A Hope Harbor Novel
June 2016/368 pages/$14.99
Two people starting over . . . in a town known for second chances
After a devastating layoff, attorney Eric Nash heads back to Hope Harbor--only to discover that his childhood home is being transformed into a bed and breakfast. Instead of plotting his next career move in peace, he's constantly distracted by noise, chaos--and BJ Stevens, the attractive but prickly blonde architect who's invaded the house with her motley crew. As for BJ, her client's son might be handsome, but after a disastrous romance, dating isn't high on her agenda. Yet when they join forces for to help Hope Harbor seniors, might they also find healing, hope, and a new beginning themselves?
Come home to Hope Harbor--where hearts heal . . . and love blooms
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Few authors can successfully write in more than one genre, but Irene Hannon is one who is as adept at penning contemporary romance as she is crafting a suspense novel. Sea Rose Lane takes readers on a heartfelt journey back to Hope Harbor, Oregon, in this engaging story. Hannon populates this small coastal town with a diverse cast of personalities, adding depth and character to this multi-dimensional tale. BJ and Eric's stories drew me in, and their growing attraction is perfectly paced and authentically portrayed. Weaving a secondary storyline among the main focus on their relationship, Hannon deftly touches on issues such as aging, immigration, and prejudice without being preachy or heavy-handed. In fact, this novel wrapped me with its warmth and made me wish I could sit on eighty-eight-year-old Eleanor's porch and taste one of her desserts. If you haven't read Hope Harbor, the first novel in this series, this one is easily read as a stand-alone. (I inadvertently missed the first one but Hannon's writing immediately made me feel at home. But I now intend to backtrack and see what I missed!) Sea Rose Lane is the perfect summer read. Don't miss it!
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