I really liked that a pastor of a church poured his time into Adam while he was in jail/prison and that he was there for him when he got out. It was great to see that Adam allowed the pastor to help him and also that he allowed God to use himself to help others. I liked how most of the people in Hope Harbor didn't let his felon past to define him, and could see what he was really like in the present. I loved to see the ripple effect of people helping others in this novel after they had been helped, and how people's lives were turned around for the better because of that.
One of the themes in this book will reach out to people who feel like the only option is to hang out with the wrong kind of people and how it can hurt their lives, and it will show them how they can trust God to send the right kind of people into their lives instead.
My review = 5 out of 5 stars
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