Amanda Lewis is about to lose the only home she’s ever known–the cottage at the North Point Light in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Her mother had received the commission to operate the lighthouse, but tragedy rips away that commission.
Captain Ezra Danfield is new to the city. He plans to give his daughter stability, which includes a home and proper schooling. But a violent storm on Lake Michigan threatens their lives on the night of their arrival, and it’s Amanda Lewis, operating the North Point Light, who guides them safely into Milwaukee’s harbor. He makes a point to thank her, and when she asks for his help, Ezra cannot refuse.
However, Amanda has a few cockamamie ideas that could ruin her life, so Ezra must put a stop to them–even if it means shedding light on the darkest recesses of his heart and soul.
Set on the blustery coast of Lake Michigan, this sweet novella is one that is sure to capture both your senses and your imagination. Andrea Boeshaar has crafted a heartwarming story with dynamic characters that are sure to please!
Amanda is a spunky young woman determined to keep her family legacy of operating the lighthouse, however, when tragedy strikes will she be able to move on and accept God’s plan for her future?
After the death of his wife, Captain Ezra has decided to set aside his days on board a ship to put down roots and raise his young daughter. His last shipment finds him navigating a storm on Lake Michigan where he finds safe harbor at the North Point harbor due in thanks to the lighthouse. Will Ezra find more than he expected? Will he be able to learn to lean on God after the devastating loss of his wife?
This sweet novella, with its dynamic characters, beautiful setting and history-rich details is sure to bring a smile to your face as you enjoy this charming story!
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About the Author:
Andrea Kuhn Boeshaar has been married for more than 30 years. She and her husband, Daniel, have three adult sons, daughters-in-law, and two precious grandchildren. Andrea’s educational background includes the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, where she studied in English, and Alverno College where she studied in Professional Communications and Business Management.
Andrea has been writing stories and poems since she was a little girl; however, it wasn’t until 1984 that she started submitting her work for publication. Eight years after that, she was convicted about writing for the Christian market. She read books in her genre (Inspirational Romance & Women’s Fiction), studied the market, and worked hard to hone her craft.