About the Book
A year ago, ex-Delta Force operator Steven Roark left the rigors of combat behind to run fishing charters in Hope Harbor, decompress, and talk some sense into his kid brother. Business is good–but making peace with his past is more challenging than he expected.
First-grade teacher Holly Miller leads a quiet, low-profile existence–until she’s recruited to advocate for a cause that’s dear to her heart. When she solicits Steven’s assistance, sparks fly–especially after they find themselves on opposite sides of an issue that disrupts their placid seaside community.
As these two seemingly incompatible souls search for common ground, might they discover a deeper connection–and find that love can banish darkness and light the way to a future filled with promise?
Bestselling and award-winning author Irene Hannon invites you back to Hope Harbor–where hearts heal . . . and love blooms.
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In My Opinion
Hope Harbor is a quiet little Oregon town that I wish we could all visit. With the tight-knit community, Charlie’s wisdom (and fish tacos), and romance in the air, how could we resist a stop now and then?
In Starfish Pier, Irene Hannon weaves multiple points of view in order to give us a picture of the healing of a man and his family, the strength a sense of belonging can lend, and a romance between two people who seem at opposite ends of the spectrum with some major beliefs in their lives.
Steven and Holly are attracted to each other from the first time they meet and that ramps up each time they are together. They also act like adults and have the difficult conversations instead of ignoring them or hiding them from each other. As Holly steps out from her introverted existence, she finds her courage in helping her neighbor.
Another wonderful installment to this series, Starfish Pier delivers everything I expect from Hannon—romance, hope, heart, community, healing, and a little good humor from the town’s priest and pastor.
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