Tracy Campbell loves her hometown of Hope Harbor and the three-generation cranberry farm where she grew up, but it is struggling financially. She doesn't have time for romance and even if she did, she isn't looking for it. When she bumps into visiting Michael Hunter, her life takes an unexpected turn. Both of them are harboring regrets and broken hearts and maybe Hope Harbor is the place to find the hope they both need.
I was drawn into "Hope Harbor" by Irene Hannon and had a hard time putting it down. I enjoyed the characters and seeing them grown and change. This is a Christian romance and the characters only hold hands, hug, and kiss occasionally, but there are secondary characters who have had inappropriate relationships. This is sort of a central theme for growth for some of the characters we meet. It is handled in a discrete way.
I would recommend this book.
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