A Light in the Window is the second installment in this enormously popular series about a small-town rector, Father Tim, and the heartwarming cast of characters surrounding him. This time Father Tim, a lifelong bachelor, finds his heart distracted by his free-spirited neighbor Cynthia.
This is the 2nd book of the Mitford Series. I loved the first one so much. This one was OK. The minister finally gets hooked up with his next door neighbor. I got a little bored with the story. Im hoping the next one will have more plot
Fun read; nothing mind boggling here just quick, pleasant reading..a real holiday.
This book continues the story of Father Tim's adventures in the small town of Mitford, NC. The small town's sleepy pace contrasts with the busy tension of Father Tim's commitments and difficulities. The reader joins the pastor on his emotional roller coaster--which ends with a picture of how deep friendships the small town can get. Throughout both books one and two the reader is also taken on a journey between the town's history and its present, tying the two together.
This book contained more of a "romance novel" aspect than the first--which is not a genre that I enjoy. Because of that, I rate this book a little lower than the first. However, I still enjoyed it, and I look forward to finding out what happens next!
Mitford's village rector, Father Tim, is running scared. he can no longer deny (even to himself), that he's in love with his neighbor, Cynthia Coppersmith. Cynthia, after all, sees in him a man of warmth and daring--if only he'll meet her halfway. But now a wealthy widow is pursuing Father Tim with hot casseroles. And the mysterious Cousin Meg has moved into the rectory bag and baggage--not to mention uninvited.
Abounding with characters both old and new, A Light in the Window will compel you to laugh out loud. GReat book and read.