After a horrific shooting, Dr. Olivia Simon rushed to the emergency room to do her best to save a young woman’s life. As all attempts fail and the patient dies while Olivia is doing everything she can, Olivia realizes she knows the woman…
it is Annie O’Neil. The woman that Oliva’s husband, Paul, is in love with.
As details unfold and Paul has to deal with this enormous truth, Olivia struggles with her own truths. Desperately trying to save her marriage, while trying to understand her husband’s overwhelming grief for a woman he was merely infatuated with, Olivia finds herself looking deeper into Annie’s world, including Annie’s own husband and children for answers.
This was a real whoa. As crazy as the details of this book are, you cant help but know that in todays this world this is an absolute possibility. I was annoyed with Paul, rooting for Olivia, and all the in-between. Definitely a page turner to the very end. If you are looking for a wonderful Diane Chamberlain read, this is it.
10 thoughts on “Keeper of the Light by Diane Chamberlain”
I just checked and found it on my kindle! Putting it on the 2021 reading list. Thanks for sharing!
Super! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
I love this author’s books, so I’m adding this one to my list. Thanks for sharing.
I’ve read 3 of her books – The Dream Daughter, The Stolen Marriage, and Big Lies in a Small Town – and they were all terrific. I’m glad to have a recommendation for #4. By the way, we had Diane Zoom into our book club. She was great and way too humble for how good she is.
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Oh I bet she was amazing! I am hoping to connect with her for Wine and Words some year!
I read this many years ago from the library and loved it so much that I purchased a hardcover copy.
This is a good one! Did you read the follow-up book? There is at least one more in this series ( I didn’t know it would continue until after I read the first one). I have it downloaded but have not dug in yet.
There’s just something about lighthouses ❤ And this cover is gorgeous! Reminds me of a Thomas Kinkaide painting 🙂 I hope you're all well, Sheila! oxox
You are right it does look like a Kinkade!