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Author:
Mariah Stewart
ISBN13:
978-0671004156
ISBN:
0671004158
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Publisher:
Pocket Books (August 1, 1997)
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New York Times bestselling author Mariah Stewart sweeps readers to the shores of Delaware Bay with this captivating romance full of intrigue has been added to your Cart.

New York Times bestselling author Mariah Stewart sweeps readers to the shores of Delaware Bay with this captivating romance full of intrigue has been added to your Cart.

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I love her family sagas, read Wonder You, the sequel first and liked it better, I think the characters and plot worked a little better than Devlin's Light. Aug 17, 2013 Dotti Elrick rated it liked it. This is the first book in the Enright Series. A series about the three Enright siblings, Nick, Zoey and Georgia. This is Nick's story. India Devlin has left her childhood home to pursue her passion.

Devlin's Light, Moon Dance, and Wonderful You. Book of Enright Family Series. This ebook anthology contains three beloved Mariah Stewart novels in her classic Enright Family Collection

Devlin's Light, Moon Dance, and Wonderful You. This ebook anthology contains three beloved Mariah Stewart novels in her classic Enright Family Collection. Devlin's Light India Devlin has always appreciated her family's legacy: the lighthouse and the Delaware beachfront property named after it. As an adult, India is far more dedicated to her job as a criminal prosecutor in a nearby big city than she is to her hometown ties. When her brother Ry is murdered without explanation at the lighthouse, India is compelled to return home seeking answers.

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Enright Family Collection. Authors: Mariah Stewart. No family had come to visit, although someone had made arrangements for the best of rooms and the best of care. The Edwards girl was young; barely twenty-seven. The nurse bit her bottom lip. Would it hurt if she bent the rules just this once? Room three twenty-one, to the right, she told the visitor, and if anyone asks, you’re her sister. Thank you, MoreLess Show More Show Less.

India Devlin has always appreciated her family's legacy: the lighthouse and the Delaware beachfront property named after it.

recipes? Published by Thriftbooks. As the novel opens though, she is not on the job but at her brother's funeral.

Devlin's Light India Devlin has always appreciated her family's legacy: the lighthouse and the Delaware beachfront property named after it. As an adult, India is far more dedicated to her job as a criminal prosecutor in a nearby big city than she is to her hometown ties

Devlin's Light India Devlin has always appreciated her family's legacy: the lighthouse and the Delaware beachfront property named after it.

Devlin's Light India Devlin has always appreciated her family's legacy: the lighthouse and the Delaware beachfront property named after i. Books related to Mariah Stewart - An Enright Family Collection.

Listen to books in audio format. New York Times bestselling author Mariah Stewart sweeps readers to the shores of Delaware Bay with this captivating romance full of intrigue, mystery, and desire. In Devlin's Light she finds far more than the answers to the mystery concerning her brother's death; she finds an exciting and passionate new lover, Nick Enright; her brother's' newly orphaned daughter; and her own aging aunt. India is torn between family ties, responsibility, and desire.

Devlin's Light India Devlin has always appreciated her family's legacy: the lighthouse and the Delaware beachfront property . Enright Family Series.

New York Times bestselling author Mariah Stewart sweeps readers to the shores of Delaware Bay with this captivating romance full of intrigue, mystery, and desire. Though India Devlin left her hometown to pursue a brilliant career as a criminal prosecutor, she has always loved historic Devlin's Light, visiting as often as her busy schedule permits. But when her brother is found murdered on the steps of the lighthouse -- the town's namesake -- she returns to uncover who killed Ry. When her brother's good friend, Nick Enright, offers to help in her investigation, India accepts -- after all, he's the one who found Ry that night, and heard his mysterious last words. As the list of suspects begins to narrow, India and Nick find themselves undeniably drawn to each other -- a feeling India isn't sure she is ready to admit. Soon a wonderful new emotion is glowing at Devlin's Light -- a sweet, irresistible, very mutual attraction -- intensifying with each wave that crashes on the beach of the enchanting town by the bay....
  • This is the first book in the Enright Series. A series about the three Enright siblings, Nick, Zoey and Georgia. This is Nick's story.

    India Devlin has left her childhood home to pursue her passion. She's an assistant district attorney in Paloma, Pennsylvania. She has made it her life's work to put away as many of the bad guys as she can. Only returning home to Devlin's Light for short visits.

    Until her brother, Ry is found murdered at the base of the stairs in the lighthouse that the town is named after. Ry was found by his best friend Nick Enright.

    Nick is determined to find out what happened to Ry. He offers his assistance to India. Nick was the only one who heard Ry's mysterious last words. Together they start to put together what happened on the night that Ry was lured out to the lighthouse, and who might be behind the murder. Nick also doesn't mind spending as much time with the lovely India as he can. He has been attracted to her since the very first time he saw her.

    To complicate matters, Ry has left behind his six year old step daughter, Corri. Corri's mother, Ry's wife was killed two years earlier in a boating accident. Now the child is left alone. Leaving India with a choice, ignore the child's need and continue on with her demanding career three hours away from Corri, and Nick. Or rethink the direction her life should be heading. Coming home for India means facing a demon she left behind years ago.

    I like this series. This book started out a bit slow. It takes a long time to establish the story and the characters. It picks up the pace when they start getting into the mystery aspect. It was a nice love story, with an unexpected twist thrown in at the end.

  • Having bought this book on the strength of the reviews here and now having read it, I must respectfully disagree with most of the people who loved this book. I found it surprisingly boring! There is almost no suspense in the book and only a little more romance. The characters are so fantastically lovable that you find yourself wishing for much more depth - ANY depth - to them by about the middle of the story. None ever materializes. Rather than compare this book to a Nora Roberts story, I think it's much more like a Nicholas Sparks story - feel good, but very little "meat" to really capture your attention and make you hesitant to put it down. Despite the setup at the beginning of the book, India never gets around to investigating her brother's death. We read (and read and read) as India performs her prosecutor's job (unrelated to the dead brother storyline) and get to watch her interact with her brother's daughter (over and over and over). There is tenderness, to be sure, but after awhile you find yourself waiting for something to actually HAPPEN. Nothing ever does until the last 50 pages of this book and then it is quite predictable and almost appears thrown in just to wrap up the dead brother storyline. Mr. Perfect - that would be Nick - tags along as the perfect companion, perfect stand-in father, perfect cook, perfect lover, and perfect nursemaid when India takes ill. In the end, I found this book "perfectly" boring!

  • Rarely do I decide to review a group of books instead of just one. And, while I believe each one of these books can stand on its own, readers will be so enthralled with the Enright family, they will want to read them all. Much like the wonderful family series by Nora Roberts, these books are to be savored as some of the best relationship novels of the 1990s.
    DEVLIN'S LIGHT set on Delaware Bay is the story of criminal prosecutor India Devlin and the first Enright sibling, marine biologist, Nick. And although there is more of a mystery in this story as India attempts to find out who killed her brother, it's the relationship with Nick that's at the forefront.
    WONDERFUL YOU, set in Chester Co, PA is tells Zoey Enright's story as she falls in love with Ben Pierce, a childhood friend. There are some light moments in this story when Zoey, would rather eat take out than cook herself, is required to prepare a few dishes in order to help demonstrate cookware in her job on-the-air at a home shopping network.
    In MOON DANCE, Stewart tells the story of the youngest Enright, ballerina Georgia. Set in the Maryland countryside, we find Georgia who wants one certain barn as a dance studio, while her nemesis, Matt, has planned to use it as a veterinary clinic.
    The settings of these stories are all so vividly described, it's hard to imagine they're not real places. Readers will want to visit Devlin's Lighthouse, Zoey's Garden, The Bishop Inn, and the farm at Pumpkin Hill.
    A common thread running through all three books is the matriarch of the family, Delia Enright, bestselling mystery novelist, who loves her children but does interfere perhaps a little too much, but always in a caring manner. Many readers will wish they had a mother like Delia!!! Readers will also be happy to know that Delia gets a love interest of her own in MOON DANCE.
    Mariah Stewart's books, like Nora Roberts' sibling sagas, are not about murder, espionage, or mystery (although each book has a bit of intrigue as well) but are instead about relationships - between a man and a woman, between a woman and her mother, between sisters. I can't think of many writers who can do this better. In all her books, strong secondary characters abound. She creates a world the reader is reluctant to leave after the last page is turned. Thankfully, readers can look forward to more of the Enrights in PRICELESS which will be out in 1999. It can't be soon enough for this reviewer. Reading each book has been like visiting an old friend.

  • This book is sooooooooo good and soooooo decent that it unnerves me that the editing is so poorly done. However, I will not allow that irritation to keep me from enjoying more of Mariah Stewart's books. I'm hoping all of her books are as "clean" as this one. Most of us don't really need, or care to have page after page filled with intimacies. We know what's going on without all the "details." I'd feel comfortable recommending this book to anyone.

    We're given a mixture of love, mystery, and even some great recipes. Hope the next book of hers is as good.

  • A beautifully written novel. It makes the reader want to know more about the area where it takes place. However, you keep wondering when something is going to happen. When it finally does, it clears the air somewhat, but fails to keep you on the edge of your seat.