliving old memories of times gone ... Read full review

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User Review  - bgherman - LibraryThing

This book just between 3 separate events. Events that happens to the main character Lilian in 1955, Lillian at the current time, and a nursing student. For the life of me I do not know why we have the ... Read full review

Contents

A LETTER FROM THOMAS KINKADE
CHAPTER ONE
CHAPTER TWO
CHAPTER THREE
CHAPTER FOUR
CHAPTER FIVE
CHAPTER SIX
CHAPTER SEVEN
CHAPTER EIGHT
CHAPTER NINE
CHAPTER TEN
CHAPTER ELEVEN
CHAPTER TWELVE
CHAPTER THIRTEEN
CHAPTER FOURTEEN
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During his life, Thomas Kinkadereceived numerous national awards for his works, including multiple National Association of Limited Edition Dealers awards for Artist of the Year and Graphic Artist of the Year. Known as "the Painter of Light," Kinkade was able to recreate dramatic effects of pictorial lighting in a way that made the images seem to glow from within.

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