Thursday, June 30, 2016
Sea Rose Lane - A Review
Series - Hope Harbor Book 2
Author - Irene Hannon
Title - Sea Rose Lane
Format - ebook, paper, audio
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When attorney Eric Nash arrives back home in Hope Harbor, he doesn't expect to get into a fender bender within his first few minutes. He also doesn't expect his father to be remodeling his childhood home into a Bed and Breakfast. To make matters worse, he's distracted by the pretty blonde, BJ Stevens, in charge of the remodeling. BJ isn't wanting a relationship. Not at all. No matter how handsome her employer's son may be. But when the pair join forces to create a program for Hope Harbor's seniors, maybe, just maybe they'll be able to take a chance on each other as well.
This one was pretty good. It's not my favorite one of Irene's contemporary romances. I'm still a big fan of her romantic suspense books. But this one was good.
Of all of the characters in the book, I think that perhaps Charlie (fish taco hut owner) is my favorite. I love the way that he just has this way of knowing what needs be said/done. And that everyone accepts it.
It was fun to catch up with characters from the first Hope Harbor novel too. While this is part of the series, it stands alone.
But for a summer read, it's well worth it.
I received this book for free from Revell books for the purpose of reviewing. My thoughts and opinions are my own.
Recommended to fans of Denise Hunter, Irene Hannon, Becky Wade, Melissa Tagg, Susan May Warren
Rating - 4 stars