A Christmas Visitor

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Penguin, 2007 - Fiction - 249 pages
17 Reviews
Christmas comes again to the little town of Cape Light.

Molly Willoughby-Harding has a beautiful home, a husband, family, and friends, and a blossoming new business-so why is she unhappy? Just as her life is starting to take off, she's pregnant again-and she's going to have to confront her previous notions of what she truly needs to be happy, in order to recapture that elusive Christmas spirit...

Meanwhile, Miranda Potter has found an injured man who's lost his memory. As she nurses him back to health an unexpected attraction develops. Can Miranda let uncertainty back into her life just as things finally start making sense?

And when Reverend Ben finds a wooden angel statue, word spreads that it holds miraculous powers, turning his peaceful church into a tourist attraction-and making it seem more of a burden then a blessing. But what he discovers is that he's given the people of Cape Light the best Christmas gift of all.
 

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User Review  - Flo Epp - Christianbook.com

Having read the previous 7 books by Thomas Kinkade, it was fun to revisit Cape Light and catch up on the various families. A lot happens in the course of one short book! Read full review

User Review  - Judith G Howe - Christianbook.com

ALL books in this wonderful series are absolutely great-this one is especially good because Molly has a baby-you'll love this feel-good story because today we need decent, true to life novels with a spiritual message-and you want them to never end! Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
24
Section 3
50
Section 4
67
Section 5
95
Section 6
113
Section 7
141
Section 8
155
Section 9
183
Section 10
207
Section 11
228
Section 12
245
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About the author (2007)

Thomas Kinkade is America's most collected living artist, a painter- communicator whose tranquil, light-infused paintings bring hope and joy to millions each year. Each painting Thomas Kinkade creates is a quiet messenger in the home, affirming the basic values of family, faith in God, and the luminous beauty of nature.

Katherine Spencer was a fiction editor before turning to a full-time career as a writer. The author of more than twenty books for both children and adults, she lives with her husband and daughter in a small village on the Long Island Sound, very much like Cape Light.

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