Saturday, April 22, 2017

Sandpiper Cove by Irenne Hannon

Sandpiper Cove (Hope Harbor, #3)


Hope Harbor police chief Lexie Graham has plenty on her plate raising her son alone and dealing with a sudden rash of petty theft and vandalism in her coastal Oregon hometown. As a result, she has zero time for extracurricular activities--including romance. Ex-con Adam Stone isn't looking for love either--but how ironic is it that the first woman to catch his eye is a police chief? Yet wishing for things that can never be is foolish.

Nevertheless, when Lexie enlists Adam's help to keep a young man from falling into a life of crime, sparks begin to fly. And as they work together, it soon becomes apparent that God may have a different--and better--future planned for them than either could imagine.

Lauded by
Library Journal as "a master at character development," Irene Hannon welcomes readers back to this charming Oregon seaside village where hearts heal--and love blooms


I didn't know what to expect when I started reading this beautiful novel.
I think it was the cover that wanted to make me read it and bring contemporary Christian was a page turning awesome adventure!
I snickered at the two priests lively banter glad they got along.
I loved Charley too! He reminds of one of God's messengers that are always around and for some strange reasons they know before you even tell them.
There's a song from Alabama about angels being all around us and up above.
Friends are few and far between but when you find one hang on to him or her because those are the best kind.
Books are sort of like that too!! It is funny that you can connect with some books and not others. Books can be friends or not.
I believe in 2nd chances like Adam and Brian. I enjoyed this novel for this reason.
Irene knows how to bring real life problems to fictional characters and solve their problems unlike in real life.
Choices can be bad or good. it is up to us. But, they usually go better it'd go better if we ask for God's help.
Satan wants us to disobey God. Not good!
I loved the friendship between Lexie and Adam. To my idea, it's always best to be friends first. Like my husband and I were. To this day, we are still best friends.
I think this wonderful novel is all about Trust. Trust is a very big issue in most cases. Like Adam.
He needed to learn to trust people again and I feel him deeply. I too have a very hard time trusting people. Thank you God I have a trusting Jesus for He'll never fail me even when I'm at my lowest.
I recommend this book to people who love contemporary Christian.
I received a complimentary copy from from the publisher and in no way required to review this book


Irene HannonIrene Hannon, who writes both romance and romantic suspense, is the author of more than 45 novels. Her books have been honored with two coveted RITA Awards from Romance Writers of America (the “Oscar” of romantic fiction), a National Readers' Choice Award, three HOLT Medallions, a Daphne du Maurier Award, a Retailers Choice Award, a Booksellers' Best Award and two Reviewers' Choice Awards from RT Book Reviews magazine. She is also a two-time Christy Award finalist.

A former corporate communications executive with a Fortune 500 company, Irene now writes full time. In her spare time, she enjoys singing, long walks, cooking, gardening, traveling and spending time with family.

To learn more about Irene and her books, visit

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