Book Review: ‘Seaside Reunion’ by Irene Hannon

About The Book:

You can’t go home again…or can you?

After surviving a devastating tragedy, combat reporter Nate Garrison returns to the only place that ever felt like home: Starfish Bay on the Northern California coast. But his reunion with childhood friend Lindsey Collier is nothing like he’d imagined. The wary widow who runs Star-fish Bay Mercantile was once the girl who made young Nate dream—of a future, of family ties, of deep roots. Now Lindsey avoids love, loss…and Nate. Yet when they join forces to save a be-loved town landmark and help a hurting little boy, might they also find healing, hope—and love?

In this Carol Award finalist, Irene Hannon pens a heartfelt tale of the lasting impact of friendship, the healing power of love, and the importance of touchstones—the people, places, and experiences we measure the world against—in our lives.

About Irene Hannon

Irene Hannon is the best-selling author of more than 35 novels. Her books have been honored with the coveted RITA Award from Romance Writers of America, the HOLT Medallion, the Reviewer’s Choice Award from Romantic Times BOOKreviews magazine and the Daphne du Maurier Award for mystery/suspense. Irene and her husband make their home in Missouri, USA. Irene invites you to visit her at her website, http://www.irenehannon.com

My Rating: 4 Stars

‘He didn’t talk about his painful past. Ever. With anyone.’

Irene Hannon has re-released this older book of hers, one I’d never read. I’m very happy I picked it up. Written in her wonderful style, she allows her readers glimpses inside of her characters, their joys and their heartaches. She shows us that sometimes what we think we want most is not the best God has planned for us. I enjoyed this very much and look forward to the re-release of the others in this series.

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