Sunday, March 22, 2015

Winner!!! Free-For-All Friday with Meg Amor

It's been a South Pacific kind of week, especially for those of us who are looking so forward to spring.  (It's only arrived via calendar at this point here.)  Meg Amor came by and brought with her a digital copy of her latest release, Hawaiian Lei, for our Friday giveaway.  The random drawing has been done and the lucky winner is...


Jen March!!  Congratulations!!  Meg will soon be in touch about your prize.  :)

Thanks again, Meg for coming to visit, it's always a pleasure.



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.


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2 comments:

  1. Aloha everyone! Thanks so much for reading and commenting. It was lovely to read.:-)

    Congratulations to Jen on winning the book. And thanks to Coffee and Porn for having me on here. :-)

    Aloha and Mahalo Meg ;-)

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