Irene Hannon's Hope Harbor series has been so great and "Pelican Point" is another great addition to the series! Hope Harbor is such a cute, coastal town that is also a tight-knit community and while reading these books, I feel as if I am a part of the town and friends with the people. Irene does a great job at bringing the characters to life and this town.
Marci lives in Hope Harbor and is the editor for the local paper; although she is not native to here, this is her home and she is proud of the heritage of the town. Therefore, Marci is determined to save the lighthouse due to the landmark status and the significance it holds. Ben was just planning Hope Harbor to be a stop, an errand he had to complete as he is the only heir to his grandfather and he has come to settle his affairs. However, this becomes more than that as the lighthouse is part of the inheritance and Marci is not about to see it destroyed.
I loved the interactions between Marci and Ben throughout the book and also the hope, and redemption and healing that takes place in both of these characters. Hope Harbor was where both of these individuals needed to be. It was nice to come "visit" this town again and meet up with some of the natives. I have thoroughly enjoyed this book and this series and I highly recommend it.
*Thanks to the Revell Reads Blogger Program for the complimentary copy of this book.*