I always really enjoy books written by Irene Hannon, and Hope Harbor was another that I enjoyed reading even though it was a lot different than her suspense books. In Hope Harbor, Tracy Campbell has returned home to the family cranberry farm in Oregon after the loss of her husband. Michael Hunter is a tourist in the community after the death of his wife. Although romance was the last thing they were looking for, they seem drawn to each other and the similar situations in their past.
This book has a great cast of characters, so you aren’t solely focused on Tracy and Michael. I also really liked how this book shows God has a plan for all of our lives and we need to trust Him. Also, there is a focus on forgiving oneself and letting go of the guilt that can so often become crippling. Overall, I really enjoyed this book and look forward to reading more books in the future by Irene Hannon.
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