Coffee shop owner Zach Garrett has found his niche after a traumatic loss--and he has no plans to change the life he's created. Nor does he want to get involved with his reticent new neighbor, whose past is shrouded in mystery. He's had enough drama to last a lifetime. But when Katherine and Zach are recruited to help rehab a home for foster children, sparks fly. And as their lives begin to intersect, might they find more common ground than they expected . . . and discover that, with love, all things are possible?
Bestselling and award-winning author Irene Hannon invites you to come home to Hope Harbor--where hearts heal . . . and love blooms.
Paperback, 352 pages
Published April 6th 2021 by
Fleming H. Revell Company
Just like the cover implies this is a perfect beach read.
Blackberry Beach is the 7th book in the Hope Harbor Series, I haven't read any of the previous books. While my interest in the past books has piqued this one works fine as a stand alone.
I loved the descriptive nature of the landscape, especially the beach, I really want to walk on that beach and rent a place there. It was nice to visualise the setting with the cafe, taco food truck and the neighbourly setting. The characters are supportive, each in a unique way rounding out the story nicely.
This is my first time reading a Irene Hannon book, I enjoyed the change of pace from my usual genre. This is Christian fiction, which is addressed throughout the read, but in realisitc and non overbearing way.
Blackberry Beach is a book and author I recommend.
"Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group
and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc."