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Aloha Rose

Narrated by: Bethany Lind
Series: Quilts of Love, Book 12
Length: 7 hrs and 37 mins
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When Laney Carrigan sets out to find her birth family, her only clue is the Hawaiian quilt - a red rose snowflake appliquéd on a white background - in which she was found wrapped as an infant. Centering her search on the Big Island and battling fears of rejection, Laney begins a painstaking journey toward her true heritage. Kai Barnes, however, is determined to protect the people he's come to regard as family. He thinks Laney is nothing more than a gold digger and blocks every move she makes toward her Hawaiian family. As their conflict escalates, it puts at risk the one thing that Kai and Laney both want most - a family.

©2013 Lisa Carter (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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  • Vicky
  • 28-11-18

This Hawaiian no can deal!

I just couldn't finish this book. I think it's just being Hawaiian and the portrayal of us was, was, well so wrong! I almost didn't get out of the airport. I almost threw my Kindle when it was brudda instead of brah. Yeah dat's right brah, not bra, not brudda. (Oh yeah dat's is pronounced das.) I put the Kindle down and walked away for the day after my next rant. "The lei is a plumeria, we call it frangipani." Uh, no! I always called it plumeria. I never heard of it as frangipani till a few years ago, and had to look it up. So for 50 years we nevah wen call it frangipani. I'm starting to see why people have such a misconception of how we live and talk in Hawaii. Be warned we don't talk Hawaiian Pigeon English like this book depicts. And as far as the way we live I couldn't deal so I neveh got far enough in da book. Sorry I sound so harsh but it really grated me the wrong way.

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  • Martha
  • 24-06-16

ok book

this book was okay... it is a chrisian book, but I got lost in the hawaian lingo and customs for the islands. had a nice ending...and no illicit sex. I will listen to one more by this author to give her another chance.....but this one does not rank as a favorite of mine.