“…maybe a sign from above was not like a fortune cookie, predicting your future, but more like a marker in the road, an arrow pointing out a new direction, saying ‘You can go this way if you choose. Didn’t you notice?’ ”
In the past, I have liked reading the novels written by Thomas Kinkade (yes, the ‘Painter of Light’, one and the same), so I was happy to see a new book that kicks off a new series. The Cape Light series from a few years ago was a good read, to my recollection. With that in mind, I had high hopes for this first book of a new series.
I am typically not a fan of what is labeled as ‘Christian fiction’ as I feel all too often the stories sound fake or preachy. While maybe these Kinkade novels are not classified as Christian fiction, they do have an element of faith and some characters do talk about God from time to time. It is subtle and quite perfectly placed, in my opinion.
I really enjoy this author and The Inn at Angel Island was no exception. I am eagerly awaiting the next book to see what happens on the island…how Liza fares…what role Daniel will play…Claire has my interest piqued—is she faithful and insightful and mystical all in one?
Looking forward to the next one in this series…