In Irene Hannon’s latest novel, Hope Harbor, widow Tracy Campbell is returning to her small Oregon hometown to run a farm. Tracy is hiding a secret, and she’s definitely not looking for love. But when she meets Michael Hunter, a widower from Chicago, things start to change – though Michael may have some secrets of his own.
This is a sweet story, and I was really rooting for Tracy and Michael. Hannon paints complicated, well-rounded characters. Mystery is woven into the book, and the content moves at a nice pace. I liked that this was a love story between a widow and widower, and I also liked seeing the characters challenged to get out of their comfort zones. The story focuses on themes of healing and forgiveness, making this a joyful read.
I received a review copy from Revell. Hope Harbor is available here on Amazon.