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Irene HannonRevell / 2021 / ePubOur Price$9.894.5 out of 5 stars for Blackberry Beach: A Hope Harbor Novel - eBook. View reviews of this product. 41 Reviews
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arkmom5 Stars Out Of 5Irene Hannon never disappoints!June 5, 2021arkmomQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I loved reading about Blackberry Beach once again and to reconnect with some of my favorite characters, such as Charley with his gift to be insightful and his words of wisdom. I crave an order of his fish tacos! Loved that the pair of seagulls are back! Also, the lavender farm!
Katherine has came to Hope Harbor to escape the life most would envy. Katherine, now knows the pressures and the attached strings of living what was her dream for so long. The paparazzi, gossip, and the stress is making her question if she wants to continue being an actress. She has rented a lovely home in Hop Harbor to get away from it all and be in a place where she hopes to not be recognized while she contemplates her career and attempts to arrive at some decisions.
Too bad that her manager, Simon, has no respect for her wishes at all and continues to harass her, adding only more pressure on her.
She ventures into Zach's coffee shop, who also made some very big life changing decisions for himself. He wonders who is this young woman who wears the large sunglasses in his shop and doesn't seem to want to make conversation?
I appreciated the author including in her story the part regarding the things in the movie that Katherine refused to do. It was very proper and fitting for a Christian fiction story. Kudos to Irene Hannon!
I loved the character of Zach's aunt, Stephanie! What a change of pace Hope Harbor was for her.
The author writes in such a way that you feel like you're right there in the little coastal town of Hope Harbor in Oregon.
A truly wonderful story about family, forgiveness, mending relationships, faith and romance.
I was given an advanced ecopy by the publisher, Revell and Netgalley. I was under no obligation to leave a positive review.
Brian CurrieVictoria. B.C.Age: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Blackberry BeachJune 1, 2021Brian CurrieVictoria. B.C.Age: 55-65Gender: femaleFaye Currie wrote: I am never disappointed in Irene Hannon books. Loved her series setting in Hope Harbor the characters were so believable!
Ladonna Fager5 Stars Out Of 5Blackberry BeachMay 21, 2021Ladonna FagerQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5Irene Hannon once again has brought us a book full of small town characters that come to life on the pages. Her characters were faced with every day challenges and with choices that would change their lives and the lives of others just as we face every day. Enjoyed this book from beginning to end.
centraleast25 Stars Out Of 5enjoyableMay 11, 2021centraleast2Another great story from Hope Harbor. Katherine is ready to find out what exactly she is looking for as she travels to Hope Harbor. She is feeling overwhelmed when she should be on top of the world and Hope Harbor should be exactly what she needs. While there she gets teamed up with Zach to help out some children. It is always interesting to see how two people who don't want to do something interact with each other. They soon find themselves working together to help out some children and find that they are more alike than they first believed.
I received a copy of the book to read, the review is mine.
Fhlady4 Stars Out Of 5Small Town RomanceMay 3, 2021FhladyQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5In Irene Hannon's final book of the Hope Harbor series, we go back to the charming Oregon town of Hope Harbor remeeting old characters who bring life to this sweet, friendly small town. Zach Garret is once again busy running is coffee shop but finds the mysterious woman who always wears her sunglasses intriguing. Katherine, the mysterious and intriguing new face in town, is on the cusp of fame and fortune, but is not sure if that's her true desire.
Once again, Charlie, who seems omniscient about everyone in town, makes his appearance as the taco truck vendor along with his array of animal friends who all play a role in the life of Hope Harbor residents.
Blackberry Beach was a wonderful conclusion to this small town series, and I hated to say goodbye.
Once again, Hannon has created a series full of memorable characters and an unforgettable small town.
**I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher through NetGalley. Opinions are mine alone. I was not compensated for this review.