Monday, July 27, 2015

Review of "Hope Harbor" by Irene Hannon

Accountant and Cranberry Farmer Tracy Campbell is floundering in life and in hope for her future. Perceiving that she is responsible for a terrible tragedy, she has thrown herself into work and volunteerism.

Michael Hunter's wife has recently passed away and he has come to Hope Harbor, Oregon to heal. He quickly finds himself making inroads into the community without even trying - and as scared as this makes him, he wonders if it is the best decision.

This story of healing for a number of relationships throughout this close-knit community is an inspiring message of renewed hope, and shows how a hurt is never wasted.

I was provided this book by Revell Publishers in exchange for my honest review.

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