Aloha: Four Romances at a Hawaiian Hideaway

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Barbour Books, 2002 - Fiction - 352 pages
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Beautiful, romantic Maui is home to the four Harrigan brothers, who, since taking over Harrigan's Cove resort from their father, spend their days focused on work. There are endless details involved in keeping the business afloat - but love can't help checking in. As manager, Barnabas thinks he's figured out his snobby rich clients, but one high-class woman doesn't fit the usual mold. Will Barnabas let God use her..to teach him a few things about appearances - and love? Connor can't understand why a pretty client would rather follow him on his maintenance rounds than join the other vacationers. Could revealing his status as part owner destroy their budding friendship? Alex feels for a woman alone on what should have been her honeymoon and is sure the activities he directs would be the best medicine for her broken heart. But is it too soon to expect her to return his growing affections? Steve the logical accountant, thinks his brothers have become lovesick pups - but working with an old girlfriend to clean up an IRS mess could land him in the same boat. Can he keep his focus? With love perfuming the tropical breeze, can the four brothers balance their romantic interests with the hard work of making Harrigan's Cove a success?

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Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
21
Section 3
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About the author (2002)

Coble writes inspirational romance. She works as a church secretary and is busy restoring a Victorian home.

Carol Cox is Professor of Nursing, Advanced Clinical Practice, St Bartholomew School of Nursing and Midwifery, City Univesity, London and Nurse Consultant, Research and Education Related to Practice, Newham Healthcare NHS Trust

Denise Hunter is an award-winning author of ten books and novellas, including "Mending Places" and "Saving Grace". She has appeared on the CBA Bestseller List several times for her novella collaborations "Aloha" and "Blind Dates". Denise and her husband, Kevin, are involved in a new church start in Indiana where they live with their three sons.

Gail Sattler is a prolific author whose past works include Mennonite fiction, faith-based romance novels, devotional Bible contributions, and more. Also a talented musician, she plays piano at church, upright electric bass in a mod- ern jazz band, and acoustic double bass in a concert band. She lives with her husband and three sons in Vancouver, British Columbia.

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