Hope Harbor by Irene Hannon
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
What an enjoyable read as several characters crushed along life’s path find themselves in the same small, beach town, Hope Harbor on the Oregon coast. Is it really a harbor of hope? Tracy Campbell works to save her family’s cranberry farm against many odds along with her aging uncle. Michael Hunter temporarily flees his fast paced life in Chicago to seek solace by the sea and can’t imagine how he will heal his guilty and aching heart. A widowed hermit digs herself away from her former life accepting the longterm alienation from her only family member. How will Hope Harbor open them up to an abundant life full of caring friends and purpose? Can people find their way by helping others even when they are seeking solitude and space?
Themes of forgiveness, healing, and selflessness flow throughout this book. Irene Hannon has written a beautiful novel that speaks of our need for each other in our imperfect humanity. I highly recommend Hope Harbor!
I received this book from Revell Reads/Net Galley and am delighted to have given my honest review.
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