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Sea Rose Lane #2, in the Hope Harbor, Irene Hannon
It all started with a crash…a crash of vehicles and a crash of hearts in need of healing. One heart belongs to recently out-of-work attorney Eric Nash. The other is the heart of an architect – BJ Stevens – who is in desperate want of a change in her life. The lovely coast of Sea Rose Lane is exactly the right place for them to come together, a charming spot where many things will be mended.
Number of Pages: 500
Vendor: Christian Romance Series
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.81 (inches)|
Series: Hope Harbor
The Wishing Season: A Chapel Springs Romance Large PrintDenise HunterChristian Romance Series / 2015 / Hardcover$29.99 Retail:4 Stars Out Of 5 20 Reviews
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Crystal4 Stars Out Of 5A Story of Romance, Healing the Past, and Hope for the FutureJune 14, 2017CrystalQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0After being laid off from his job as a lawyer, Eric Nash returns home to visit his father, lick his wounds, and regroup. When he arrives in Hope Harbor, however, he finds that his dad has decided to pursue a long-time dream of owning a bed and breakfast inn, and the family home is in renovation. While Eric would prefer to focus solely on landing his next legal gig, he finds himself being distracted by BJ Stevens, the beautiful and talented architect hired to oversee the construction project. Although BJ is wary of men based on past failed romances, a friendship forms between them when they work together on sets for a local high school play and the formation of a service to help elderly citizens in Hope Harbor have a more productive life. Before long, the friendship deepens into something more and Eric has to decide what he desires more- a lucrative, fast-paced career in his dream job as an attorney at a big firm, or a slower-paced future built with BJ in his small hometown.
Sea Rose Lane was such an enjoyable read! Although the attraction between Eric and BJ was evident from the beginning, their romance followed a natural progression as their friendship deepened. Eric's tenderness toward BJ as she opened up about her painful past was so sweet and genuine, although it was a little annoying that Eric took so long to make his decision!
This review contains my own thoughts and opinions. I have not been compensated by the author or publisher in any way.
Laura HiltonHorseshoe Bend, ARAge: 45-54Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Sea Rose LaneApril 10, 2017Laura HiltonHorseshoe Bend, ARAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4First, the disclaimer. "I was provided a free copy of this book. All opinions are my own." That done, SEA ROSE LANE is the second book in Ms. Hannon's Hope Harbor series, but it easily stands alone but fans will want to read Hope Harbor, the first book in the series by the same name.
BJ was prickly at first and I didn't think I would like her, but she did soften up considerably as the story progressed. I like her heart toward the elderly and the down-trodden and how she wanted to give them hope.
The taco man was just something else. One can't help but love him.
Eric is floundering, losing a job (downsizing) that he'd planned on for the long haul. He comes home to find out his dad is turning the family home into a bed and breakfast and has taken cooking classes, and well, then there's the hot woman in charge of the project... He also had a heart for the hurting. I liked him considerably.
Fans of romance will devour this new one by Ms. Hannon. Don't miss Sea Rose Lane. It will touch your heart--in more than one way.
kat5 Stars Out Of 5sea rose laneAugust 16, 2016katQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0Another great book by Irene Hannon, anytime you pick up a book by her you will enjoy it .
GrandaddyAAge: Over 65Gender: male5 Stars Out Of 5Food for ThoughtAugust 9, 2016GrandaddyAAge: Over 65Gender: maleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5A wonderful Christian romance with a lot of food for thought. I enjoyed going back to visit Hope Harbor again. I found my mouth watering every time someone went to Charleys for an order of fish tacos. Frankly I have rebelled at the idea of fish tacos since the first time I saw them listed on a menu, but Irene Hannon makes them sound so delicious. Now if I could only find Charleys so I could taste test them, I might change my mind. Actually there seems to be several people changing their minds in the story. BJ has lived in Hope Harbor for a year after deciding living in the big city and working as a high-paid architect was just not the life she wanted. Eleanor discovers how she has held people at arms-length and realizes some changes are in order. Eric has returned to his hometown to regroup after the law firm where he worked sixty-hour weeks in an effort to become a partner made the decision to downsize. His is the main story line as he begins to struggle with his feelings for a beautiful architect, his desire to continue pursuing his career path, and his renewed interest in painting pictures. Like most of us, he wants it all but can he have it all? How can he work sixty hours a week, paint, and pursue the young woman? Is it realistic to even think he can? Does he need to change his thinking? I recommend this book especially for anyone who is struggling to find direction in life. I look forward to the next book in this series.
abookandacuppaPrairie Village, KSAge: 55-65Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5It's like a vacation in a book!August 2, 2016abookandacuppaPrairie Village, KSAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Reminiscent of Debbie Macomber's Cedar Cove, I enjoyed this novel even more. Although it is the second novel in the Hope Harbor series, it is unnecessary to read the books in sequence. I truly liked all of the characters in this book; they seemed to be more cognizant of the needs of others rather than dwelling on their own problems and whether or not they were part of a couple. There are many single people in this romance who are loving life and being involved in this wonderful community on the Oregon Coast. I must mention Charley, the artist and taco stand master, who seems to be more intuitive than most and gives even the reader a feeling of serenity. Also, there is a belching white seal who interrupts the most romantic moments between BJ and Eric. Nice summer read!