The shores of Angel Island are awash with love in this novel in Thomas Kinkade's New York Times bestselling series.
Claire North understands how Angel Island sets the rhythm for her own serenity and ease. But a visitor has disturbed her peaceful heart. She knew him as a troubled boy who came to her soup kitchen in Boston, full of half-truths but brimming with trust. She wasn’t able to say good-bye to him then. Now, miraculously, a second chance to help him has come.
Jamie Carter, now a young man, is more in need of Claire’s wisdom than ever. But when she suspects he is back to his old ways, her faith is truly put to the test...
On the other side of the island, Avery Bishop is making a fresh start of her own, opening a new café. Her culinary school training is scoffed at by Mike Rossi, owner of the restaurant across the street. But Avery is determined to show this burger-flipping hero a real cook has arrived. If only Mike’s charming smile didn’t make her forget that he is her fiercest competitor.
The Way Home
All of Thomas Kinkade's books have been a very special part of my reading. I look forward to each new book. His warm stories and real characters show his ability to relate to people and life. His stories are always a "light" in a dark place just as his paintings.
I regret to think that there will not be anymore of his books.
Coincidentally, this last book is a way home - to faith, love, and hope. I so enjoyed reading this book. I felt as if I was right there in the story myself, an onlooker. The peace and happiness I feel when reading his books is like no other. I can take it with me wherever I am. I thank God for the beauty and richness that these stories bring. I pray that Thomas Kinkade's " light" will continue to shine.