Item description for Christmas Visitor (Cape Light #8) by Thomas Kinkade & Katherine Spencer...
Overview From the "New York Times"-bestselling authors comes a story of Cape Light Christmas surprises as the spirit of the season gives its residents hope and happiness.
Publishers Description From the "New York Times" bestselling authors comes a story of Cape Light Christmas surprises? Molly knows she's fortunate, but after raising children who are nearing adulthood, she is pregnant again. With her own life just taking off she can?t conceal her disappointment?and will have to explore what she truly needs to be happy to recapture her Christmas spirit. Meanwhile, Miranda has found an unconscious man in her orchard and while she nurses him back to health, an unexpected attraction develops. Can she let uncertainty back in her life again? And Reverend Ben finds his own mystery, an abandoned wooden angel statue that people believe holds miraculous powers. He?d wished for more visitors, but his church turning into a tourist attraction is more of a burden than a blessing. Christmas doesn?t always bring the things we ask for or expect. But sometimes it brings gifts more wonderful than we dreamed?
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Studio: Berkley Trade
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.2" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.9" Weight: 0.66 lbs.
Release Date Oct 1, 2008
Publisher Penguin Group USA
Series Cape Light
Series Number 8
ISBN 0425223507 ISBN13 9780425223505
Availability 0 units.
More About Thomas Kinkade & Katherine Spencer
During his life, Thomas Kinkade received numerous national awards for his works, including multiple National Association of Limited Edition Dealers awards for Artist of the Year and Graphic Artist of the Year. Known as "the Painter of Light," Kinkade was able to recreate dramatic effects of pictorial lighting in a way that made the images seem to glow from within.
Thomas Kinkade lived in the state of California. Thomas Kinkade was born in 1958 and died in 2012.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Christmas Visitor?
A Christmas Visitor: A Cape Light Novel Feb 8, 2010
This book was very enjoyable. I have found this series of Cape light books to be interesting and maintained my attention as I read. I usually do not like series but I found these to be very well written and not totally dependent on reading them in order. Especially since I started with next to the last book and not the first.
Perfect Cover Nov 12, 2008
Kinkade's heart-warming art truly reflects the essence of this story or rather stories, since there are several interwoven in the novel. Some might find the book a tad on the saccarine side, but no one wants to read depressing books over Christmas, and there is much that is uplifting in this one. For another inspirational seasonal series, try In the Dead of Winter: Ivy Towers Mystery Series #1 (Heartsong Presents Mysteries #3). For a Christmas murder mystery set in England, which also reflects the holiday spirit, check out Christmas is Murder: A Rex Graves Mystery (Rex Graves Mysteries).
A Christmas Visitor Oct 30, 2008
This was a great book Kept my interest. Couldn't put it down. Took me a day to read it.
A Christmas Visitor Oct 30, 2008
I loved the book and highly recommend it to people who want to live a true Christmas atmosphere, away from the dirty and ugly world.... It is so refreshing to be able to read a book which can be interesting, alive and real without all the cussing and ugliness that our world mostly offers today. Very good and looking forward to the next one.
One aspect bothered me here.... Oct 24, 2008
I love these Cape Light Novels, but the presence of this angel in the form of a figurine bothered me a bit in this one. The fact that the story seemed to claim that it had a "healing" presence to it is what bothered me. I believe in miracles and I believe in angels, but it being in this form almost smacked of idolatry of an object to me. The rest of the story I enjoyed. That's why I would have to give it only a one star.