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Her Hawaiian Homecoming (Harlequin Large Print Super Romance) by [Lockwood, Cara]
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About the Author

Cara Lockwood is the USA Today bestselling author of ten novels, including I Do (But I Don't), which was made into a Lifetime Original Movie and Dixieland Sushi, which was loosely based on her experience growing up half-Japanese in a multi-racial family in Texas. She's also the author of the Bard Academy series for young adults. Her work has been translated into several languages.She's currently divorced and lives with her two daughters near Chicago, where she is hard at work on her next novel.

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  • File Size: 845 KB
  • Print Length: 381 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0373609116
  • Publisher: Harlequin Superromance; Large Print edition (May 1, 2015)
  • Publication Date: May 1, 2015
  • Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #883,617 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By S. Frank on May 3, 2015
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Allie has come to Hawaii for the first time since she left at the age of eight. Her father had died in an accident for which she blamed herself. Now her grandmother has passed and Allie has returned to deal with the coffee plantation she has inherited. Her plan is to sell it, take the money and travel until she's ready to go on with her life. The timing has worked in her favor as she just ended her engagement when she discovered that her fiance was cheating on her.

The problem with selling right away is that there is a co-inheritor, plantation foreman Dallas McCormick, and he isn't interested in selling. The property can only be sold if both agree, and that agreement must be verified by her grandmother's friend Kaimana.

Sparks fly between Allie and Dallas from the moment they met. Allie is attracted to Dallas, but has sworn off men because of her cheating ex. Dallas is a good looking man and has the reputation of being a player. It is also said that he cheated on his former girlfriend and then walked away from her and her daughter. This hits too close to Allie's issues and she swears to stay away from him. Dallas is also attracted to Allie, but has issues of his own. His former girlfriend had used him, cheated on him, then cleaned out his bank account. She then proceeded to spread false rumors about him around the island. Dallas sees Allie's plans as just one more greedy woman out for what she can get. Dallas wants to make a success of the plantation, starting with winning a coffee competition. If each of them is going to get what they want, they are going to have to find a way to work together.

The initial encounters between Allie and Dallas are pretty bad. Both of them make snap judgments about the other and are reluctant to back down from them.
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For Allie Osaka, dealing with her tragic past means running from it. Inheriting her family's Kona coffee plantation on the Big Island of Hawaii is the last thing she expects when all she wants to do is keep running. Selling the inheritance and moving on sounds good, but her grandmother's will comes with a mighty catch—namely irresistible foreman Dallas McCormick, who owns half the plantation. Flaring tempers and hotter-than-lava attraction can only lead to trouble. But when a tsunami threatens Allie's future and the promise Dallas made to her grandmother, they both might have to open their eyes to the truth…and to love.

I truly loved this story! I love how the relationship grew between the two even though they both had bad tempers, I loved the action in it and loved how it turn out. A very good book and a new Author for me I'm looking forward to many more. I highly recommend reading this.
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Allie Osaka comes home to the Kona coffee plantation her grandmother has willed to her. She's off all men after what she discovered about the man she was about to marry, and she's not interested in running a coffee plantation. Solution? She'll sell it and move on, not sure where she'll go, but that's a decision for another day.

Only one problem stands in her way: she only owns half of the plantation. The other half has been willed to the man running it: Dallas McCormick. His rep as a player puts Allie off. Is he another Jason? Rumor confirms that notion and the Hawaiian neighbor has to approve the sale, which she won't do. Now what's Allie to do? Especially when nearly every time they meet, she and Dallas disagree vehemently. Maybe it's true that hate and love are really simply reflections of the same emotion: attraction. A tsunami begins to clarify their feelings and their perceptions of each other, even as they agree to work together at least through the upcoming coffee harvest and contest. The big question remains: will Allie leave if their coffee wins the prize as best of the season?
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