Burning up the Rain (Hawaiian Heroes, Book 4) by Cathryn Cade

By Cathryn Cade

Her powers may perhaps retailer her island...or deliver their love crashing down. Hawaiian Heroes, booklet four regardless of her winning occupation, Lalei Kai-Ho'omalu has constantly thought of herself mere ornament in a dynamic Hawaiian kinfolk, without any in their robust presents. Destined for all times within the history as a dead, upper-crust spouse. desirous to get away her mother's newest matchmaking try out, Lalei acts on her scorching charm to a visitor at her cousin's island marriage ceremony, making him a daring provide he can't refuse. A no-strings, no-holds-barred affair on Nawea Bay with the attractive Hawaiian attractiveness is simply the holiday California Realtor Jack Nord wishes from his fast paced career-and an internal darkness he'd prefer to fail to remember. only for your time. Their very public liaison is the stunning assertion of independence Lalei intended-with accidental results. Stirred to anger by way of builders set on carving her family's unspoiled ancestral lands right into a hotel, Lalei discovers she has the supernatural energy to forestall them. but if Jack learns his lover can carry down the rain and throw bolts of lightning, whose aspect will he take? The money-making desktop? Or the girl born to guard her island domestic? caution: A wahine whose genuine property should be too sizzling to address, and a Realtor who's made up our minds to seal the deal

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First, put together an exceptional catalog that would blow Ronnie away when she returned. And, second, increase the patronage—and the receipts—at the store. The catalog was the easy part. The store did two catalogs a year, usually putting out a catalog focusing on erotica in the summer. Last summer, though, had been unusual, and the catalog had come out a few months late. Surprisingly, the issue had the best response ever, so Ronnie had decided to permanently bump the mailing date from August to early October.

True, Bryce wasn’t used to being turned down by women, but the hole left by her rejection was more than just a bruise to his ego. ” he asked. “Just breakfast. ” Once again, she tilted her head to the side. “No. I don’t think so,” she said, and Bryce wasn’t sure if she was declining the date, or commenting that breakfast with him would be anything but innocent. If she meant the latter, he had to applaud the woman’s intuition. Because right then, Bryce’s thoughts were a long way from innocent. A long, long way.

She’d always been a sucker for a man with a nice ass, and Bryce’s rear end was pretty near perfect. Joan’s only saving grace was that she’d caught herself and had shut down her potential flirting frenzy before she’d really gotten going. Now she was all business, utterly professional. Just the way she intended to stay from now into the foreseeable future. Dull, maybe. But infinitely more practical. She wiped her damp palms on her skirt. “How can I help you, Mr. ” “Well, if breakfast is out of the question, I suppose I’ll have to jump straight to the point.

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