Pelican Point Review

Irene Hannon Takes Us Back Hope Harbor for the Story of Pelican Point

I have been doing a lot of reading lately and I was excited to get the next novel in the Hope Harbor series by Irene Hannon.

Hannon brings us to this quaint little seaside town, which has this propensity to heal hurt hearts. Each novel introduces new characters who come to Hope Harbor after experiencing some loss or hurt and reacquaints us with old friends such as the two town ministers, Charlie the wise artist and Taco truck man.

In Pelican Point, Hannon introduces us to two main storylines. One has Army doctor Ben Garrison returning home to take care of his grandfather’s affairs and me is surprised with an unexpected inheritance and an unexpected romantic interest in Marci Weber, a local reporter recovering from the wounds of her own past relationships. The second storyline is of a young newly married couple facing a crisis after Greg loses his leg from an IUD blast. Hannon develops strong characters and has us rooting for them to find the peace and love they are seeking.

I also appreciate that Hannon develops strong romantic scenes without getting too graphic. The characters have a┬ádeep longing and a deep respect. I wouldn’t be afraid for my teenager to read these romances because they are the type of relationship I would wish for her.

I can’t wait to read the next novel in the Hope Harbor series.


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