Sea Rose Lane by Irene Hannon-book review

Irene Hannon is one of my favorite authors. I love her suspense novels, especially the Private Justice series. Sea Rose Lane isn’t a suspense novel, but I loved it just the same. It’s a Hope Harbor novel. I haven’t read the first book of the Hope Harbor series , but that just made its way to my reading list.

Here’s the summary:

After Erik loses his job, he comes back to Hope Harbor hoping to figure out where to go next. But he has a surprise waiting for him… His childhood home is getting renovated to a B&B. A not-so-good run in with town architect BJ Stevens starts his visit off bad.

BJ Stevens came to Hope Harbor to try and forget the past. Her dating life hasn’t gone as planned, and now she doesn’t want anything to do with it. There is one problem keeping her from that… Eric Nash.

BJ has a plan she’s been working on for months. It’s going to take some work though. When Eric offers to help her, things come together. For their plan. For their community. For their friends. For their own lives.

Irene Hannon does a great job of bringing her characters to life in any book. In this book, she puts her characters through tough decisions, but brings someone into their life at just the right moment.

When their lives come to a standstill, they watch God create an all new path for them. And another one. It’s up to them to decide which one they are going to take. They learn that their plans and God’s plan is not the same for their lives, and that God has the best plan for them. They learn to go where life takes them.

This book was very good. I enjoyed reading it.


Purchase the book on Amazon HERE.


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