‘The Lighthouse Keeper’s Daughter’ blog tour!

Hi everyone! Today is my stop on the blog tour for The Lighthouse Keeper’s Daughter by Cherry Radford – read on to find out what the book is about!




After the break-up of her marriage, Imogen escapes to her aunt’s converted lighthouse on Beachy Head. Writing for a tedious online magazine but hoping to starting a novel, she wants to be alone – until she finds an entrancing flamenco CD in her borrowed car and contacts the artist via Twitter. It turns out that actor-musician Santiago needs help with English and is soon calling her profesora.

Through her window, the other lighthouse winks at her across the sea. The one where her father was a keeper, until he mysteriously drowned there in 1982. Her aunt is sending extracts from his diary, and Imogen is intrigued to learn that, like her and Santi, her father had a penfriend.

Meanwhile, despite their differences – Imogen is surrounded by emotional and geographical barriers, Santi surrounded by family and land-locked Madrid – their friendship develops. So, she reads, did her father’s – but shocking revelations cause Imogen to question whether she ever really knew him.

Two stories of communication: the hilarious mistakes, the painful misunderstandings, and the miracle – or tragedy – of finding someone out there with whom you have an unforeseen, irresistible connection.


This book has an average rating of 4.26 on Goodreads and some great reviews, so definitely check it out if you’re interested!

Thank you to Urbane Publishers and the Love Books Group for sending me a copy of this book and inviting me to be part of the blog tour! Make sure you check out the other stops!


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