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Three Unexpected Romances Blossom in Historic Hawaii

The Hawaiian word for love, aloha, is used in both greeting and farewell. But given the opportunity to experience true love in the lush, unspoiled islands, will three couples welcome it or allow fear to drive it away?

Jane Buckley visits the kingdom of Hawaii in 1890 before her wedding to a Texas oil baron. When she meets rancher Mak McCauley and his ...

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1616261218 Relive history in the Hawaiian Islands as three women face fearful challenges in their lives and hearts. Jane rethinks her engagement to a wealthy tycoon back home in ... Texas. Mary Ellen is trying to find her missing sister who traveled there as a picture bride. Amelia is hiding secrets centered around the bombing of Pearl Harbor. Could finding romance now be more harm than help? Editorial ReviewsThe Hawaiian Islands have been a ripe place for romance down through history. Jane's visit in 1890 changes all her plans. Mary Ellen goes to find her sister. Amelia has hidden a secret since the attack on Pearl Harbor. Will three men be able to help these women through their fears? From the Back CoverThree Unexpected Romances Blossom in Historic Hawaii The Hawaiian word for love, aloha, is used in both greeting and farewell. But given the opportunity to experience true love in the lush, unspoiled islands, will three couples welcome it or allow fear to drive it away? Jane Buckley visits the kingdom of Hawaii in 1890 ... Read more Show Less

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Three Unexpected Romances Blossom in Historic Hawaii

The Hawaiian word for love, aloha, is used in both greeting and farewell. But given the opportunity to experience true love in the lush, unspoiled islands, will three couples welcome it or allow fear to drive it away?

Jane Buckley visits the kingdom of Hawaii in 1890 before her wedding to a Texas oil baron. When she meets rancher Mak McCauley and his daughter, who are deep in grief and in need of love, will she be able to leave?

Mary Ellen Colson goes to the islands looking for her sister, who had gone as a picture bride and disappeared. Is sugarcane farmer, Clay Honeycutt, covering a crime?

Amelia Thurstan has hidden a secret from her family since his death at Pearl Harbor. Now that she must face his brother Luke with the truth, will she only bring more pain to two families overwhelmed with grief?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781616261214
  • Publisher: Barbour Publishing, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 4/1/2011
  • Series: Romancing America
  • Pages: 368
  • Product dimensions: 5.30 (w) x 8.04 (h) x 0.97 (d)

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Yvonne Lehman, best-selling author of more than 3,000,000 books in print, founded and directed the Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference for 25 years and is now director of the Blue Ridge “Autumn in the Mountains” Novelist Retreat. She has joined Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas as Acquisitions and Managing Editor of Candlelight Romance and Guiding Light Women’s Fiction. She earned Master’s Degree in English from Western Carolina University and has taught English and Creative Writing on the college level. Her recent releases include a three-book series set in Savannah GA (Harlequin Heartsong), and Hearts of Carolina series of eight novels (four in NC, four in SC – Greenbrier). In April, 2014, her 50th novel Hearts that Survive – A Novel of the TITANIC (Abingdon) released, and she signs periodically at the Titanic Museum in Pigeon Forge TN. Her first non-fiction book is Divine Moments (Grace Publishing – a compilation of 50 articles written by various authors). She blogs at www.christiansread.com and Novel Rocket Blog. 
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  • Posted March 23, 2011

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    history and romance

    The first story is "Aloha Love" and you get a little chuckle our of it now and then with Aunt Mitilda. I am getting ahead of myself here as I forgot the first chapter that talks about a rancher Mark MacCaula, his mother and his little girl Leia. He was raising horses to race, but his young wife had gotten killed on one that she was teaching Leia, then three to ride. So Mark was a very depressed man and all he could think of was winning the race between his horse the King's. They all lived in Hilo, Hawaii.

    Mitilda arrives on the scene in the second chapter when she shows up at her brother-in-laws home and wanted to take Jane, her niece to Hawaii to see her sister-in-law before she died. Jane was engaged to a rich oil man names Adam, she had his ring but was in no hurry to get married. Milita, Jane and a mail in Jane's home Pilar set out on a six month journey by sea to Hawaii.

    Then the story really get good as they all fell in love with Hawaii and its people.

    The Second Story in this book is "Picture Bride" and the Third Story is "Love From Ashes" and all three are leading into the others with some of the same people in all stories. This is a great buy for anyone that loves good Fiction books with romance, and history.

    This book was sent to me by Barbour Publishing for my review

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