Thursday, July 7, 2016

Book Review: "Sea Rose Lane"

Sea Rose Lane is Irene Hannon's second Hope Harbor novel. The books are set in this fictional Oregon small town full of interesting characters who work together to help the main characters resolve their personal issues in order to enjoy happily-ever-after lives. In fact, both novels have placed a great emphasis on people loving people and helping each other however they can. Hannon has some great ideas, presented through the town charity, Helping Hands.

In Sea Rose Lane, Eric Nash has just returned to his hometown to reevaluate his personal goals after being laid off from a promising career in law. He's been on a determined path to partnership since high school, but suddenly all has come to a stop. He figures a few restful weeks at home will give him just enough encouragement to try again.

But his recently widowed father is turning the family home into a bed and breakfast. Architect and contractor BJ Stevens, along with her crew, are hard at work making Eric's father's long-cherished dream a reality. Confronted with the unexpected, Eric will have to reevaluate more than he'd thought.

I loved reading this book and recommend it to you. Revell sent me a complimentary copy in exchange for this honest review.

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