Sandpiper Cove by Irene Hannon is a sweet romance. A little too sweet for my taste. I lost interest in this book when I was about 3/4 through it. It seemed to drag on a little too much for me. I did not like the interaction between the pastor and the priest, it felt weird (I'm a pastor's wife and have never seen this type of interaction between two ministers) and immature and left me feeling uneasy. The book itself has a nice theme of grace and forgiveness to it. I would recommend it to fans of Denise Hunter.
I love Irene Hannon's suspense books, they are page-turners that keep my attention the whole way through.
This book provided for review by Revell