Hawaiian Crosswinds

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Moody Publishers, Jun 1, 2011 - Fiction - 352 pages
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Torn between family loyalty and their deep affection for one another, Rafe Easton and Eden Derrington strike an agreement that will bring them together after one final year of pursuing their dreams. For Eden, those dreams involve dangerous medical research with her father and spending time with the mother she never knew, a leper on Moloka'i.

Rafe’s dreams are equally noble—managing the family estates and serving in Legislature—until both begin to unravel. Revolution threatens the fragile calm of Hawaii’s sovereignty, and the man who murdered Rafe’s father now threatens the lives of Rafe’s mother and adopted son. With love, danger, and political upheaval demanding his attention, Rafe must commit to a course of action without second thoughts.

Love, beauty, and blessing—the perfect “happily ever after” to a Hawaiian romance—unravel in the Hawaiian Islands of 1892. What will this mean for Rafe and Eden, caught in the Hawaiian Crosswinds?


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Hawaiian Crosswinds

User Review  - Its About Time Mamaw - Christianbook.com

Hawaiians in 1892 were split on what was best for Hawaii. Most of the plantation owners were for Annexation to the United States. Like in many wars families split under such conditions. Two such ... Read full review

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User Review  - debwilson - Christianbook.com

Rafe Easton and Eden Derrington agree to postpone their wedding for another year. Rafe is busy on the Legislature, and Eden is still doggedly pursing her dream to meet her mother on the leper island ... Read full review

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Historical Characters and Terms
Edens Family Tree 1 Serpent in the Garden Dark Omen
A Conflict of Purpose
The Crouching Lion
Unexpected Witness
A Matter of Trust
Zacharys Storm
Winds of Allegiance
First Joust
The Family Gathering
A Spy among
Narrowing Path
A Meeting of Minds

Can Two Walk Together Unless Agreed?
The Wicked Spies Upon the Righteous to Kill
Wicked Discovery
The Unraveling
Choose This Day Whom You Will Serve
The Letter
Stormy Weather
Back to Paradise

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LINDA LEE CHAIKIN has written over thirty top selling books, including The Silk House series and For Whom the Stars Shine, a finalist for the prestigious Christy Award. Two of her novels have been awarded the Silver Angel Award for excellence. Linda is a graduate of Multnomah Biblical Seminary in Portland, Oregon, and taught neighborhood Bible classes for many years. She and her husband make their home in Northern California where her favorite recreations are reading and taking vacations where the wind blows through lonely deserts and ghost towns.

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