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    Excellent!

    Irene Hannon has not disappointed me yet! Whether she's writing about high action suspense, or heartwarming every day life situations, her stories are riveting and I just can't put them down!
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    An absolutely incredible "coming home" novel!

    Hope Harbor is a small town along the Oregon coast. It is filled with wonderful characters that are such a joy to connect with. This is the type of town where people help each other because they truly live as a community. I wish that I were able to live in this type of small town where everyone knows and cares about each other. There are so many fabulous people. Some of them seem to have such an uncanny sense about what will be happening that it was surprising when things fell into place. It made me think of this quote from Albert Einstein, “Coincidence is God’s way of remaining anonymous.” Some of the characters that really made me smile were: Charley, Floyd, and Gladys. You will have to read the book to find out which ones are human. I got a kick out of the two clergymen in the town also. There were a number of the main characters that were living with regrets or guilt from the past. I really enjoyed reading all the words of wisdom from others that helped direct them to God so that they could trust Him with the future. They each found that they were going to have to face the past and deal with before they could move forward. It was a marvelous exploration into how God wants us all to grow and mature throughout life. This book is very reminiscent of Debbie Macomber’s series Cedar Cove, which I absolutely love. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for my honest opinion.
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    Another great book!

    I haven't read a book by Irene Hannon that I haven't loved. She is becoming another favourite author of mine.
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    Hope Harbor

    Hope Harbor is the first book in Irene Hannon’s Hope Harbor series, and is also the first book I have ever read by her. I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect going in, but I had a very good feeling about this novel, and I wasn’t disappointed. I really, really enjoyed this sweet, touching story, and I know I will be reading more of Irene’s books in the future. Namely the next book in this series, but I’ll read other books as well. Irene is a very talented writer, who does a wonderful job of weaving together stories that touch your heart and leave you wanting more, and I know I’m going to be a fan of hers from now on. Tracy Campbell is an extremely strong, hardworking character, who is very, very hard on herself. I feel like that is often the case with us as humans, we absorb guilt and convince ourselves that things beyond our control are all our faults and therefore we should be punished for them, and that is so often simply not true. Tracy struggles with this on a deep level in this book, for reasons I won’t reveal to you, but I can say that once I found out her secrets I was begging her to give up her guilt and open herself to healing. Hope Harbor was named aptly, she just needed to find that out for herself. And so did Michael Hunter. He went to Hope Harbor for a reason, and as I slowly found out all about his past, I found myself hoping he would find what he was looking for as well. Both he and Tracy had been through unimaginable things, and both of them carried a weight of guilt on their shoulders. Michael’s guilt was just as misplaced as Tracy’s, though for somewhat different reasons, the main one being that he just has one of the biggest hearts of anyone ever created. His heart for people, especially people in need, is astounding, and I cannot help but wish there were men like him all over the world as we would have so much less problems and so many more ways to solve them. Anyway, I really loved all of the characters, especially Anna (you’ll find out later), and I hope they are at least mentioned in Sea Rose Lane, because I already miss them. Irene did a wonderful job on this story, and I have to give it all five bookshelves and say I highly recommend reading it. You will melt for sure—I know I did—and you’ll fall in love with Hope Harbor forever.
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