Glass Beach

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Jove Books, 1998 - Fiction - 355 pages
22 Reviews
Elizabeth Bennett was in paradise. Her loveless marriage was at an end, and now she was blissfully alone to raise her young daughter on their lush Hawaiian estate. Then everything changed when a dark, handsome stranger appeared on her doorstep. His name was Spence Laamea, her husband's illegitimate son. And according to her husband's will, Spence was to run the estate until her daughter came of age. This man she knew nothing about held sway over her and her fate. And made her heart beat with a passion she'd never felt before. See centerpiece feature.

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User Review  - Cas H. - Goodreads

Glass Beach by Jill Marie Landis was a wonderful story of a man and woman finding love again, after they were both hurt. It is a time of healing and of a love that can't be. Spence is half Hawaiian ... Read full review

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User Review  - Goodreads

Glass Beach by Jill Marie Landis was a wonderful story of a man and woman finding love again, after they were both hurt. It is a time of healing and of a love that can't be. Spence is half Hawaiian ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
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Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1998)

With her first novel, Sunflower, Jill Marie Landis won the Romance Writers of America's "Golden Medallion Award for Best Historical Romance." Her novels Wildflower, Rose, and Jade confirmed the promise of her unique talent for rich detail and characterization. Come Spring, winner of the "Best Romance Novel of the Year" award, was hailed by such celebrated authors as Julie Garwood and Linda Lael Miller, while Past Promises earned the praises of Amanda Quick. Her most recent novels include Until Tomorrow, After All, Last Chance, and Day Dreamer.

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