About the Book
When she shows up in Hope Harbor, however, Jack wants nothing to do with the woman who betrayed him. He’s built a new life on the Oregon coast–and there’s no room in it for Christi, even after she takes refuge in a charming but mysterious cottage nearby. Yet it soon becomes apparent his opinion of her may need revising . . . especially when he ends up needing her help.
Can these two hurting souls make peace with their past and open their hearts to a new beginning?
Come home to Hope Harbor–where hearts heal . . . and love blooms.
Other Books in the Series
In My Opinion
I enjoyed my return to Irene Hannon’s Hope Harbor in Sea Glass Cottage (book eight in the series, and I’m already anticipating another visit).
Hannon’s ability to keep her stories fresh while bringing in some of the familiar residents (most notably Charlie the resident taco man and wise sage and the priest and minister golfing buddies who can’t help but rib each other) amaze me.
I really liked Christi from the start. As the story progresses, readers see what a change she’s made in her life from when Jack first fell in love with her to the person she is over a decade later. And I wanted him to see that change too.
Add in a town struggling to bring in tourism and Christi’s plan as well as a secondary story that tugged on my heartstrings, and Sea Glass Cottage is my new favorite in this series.
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