Starfish Pier by Irene Hannon ~ Review

Lucie's Review:

Opposites attract and spark fly in Hope Harbor for ex-Delta Force member Steven Rourke and first grade teacher, Holly Miller, as the town comes together to raise money for Helping Hands.

Holly is a teacher, pacifist, and pro-life advocate, she has taken on the task of helping to organize the fundraiser for Helping Hands. She is new to town and is excited to jump right in and get involved with the community. She is very persistent, outgoing and friendly.

Steven came to Hope Harbor for rest, and to rebuild his relationship with his brother. He loves his brother dearly, but is having trouble re-establishing that relationship. He is more reserved and has his doubts about others.

I loved coming back to Hope Harbor, Holly is a beautiful and passionate person, her parents are very loving and supportive. While the 6th in a series, it stand well on its own. I loved how Holly is supportive of Steven and his family.

Overall, an engaging small town story of faith and overcoming differences. I loved the relationships and many wonderful people that they get to know and love. Heartwarming, and inspiring, it was a very satisfying read.

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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