Revell Reads Blog Tour Review: Sandpiper Cove by Irene Hannon

18 April, 2017 Blog Tours, Book Reviews 5 [simple-rating stars="four-stars"]

My Thoughts:
When I think of Irene Hannon, I think of suspense and thrills. But, I must say that this book, really was amazing. She is absolutely wonderful in her writing styles. Her books are unique and captivating and always have a message within the pages for the readers to reflect on. I loved that!

Lexie and Adam’s characters are very complex yet blended smoothly in the story line. It’s a powerful story line. Some of the issues in the story, really hit home with me as I have two teen sons who have faced some of the same issues. It’s very heart wrenching, yet Ms. Hannon’s words are inspiring. I loved being able to feel a part of the story and understanding some of the characters feelings.

I loved the characters that Ms. Hannon added to the story. They all wrapped around Lexie and Adam and complimented them well! There were a few occasions I found my self chuckling out loud when the secondary characters showed up in the story. It rounded out the feels of the book.

I would definitely recommend this book to all with 4 star praises! It’s filled with heart stealing characters, a plot that will leave you thinking long after you’ve shut it’s pages, and inspiring words that you just might need to read. I loved every minute of this book and it’s definitely a keeper on my shelf! While this is the 3rd book in the Hope Harbor series, it’s definitely easy to read as a stand alone. Although there are characters I’m hoping we will see more of in future books (hint, hint, Ms. Hannon!) and some that I’m looking forward to reading about in previous books. Great job, Ms. Hannon!

5 Responses to “Revell Reads Blog Tour Review: Sandpiper Cove by Irene Hannon”

  1. Rachelle Cobb

    It takes a strong author to write suspensefully but balance the thrills with a great message! Irene Hannon is very talented. 🙂

    Great book review!

  2. Karen

    I have not gotten into Hannon’s contemporary novels yet, but always love her suspense ones. I will have to add this to my list and give it a try. Sounds like a great book.

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