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Dawn Conners's parents are famous for finding historic treasures, but she has a knack for losing things - her job, her boyfriend, and now, her reputation. Thanks to a mud-slinging exposé, Dawn's late great-grandfather is assumed guilty of stealing silver from a century-old shipwreck. Hoping to clear his name, Dawn returns to Starlight Cove, her idyllic hometown on Lake Michigan, where the doomed vessel sleeps beneath the beam of a ramshackle lighthouse.
Her plan: remodel and sell the lighthouse while untangling the perplexing family mystery. Neither task is easy, especially once her well-meaning parents and the quirky locals - including nautical researcher and Starlight Cove's most eligible bachelor, Kip Whittaker - get involved. Despite their attraction, Dawn is reluctant to trust Kip, or any of the close-knit townsfolk. But as she pieces together the truth, Dawn's once-shuttered heart opens up. And if she's willing, the lighthouse might guide her to a place she never expected to find, where the past entwines with a bright new beginning.
©2017 Cynthia Ellingsen (P)2017 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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By Wild Horses Flying on 07-02-17

Good ocean town setting

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I understand the writer wanted to establish the main character as angry-ish and aloof from people. It was still hard to listen to. But I liked the setting and she brought some originality to the treasure and map theme so I kept listening. As the story evolved, I was glad that the main character lost some of her prickles and warmer and believable interactions with her parents and friends came into the story. The characters didn't have particular depth but the plot had some freshness and surprises and the main character was moved through realistic stages of struggle and self-insight that was positive and supportive to the reader since most of us have these things in our own lives. So, overall, I did enjoy this book.

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By Lisa on 04-16-17

Great story , completely entertaining!

Not sure how I even tripped across this book, but boy am I glad I did! First I was excited that it was 11 hours long, I love the long ones, and of course if they are entertaining!
This book had a little bit of everything, a beautiful small town on the coast of MI, the fixing up of a Lighthouse, a wonderful bit of history, a treasure hunt, love, and so much more!
This is well worth the credit for all you easy listeners out there that just want to listen to a feel good book and be throughly entertained!!
Late Rudd does a great job narrating and I will definitely look for more books by Cynthia Ellingsen.

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