Book Review: Driftwood Bay by Irene Hannon

My rating: 4 stars

‘Ignoring a need would be wrong.’

Irene Hannon takes her readers back to Hope Harbor for this fifth offering in the wonderful series. I love this little town on the Oregon coast and its inhabitants, especially Charley, the fish taco man, who, I’m convinced, is an angel.

Jeannette Mason has come to Hope Harbor after a grievous loss and is determined to shut herself off from every sharing her heart again. She has a wonderful business with her lavender farm and tea room and is completely happy with her life. But is her heart happy? Logan West has moved to Hope Harbor after his mother and brother die and he is left to raise his 5 year old niece alone. He thinks a small town will be best for the little girl, who doesn’t seem to have an ounce of happiness in her. Even the beagle puppy he buys for her has upended his life.

Then both Jeannette and Logan find themselves joining the town in making welcome a Syrian Christian family fleeing war torn Syria and begin to discover that love sometimes involves risks and doors God opens need to be walked through.

Once again Hannon has crafted believable and human characters, people with heartaches and fears and struggles with their Christian walk. I am a forever fan. Loved this and finished in one day. Recommended.

*My thanks to the publisher for a copy of this book via Net Galley. No review was required. The opinions stated here are expressly my own.

  • Publisher: Revell (April 2, 2019)
  • Publication Date: April 2, 2019

3 thoughts on “Book Review: Driftwood Bay by Irene Hannon”

  1. I read this one thinking it was actually part of another series…oops! I was wrong but it was good so now reading book 1.

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