Lighthouses: A Cover List

The unifying element between these ten books is the fact that they have a lighthouse on the cover. This in itself makes these books awesome and irresistible to me. Last Christmas, happenstance tossed Lighthouse Christmasa delightful historical fiction picture book about the Flying Santa program, across my path. And I still need to watch The Light Between Oceans. It’s waiting for me at home. Life on a coast also means that I have lived a good portion of my life less than an hour from a lighthouse. Pretty dang sweet, I agree. May these beacons guide you to romance, excitement, thrills, and mystery. If you have other books that you want to share, please write them in the comments below. Cheers!

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