Mass Market Paperback ´ Kona Winds PDF µ

Kona Winds❮Reading❯ ➳ Kona Winds ➬ Author Janet Dailey – Varanus.us It was paradisewith one fatal flawJulie Lancaster thought her new job was perfect She had a gracious employer, a charming teenager to teach, and best of all, the splendid beauty of Hawaii Then Ruel Ch It was paradisewith one fatal flawJulie Lancaster thought her new job was perfect She had a gracious employer, a charming teenager to teach, and best of all, the splendid beauty of Hawaii Then Ruel Chandler came on the scene Her pupil s brother and head of the household, he was aloof, indifferent, bored with women Yet something in Julie reached out to him no matter how hard she tried to deny it Ruel stirred a flame in her Could she resist, or would she lose everything her job, her new home, herself.

Mass Market Paperback  ´ Kona Winds PDF µ
  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 187 pages
  • Kona Winds
  • Janet Dailey
  • 09 November 2018
  • 0373103328

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  1. says:

    A quick and enjoyable read, set in beautiful Hawaii.


  2. says:

    Kona Winds is the story of Julie and Ruel.A very pleasant story to read, because if you love the Hawaiian culture, the author has represented it beautifully here.Our h is hired to be a companion for a young woman who is recovering from an accident, and travels to Hawaii to take the job for six months There she meets the lady s kind aunt and very brooding brother The h is a curious, vivacious creature, filled with life and soon makes friends with everyone around her, exploring the richness an Kona Winds is the story of Julie and Ruel.A very pleasant story to read, because if you love the Hawaiian culture, the author has represented it beautifully here.Our h is hired to be a companion for a young woman who is recovering from an accident, and travels to Hawaii to take the job for six months There she meets the lady s kind aunt and very brooding brother The h is a curious, vivacious creature, filled with life and soon makes friends with everyone around her, exploring the richness and diversity of Hawaii, intriguing the H..The first half of the book is pretty bland it s the h adjusting to a new home and job, while the H stares and broods from afar It s in the second half that the pursuit begins, and things become juice It does end a bit abruptly though Also has some OM drama.SWE view spoiler h flirts with OM after meeting H, dates him hide spoiler 3 5


  3. says:

    I was sad when I heard Janet Dailey passed away recently If you didn t grow up or read romance novels in the late 70 s early 80 s, you may not know the name Dailey was the first American author to write for Harlequin and that writing evolved to make her one of the queens of the bodice ripper, alpha male romance with books often set in the western U.S When I was in junior high we frequently had Saturday dinners at my aunt s house I hated the dinners but I loved going through my aunt s vast I was sad when I heard Janet Dailey passed away recently If you didn t grow up or read romance novels in the late 70 s early 80 s, you may not know the name Dailey was the first American author to write for Harlequin and that writing evolved to make her one of the queens of the bodice ripper, alpha male romance with books often set in the western U.S When I was in junior high we frequently had Saturday dinners at my aunt s house I hated the dinners but I loved going through my aunt s vast collection of Harlequins and taking a grocery bag home to be read and exchanged at the following dinner for a new bag They were my guilty pleasure and I sped thru them As I got a little older, the books got a bit racier and Janet Dailey s non Harlequin titles were often in the bags I took home My reading tastes have changed and I hadn t thought about or read any Janet Dailey books in years After reading author Cathy Lamb s post about Dailey , I was inspired to go back and read or reread something Dailey wrote this time downloaded on my Kindle Herpopular works The Calder Saga series, Touch the Wind, The Rogue, etc were all a bit pricey for the little diversion I wanted so, I thought I d try Kona Winds part of a project Dailey and her husband did by researching and setting romance novels in all 50 states to be honest it was a quick read and under 4 Also, I love to read older retro cheesy romance books set in Hawaii and this one was set on Oahu and published in 1980 I read almost all of it while at the salon waiting for my highlights to set It gets 3 stars for the nostalgia of reliving a little bit of my young adulthood and for the fun trip around the island 30 years ago to places I recognize today a treat Writing wise, it s a silly bit of fluff light on the passion, a sweet, innocent heroine and a brooding hero who hardly interact at all and then wham bam they are in love with a HEA Not her best work but, with over 90 novels and over 300 million copies in print all over the world, she was still a pop culture icon RIP Janet


  4. says:

    I have always loved Janet Dailey I started reading her books in grammar school I m going to Hawaii this year and thought this book would be a nice way to get into the Aloha spiritI was right While Janet Dailey may not be the best author in the world, she will always be a sentimental favorite of mine.


  5. says:

    Julie Lancaster thinks her new job is perfect She has a gracious employer, a charming teenager to teach, and life in the splendid beauty of Hawaii But when Ruel Chandler comes on the scene, things begin to change Her pupil s brother and head of the household, Ruel is aloof, indifferent, and bored with women Yet Ruel stirs the flame in her heart and she is drawn to him uncontrollably.Can Julie resist, or will she lose everything her new job, her new homeand even herself


  6. says:

    Julie is home schooling Emily who was badly injured in an accident Ruel is Emily s older brother Definitely written in the 70 s.


  7. says:

    very good


  8. says:

    In all fairness I did learn quite a bit about the island of Oahu, the sugar cane, the pineapple, the winds and terminology The story itself was just not interesting at all How a story set in Hawaii could be so lackluster is a mystery At 180 pages, it was perfect for helping me finish the states challenge at this late date, but nothing that I d recommend.there son my blog In all fairness I did learn quite a bit about the island of Oahu, the sugar cane, the pineapple, the winds and terminology The story itself was just not interesting at all How a story set in Hawaii could be so lackluster is a mystery At 180 pages, it was perfect for helping me finish the states challenge at this late date, but nothing that I d recommend.there son my blog


  9. says:

    This is one of Dailey s early romances, lighter and less sexually titillating than her later work For a younger reading it was exciting and fun But of course, that when I still believed in romance.


  10. says:

    Only enjoyed it because of the setting the story takes place, otherwise it was just ok.

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