New love. New beginnings. They’re fragile things, so easy to run from.
Kayla’s never felt as sure about anything as she does about Jay. Leaving everything else behind to be with him feels right. But going back to reality is tougher than she thought it would be. And when everyone you’ve always known and trusted has doubts, it’s even harder to ignore your own.
But how do you convince those who know you best, that sometimes, finding your home isn’t about a place?
The third and final book in the Hawaiian Heartbreak trilogy, a fun and racy contemporary romance. This book is recommended for readers over the age of 18 due to explicit sexual content.
Finishing this trilogy makes me feel like a mother sending her child off to college – proud to send it out to the world, but a bit sad to say goodbye.
However, it’s that time! Hawaiian Homecoming is finally available on Amazon for pre-order, when you click right here. It officially drops on Monday the first of February.
There is a wee bit more to come as well. The paperback will be released on the same day, and on the second of February, I’ll put out the edition which combines all three books into one volume.
After that, I’ll have to find a new project to amuse myself! Although, I do already have some ideas about that…
EDIT: The combined trilogy is now also live for pre-order! If you get all three at once, you do get a deal, so check it out here.
3 thoughts on “Hawaiian Homecoming”
Girl you’ve done it! I will wait for the three in one version on kindle but wow, congratulations!
What plot bunnies do you have in mind? My brain it’s a mine field of them I’m afraid, so I don’t have anything finished… 😦
Thank you! It really feels amazing to hit the finish line. (P.S. the pre-order for all three has just gone live over here http://www.amazon.com/dp/B01B5FBFOI. I’m going to update this post to include it.)
So many plot bunnies, I’m sure you know the pain! I’ve had an idea in the back of my mind throughout this series that Tess, Kayla’s best friend, has a story to tell. So I’m going to take a week off, then decide if that’s my next book.
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