Sorry for the delay this week, I’ve been working at my new job with VIPKID and enjoying every moment of it. 🙂 Here’s my latest read!!
Sandpiper Cove by Irene Hannon has been one of my favorite books yet. This book has two main characters; Lexie Graham and Adam Stone. Both individuals carry a lot of weight from their past.
We meet single mother/widow Lexie Graham first. She is the Chief of Police in Hope Harbor, located on the Oregon coastline. She struggles with her past so much, that she doesn’t attend church anymore, even though her five year old son and mother attend every Sunday.
Next, we meet Adam Stone, an ex-con. Adam has struggled alot with his past choices in life. He struggles often with the fact his parents abused and didn’t care about him even in jail. Adam Stone has come past a lot of things with God’s help and attending church regularly. However, his life is about to be turned upside down when he meets the police chief.
Lexie Graham has a case of vandalism going on in Hope Harbor and Adam Stone is one of the victims. When Lexie finds out about the kid and accomplice who committed the crimes, she knows the best person to help the kid get back on the right track. Her special assist is Adam Stone.
Through the entire case, Lexie and Adam begin to communicate to each other. However, their communication becomes a little more than just friends. Can Lexie, the police chief, and Adam, the ex-con, have a relationship that won’t damage each others accomplishments? Or will the they become the towns biggest object of gossip and rumors, which will destroyed all they have? Also, will Lexie and Adam let their past experiences and situations hurt what they have or will they learn to forgive and release the guilt that is heavy on both of their hearts?
You will just have to grab a copy of this great read from Irene Hannon at these great retailers below or see if your local library has a digital or physical copy on loan:
Amazon: $8.79 paperback; $8.35 Kindle
Barnes and Noble: $9.52 paperback; $9.99 Nook
Walmart: $8.75 paperback
ChristianBook: $8.79 paperback; $9.04 ebook
Before I sign off, I want to mention that I got this book complimentary from Revell Publishers for my honest opinion, good or bad. In this regard, I really enjoyed this book.
Next time, I’ll be reviewing my next read About a Dog… This shall be an interesting book.
See you soon and Enjoy reading!