Friday, March 20, 2015

Friday Free-For-All with Meg Amor

This week, our friend from the South Pacific, Meg Amor, came by for a bit of a whine and brought with her an excerpt of her latest release, Hawaiian Lei.   Today she has generously offered up a digital copy of Hawaiian Lei for our Friday giveaway.  To be entered in the random drawing, leave you name and email addy in a coment.  :)

Meg and the Stearman bi-plane





Hawaiian Lei

Two stunning Polynesian men, each experiencing existential crisis, meet and fall in love. They find healing against the beautiful backdrop of the mystical Hawaiian Islands.

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Beau Toyama, a 'mixed plate' Hawaiian/Japanese/Tahitian man is a flight instructor on the Big Island of Hawai’i. He’s a lovely, gentle, shy soul from a dysfunctional island family and was married for a long time. One day his wife Mikey said, “I love you, babe, but this isn’t working. I need a really good man…” she’d paused, “And so do you.”​

Matt Quintal, a New Zealand painter with a Norfolk Island and Maori background has been living the ‘gay scene’ in LA for a year and knows it’s a crock. Feeling the need to escape the scene, his Polynesian soul is drawn back to the Pacific. He visits his sister Rach in Kona on the Big Island of Hawaii, where his spirit is always more connected.

When Matt’s heart is drawn to the sound of the radial engines of a Stearman bi-plane overhead, his life is about to change. There’s an instant soul connection between Beau and Matt. Unbeknown to them, Beau’s mom Tehani, who has passed on, has guided Matt home to her son Beau.

They both bring things to the relationship which get triggered. Family dysfunction, abuse, redemption, healing, trust and love come to light, as Beau and Matt work together. They need to reveal their deep emotional vulnerabilities to heal. What they want is a loving relationship, allowing their hearts and souls to open and trust.

All my stories are ultimately about soul deep relationships, the intense love and connection we all crave with another human being. The core need to be accepted just as we are.

Visit Meg's Web Page and Blog.
 




16 comments:

  1. The synopsis sounds great! Hawaii is my favorite place to visit and I love the cover. Thanks for the chance to win a copy.

    jen.f {at} mac {dot} com

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  2. This sounds like one I'd enjoy!

    Trix, vitajex(at)Aol(Dot)com

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  3. I like the premise of the story and look forward to reading - and who doesn't like visiting Hawaii even in a book

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  4. Ooh, such pretties.... :)

    ashley.vanburen[at]gmail[dot]com

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  5. This is going to be a heart-melting one... :)

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    1. Oh,I forgot - milicawho0805@gmail.com ...

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  6. Beautiful cover. Thanks for the chance.

    agalegogen(at)gmail(dot)com

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  7. Hawaii is top of my bucket list! Love stories set there.
    skadlec1@yahoo.com

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  9. When I read about this earlier in the week, I was definitely intrigued. Thanks so much for the chance to win it.

    caroaz /at/ ymail /dot/ com

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  10. Loved the post yesterday! Thank you for the chance at the giveaway!

    Julie2016@gmail.com

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  11. Aloha everyone!!!

    Wow!! Thanks for the great comments and reading the post. I really appreciate it. I like anything set in Hawai'i too. It's home for my soul, so I'm glad to hear so many other people love it as well. :)

    Thanks on the cover! I was blown away when I got it. Just beautiful.

    Good luck with the draw everyone.

    Mahalo and aloha Meg :-)

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  12. Love the picture with the plane! And the book sounds good, of course. :) I love that the characters are of different ethnic backgrounds and that the setting is atypical.

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    1. Oh, and email addy is Waxapplelover (at) gmail (dot) com

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  13. I love the cover on this one. Hawaii is an amazing place and I love going there. This book sounds fabulous. Thank you for the chance.
    jczlapin(at)gmail(dot)com

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  14. Aloha! Thanks Waxapplelover and Jen CW :-) Thanks on the piccie of the plane Waxapplelover :-) She was fun to fly in. And thanks for the feedback on the ethnic backgrounds and setting. That's terrific.

    Thanks Jen, so glad you love Hawai'i. :-) It's gorgeous, isn't it :-) Thanks on the cover and book. That's wonderful.

    Good luck with the draw.

    Mahalo and aloha Meg :-)

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