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The Lightkeeper's Ball: A Review

In 1910, New York socialite Olivia Stewart resists an arranged, socially advantageous marriage, and the mysterious death of her sister Eleanor in Northern California is an unhappy but convenient excuse to go West to investigate. On the way, she is thrown off a Bay area ship and nearly drowned, so she has a number of reasons to hide her identity when she arrives in Mercy Falls, Calif. Her shipboard rescuer turns out to be her dead sister's fiancé Harrison Bennett, about whom she has suspicions. Harrison in turn has his reasons to distrust the Stewart family. In this atmosphere of deceit and suspicion, attraction between Olivia and Harrison grows.

The Lightkeeper’s Ball, was a beautiful story of a woman trying to find out what happened to her sister. This book seemed to me like suspense, murder mystery and a tiny bit of romance. The book entertained me from start to finish; there are tons of twists and turns. The book was full of beautiful detailed scenery, and she detailed it so per…