Sea Rose Lane by Irene Hannon

 

9780800727543

Sea Rose Lane is Book 2 of the Hope Harbor series written by Irene Hannon. Eric Nash is an attorney on the fast tract to being a partner when the company he works for downsizes and he is laid off. On his way to home to Hope Harbor he is in an accident with BJ Stevens. When he finally gets to his father’s home he finds BJ there with her construction crew, turning his fathers 4 bedroom home into a bed and breakfast.

BJ is active in community events and is working on the backdrop for a show. She is in need of a painter and the local artist, Charley, tells her to talk with Eric. As they work together they develope a friendship and share about their lives. BJ left a prestigious job in LA due to the person she thought was her boyfriend stealing her ideas and she is not wanting another relationship. Eric also realizes he has missed painting and is enjoying the more relaxed life in Hope Harbor.

As Eric goes through the process of deciding what to do with his life now, his father and friends encourage him to pray about it. He has not taken time for God or prayer with his life.

This is a good, well written story. There is some mystery and romance, but the story is more about building relationships and caring for others. The story includes elderly characters and people from other countries what are adapting to American life. The story is so well written you can almost see the mist and smell the tacos. If you like easy, uncomplicated stories, you will love this book.

I was given a copy of this book from Revell Publishing for an honest review.

Series: Hope Harbor

368 pages

ISBN-10: 0800727541

ISBN-13: 978-0800727543

Publisher: Revell

 

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