At Lighthouse Point

Reviewed by:

Ceil Carey, retired public librarian and long time book discussion leader



At Lighthouse Point


Suzanne Woods Fisher




May 2021




305 pages

The third in the Three Sisters Island series is a hit, just as entertaining and inspiring as the first two. Although each could be read and enjoyed alone, having read all three, my suggestion would be to read them in order for the full effect. 

Blaine Grayson returns to the island with great plans which, of course, do not play out as she had hoped. Both of her sisters are pregnant, the camp kitchen which she had planned on designing (after all she is the one with a culinary degree) has already been completed and is totally wrong for a professional site and no one understands why she has brought home Jean Paul. Is he a boyfriend and if not, why has he come with her? 

Old wounds seem to be opening up one by one but sometimes that is just what it takes for healing to begin. And that just might be what each of the Graysons need. New dreams and facing life head-on while trusting God for His leading.



Rating (1 to 5):


Suggested Audience:

Fans of Christian fiction and romance  and of author Suzanne Woods Fisher

Christian Impact:

Author Fisher likes to remind her readers of what is truly important in life: faith, family and friendships.

Other Notes:


-Questions for discussion

-Recipe for Blaine’s Outrageous Fudgy Brownies

-A sneak peek at A Season on the Wind

At Lighthouse Point (Three Sisters Island, #3)

About Ceil Carey

The Evangelical Church Library Association, founded in 1970, is a fellowship of Christian churches, schools, and individuals.

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