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Hope Harbor by Irene Hannon

In Hope Harbor, by Irene Hannon, Michael Hunter is looking for himself. After taking a leave of absence from his job, he travels across the country to Hope Harbor, Oregon. As soon as he arrives in Hope Harbor, strange events seem to happen that are too much to be brushed off as a coincidence. Michael begin to see that maybe God really does have a different plan for his life.

Tracy Campbell is back home in Hope Harbor trying to help her uncle with his cranberry farm that is floundering. Tracy recruits the newcomer, Micheal to help her with a project that is near and dear to her heart. Could this be the beginning of a change of heart for both of them?

If you like predictable Christian romance this book is the book for you. After the first chapter, I was pretty sure that I knew what would happen at the end. Yet, I didn't really want to stop reading the book or skipping ahead to find out what happened at the end. Instead, I wanted to keep reading it to make sure I was right. So, did I love this book? Not really. But, there must have been something engaging in the story to make me keep reading. I think that there was too much fluffy romantic language that was rather unnecessary to the story overall. But, the story of grace, forgiveness and reconciliation is one everyone should hear.


Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc. 

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