Saturday, May 16, 2020
Starfish Pier by Irene Hannon
I was drawn to one character as I turned the pages. Pete came to Hope Harbor without hope. He lost himself. He thought he knew what his plane were until he met his neighbor. He was an example of a "changed" man.
He wasn't the only one who changed or grew in this lovely story. Many of the characters had demons that they lived with.
Irene Hannon clearly demonstrated that we can conquer our fears, our demons with GOD by our side and with the help of others. We don't have to do it alone.
I loved the story and was sad to see it end. I will look for the other books in this series as I am confident that they would be just as enjoyable.
I received this free from Revell Books to review.
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