I recently read a book by an author unfamiliar to me and would love to share my thoughts with you.
Irene Hannon’s Windswept Way did not disappoint. I’m typically good at figuring out where stories are headed, but Windswept Way kept me guessing with its twists and turns and mysterious connotations.
It didn’t take long to grow fond of Hope Harbor with its complex and intriguing characters. Some of my favorites were Rose, the elderly recluse, Ashley, the enthusiastic newcomer, and Jon, the wounded warrior. Each had their own struggles. Each had their own risks. Each had their own growing to do. But once they finally opened up, shared their struggles, and risked their own vulnerability, their stories – and their lives – were transformed.
Windswept Way is a story filled with the hope of friendship, romance, and a dream come true. It leaves the reader pondering the beauty of a life shared with others.
If you’re looking for a meaningful, feel-good read, Windswept Way just might be the book for you.