"You've got me."
"Do I?" She sighed. "Why do you make this so hard? Why won't you just let me go?"
"Because you're worth keeping. ..." (p. 344)
Debbie Macomber's 50 Harbor Street continues the story of the residents, families, and friends of Cedar Cove, Washington. Again weaving stories about many characters already introduced in the previous books of the series, this book also introduces a few new characters and a few new relationships.
The theme that seems most dominate in this book is that of loss. What I found most interesting about this theme is that it is explored with many different types of losses and recoveries. A secondary theme also appears to be forgiveness and redemption, again explored in several different ways.
The recent investigation into the secret postcards is solved, a marriage and birth occur, and new relationships begin to blossom. As I have stated before in my previous reviews of the first four books, I love this series and can't wait to read the next address!