Driftwood Bay

Reviewed by:

Edna Johnson of Faith Baptist, Winfield, IL


Driftwood Bay (Hope Harbor series)


Irene Hannon




Publication date:



Print book


339 pages


Jeannette Mason moves to Hope Harbor in Oregon to begin a new life. She is trying to overcome deep grief and determines to avoid emotional connections of any kind. A young doctor moves to Hope to find a better place to raise his young niece. He is too busy for emotional attachments with a busy practice, a child to raise and a puppy to keep in check. A Christian family from Syria is relocated to Hope to give them a better and safer life after losing most of the family to a bombing.

God weaves circumstances so each family has to help one another in order to find the peace they are seeking. Hope becomes a place of Hope for all. It is comforting to see how each overcomes grief from the youngest to the oldest.



5 out of 5

Suggest audience:

Late teens to adults

Christian impact:

Good, demonstrates the truth of Romans 8:28.

Driftwood Bay (Hope Harbor, #5)

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