Thursday, June 8, 2017

{Book Review} "Sandpiper Cove" by Irene Hannon

Rating: 3/5

Sandpiper Cove draws readers into the quaint Oregon town of Hop Harbor. Lexie Graham, the town's police chief, works hard to keep the city safe and comfortable for its residents. When a string of vandalism incidents occur, Lexie finds herself in contact with ex-con Adam Stone. Adam moved to Hope Harbor for a fresh start after being released from prison. Both Lexie and Adam have their own difficult backgrounds to overcome, but is it really possible for them to do so? As they both learn to move on from the pain and struggles of their pasts, they are drawn to each other. That is, until a nasty rumor threatens to tear them apart. Can the two of them find a way to forge ahead with their lives?

Sandpiper Cove is a lighthearted story that centers on themes of grace, redemption and looking ahead to the future rather than behind to prior mistakes. Nothing about the story is particularly deep or enticing to readers, but it makes for a great story to get lost it. The characters aren't very complex, and the plot is basic and easy to predict, but that is part of the appeal of these kinds of fiction books. If you're looking for a deep story, this isn't for you. If you want a book to spend a few hours getting lost in, this is a great choice. It's lighthearted, fun and romantic.

I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

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