A Christmas Star: A Cape Light Novel

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Penguin, Oct 7, 2008 - Fiction - 288 pages
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A Christmas light shines bright in the midst of the darkest winter.

With Christmas only a few weeks away, Sam and Jessica Morgan look forward to celebrating the joyous day together. But when they?re awakened by the smoke alarm in the midst of one quiet night, they barely make it outside before their beloved house is engulfed in flames. Meanwhile, single mom Julie Newton and her seven-year-old daughter appear on Jack Sawyer?s doorstep, thanks to bad weather, a broken-down car, and a dead cell phone battery. And though Jack, still mourning the loss of his wife, feels none of the holiday spirit, he can?t turn them away. As Sam and Jessica become perpetual guests in others? homes, trying to piece their future back together, and Jack finds his frozen heart melting day by day, it soon becomes clearer than ever that miracles can happen even in the humblest of settings.
 

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User Review  - jbarr5 - LibraryThing

A Christmas Star Cape Light by Thomas Kinkaid and Katherine Spenser Jessica and Sam are displaced by the fire. Relatives and friends have them stay at their houses and wear their clothes. The kids ... Read full review

User Review  - Sonya Mitchell - Christianbook.com

I have read most of the books in this series, & found this one to be just as good as the previous ones. I enjoyed "meeting" some new people in Cape Light, & can't wait to read the next book!Great reading for the Christmas season. Read full review

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CHAPTER THREE
CHAPTER FIVE
CHAPTER SEVEN
CHAPTER NINE
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CHAPTER ELEVEN
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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