Hawaiian Crosswinds Review

Book Review: 

The Hawaiian people in 1892 were split on what was best for Hawaii. Most of the plantation owners were for Annexation to the United States, but others were against it. And as often happens during a conflict, families and friends are divided.Now Rafe and his fiance Eden must try to reconcile their differences concerning Annexation.
But Rafe has other things to worry about at the same time. For one thing, he is trying to protect his mother and her adopted son from his stepfather who is suspected of murdering Rafe's father. The man is now on the run, and Rafe must track him down before anyone else gets hurt.

This was a good book from start to finish. I would recommend it to friends. I truly couldn't put this book down, it caught my attention right off. It was thought provoking and very well written, filled with romance and excitement.
It was an amazing story.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from Moody Press in exchange for my honest review.