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16 Lighthouse Road

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Sandra Burr

9 Hours 49 Minutes

Brilliance Audio

January 2008


Audio Book Summary

Olivia Lockhart 16 Lighthouse Road Cedar Cove, Washington Dear Listener, You don't know me yet, but in a few hours that's going to change. You see, I'm inviting you to my home and my town of Cedar Cove because I want you to meet my family, friends, and neighbors. Come and hear their stories - maybe even their secrets! I have to admit that my own secrets are pretty open. My marriage failed some years ago, and I have a rather...difficult relationship with my daughter, Justine. Then there's my mother, Charlotte, who has plenty of opinions and is always willing to share them. Here's an example: I'm a family court judge and she likes to drop in on my courtroom. Recently I was hearing a divorce petition. In Charlotte's view, young Cecilia and Ian Randall hadn't tried hard enough to make their marriage work - and I agreed. So I rendered my judgement: Divorce Denied. Well, you wouldn't believe the reaction! Thanks to an article by Jack Griffin, the editor of our local paper (and a man I wouldn't mind seeing more of!), everyone's talking. Cedar Cove - people love it and sometimes they leave it, but they never forget it! See you soon... Olivia

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    Love Cedar Cove stories. They are just like having a family and able to sit around and catch up with what is going on.

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  • eportuguesa

    Yes, the narrator is not good with mens voices, kinda ruins your concentration on the story - for me anyway!

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  • Elizabeth H.

    loved it couldn't wait until my quite time to listen and knit

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  • JayBee

    Interesting story, though it is a bit rambling and borders on saccharine. The narrator has no idea how to create mens' voices. They all sound the very old men. Some of the women sound good; others are wimpy.

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