Tracy Campbell grew up in Hope Harbor and returned to keep up with her family’s struggling cranberry farm. Michael Hunter is a widower who has taken a leave of absence to visit the place his late wife had enjoyed visiting as a child. Both are harboring secrets, guilt and regret.
When their worlds collide, they both must come to grips with their feelings about their past relationships. “Hope Harbor” by Irene Hannon is an endearing love story about people who need each other to overcome their painful pasts. It doesn’t take long to get hooked on this story. Even with some predictability, there are some surprises along the way. It doesn’t have the kick of Hannon’s romantic suspense stories, but it is a good read that warms the heart.
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