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Beau Toyama biplane pilot and flight instructor on the Big Island of Hawai’i has only been out for a year His last relationship with a man was a disaster When he meets Matt uintal who’s visiting his sister he’s stunned by the instant attraction to him But Beau’s afraid to ask for what he needs in a relationship; his anger frightens him The “mixed plate” HawaiianJapaneseTahitian man works on being Zen calm but Matt brings all his emotions to the surface It uncovers a devastating secret from his childhood. I received a free copy of this book to read and rev The Art of the Hustle relationship with a man was a disaster When he meets Matt uintal who’s visiting his sister he’s stunned by the instant attraction to him But Beau’s afraid to ask for what he needs in a Adolfo Kaminsky relationship; his anger frightens him The “mixed plate” HawaiianJapaneseTahitian man works on being Zen calm but Matt brings all his emotions to the surface It uncovers a devastating secret from his childhood. I Aik Thi Sara / ایک تھی سارہ received a free copy of this book to 23 Weihnachts-Tiergeschichten read and Messy Jessy rev

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New Zealander they’re encouraged to be tough rugged and durable He is but he's emotionally a wreck afraid to show his emotions so he’s surprised when Beau encourages him to be all of himself Has he finally found the freedom to be the man he wants to be The heat between the two men is like watching Pele let her hair down releasing her hot molten lava Will the gorgeous Hawaiian with his long silky black hair and soulful brown eyes finally convince the gypsy nature in Matt to put down roots in another island cultur. Oh my god I don't know where to start I might just Let God Guide You Daily rugged and durable He is but he's emotionally a wreck afraid to show his emotions so he’s surprised when Beau encourages him to be all of himself Has he finally found the freedom to be the man he wants to be The heat between the two men is like watching Pele let her hair down The Art of the Hustle releasing her hot molten lava Will the gorgeous Hawaiian with his long silky black hair and soulful brown eyes finally convince the gypsy nature in Matt to put down Adolfo Kaminsky roots in another island cultur. Oh my god I don't know where to start I might just

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And deep shame that needs healingMatt uintal New Zealand painter has been living the wild gay life in LA After one night of soulless mechanical sex where his body is engaged but his emotions aren’t he knows he needs a change His sister wants him to come to Hawai’i for a visit; another big rock in the middle of the Pacific doesn’t seem like a solution but he has to do something When he flies with Beau in his biplane he feels a strong pull toward both man and plane that he can neither explain nor denyMatt’s a. Sometimes writing a book review is harder than I ca A Trip To The Hospital rock in the middle of the Pacific doesn’t seem like a solution but he has to do something When he flies with Beau in his biplane he feels a strong pull toward both man and plane that he can neither explain nor denyMatt’s a. Sometimes writing a book Skin Privilege (Grant County, review is harder than I ca


10 thoughts on “Hawaiian Lei

  1. says:

    A Joyfully Jay review 45 starsDid I say this book was different? This is not a story of two wounded twenty year old white kids struggling to engage the world and achieve their HEA Not that there’s anything wrong with that dynamic but let’s face it we have lots of those and it does wear a bit thin after a while at least for meHere the two MCs are Polynesian one approaching his first Saturn return just before thirty and the other almost forty The story itself is “Mix Plate” Polynesian and draws on the land the history and the cultural values of New Zealand Hawaii and Tahiti in particular That creates a clear difference in communication style the pace of the story plus a distinct generous openness and of course deep mystical connection with the seaSecond in order to sink into the story the reader has to let go of the western European model of logic and causality The story is mystical and the mysticism is not a big deal in itself just a fact of life—like being a lawyer or having to earn a livingRead Lloyd’s review in its entirety here


  2. says:

    5 Heart Review by KimberleyI can’t come up with enough words to describe how much I enjoyed this book Meg Amour did a fantastic job of bringing these wonderful characters in addition to the beauty of the Hawaiian islands and its people to life I loved her writing style and Matt and Rach’s dialect had that perfect ‘touch of the Kiwi’ that further endeared me to them The multicultural aspect of the book was another thing that drew me in I’ve often said that this genre needs ethnic diversity and this author did a really good job of producing characters with a beautiful ethnic background Amour serves us the rich cultural history of New Zealand’s Maori Hawaii’s Polynesian and other natives of that beautiful island and described the scenery of said islands in such rich detail you can practically feel the sand between your toes the sun on your face and smell the gorgeous Hawaiian sea I also loved the relationship between Matt and his sister Their banter reminded me a lot of me and my brotherThe cover is eye catching the color scheme is very pretty and the model with the tribal necklace tattoo is stunning Amour provided you with plenty of descriptions about the land its people and its history but did not drag the book down with wordy descriptions The author managed to strike the perfect balance that made this book that much of a pleasure to readThe sex was tastefully done it was passionate but it in no way deviated from or overpowered the romantic aspect; uite the opposite actually; it enhanced it Both of these men have demons and such from their pasts that they’re struggling to overcome and the author told their story beautifully I also found it refreshing how she didn’t vilify Beau’s ex wife and make her into this bitter woman when she realized her husband was gay They’ve remained friends and she supports and guides himI also loved the spiritual aspect of this book how the spirits guide these men to each other Their personalities matched perfectly together Matt’s this restless and free spirit while Beau is shy and so very sweet I just want to hug him The connection these men feel towards each other upon meeting was great to read The author was spot on in conveying the emotions of both men to her readers This is the first book I’ve read that was written by this author but believe me when I tell you that it will not be my last This book was such a pleasure to read and definitely worth picking upA copy of this book was provided in exchange for an honest review Please visit wwwlovebytesreviewscom to see this and many reviews author interviews guestposts and giveaways


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    I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked ReadsI really really enjoyed this story of two men who come to terms with their pasts and accept their futures It is sweet hot sexy and full of Hawaiian and Maori links and legends The characters were all appealing there was little angst just a story that needed telling Rach played an important side role and helped set the scene early on in particular Mikey too played a pivotal part in telling the story I recommend it to you


  4. says:

    This story has some wonderful twist with spirits that will draw you in to the story from the beginning Matt see things little different and when he need to reconnect with the land maybe with meeting Beau he will fall out of his funk When you have some much broken trust in one you love it sometimes is hard to have that fall for the one Slowly we see Beau and Matt start their journey together and healing one another Recommend this book and cant wait to read the next one


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    Received book for an honest review Original Review on uintal is a painter from New Zeeland a mystic by nature and in search of something he had forgot he needed He realizes that he had lost his way and the world is breaking his spirit after one too many meaningless one night stands in LA Luckily his sister calls and he runs to Hawaii the break he neededHis attraction to pilot Beau Toyama is instant and we find out later on most likely foretold by Beau's deceased mother Now you would think that this makes the book a paranormal romance Wrong Yes it has some mystic well paranormal elements but they're blended in the story a normal occurrence nothing out of the ordinary You get the same feeling like when you're having a deja vu or some weird coincidences happened only it's much than that happening around these two characters The focus is not on that but on their soul' journey to love and a life together As I said beautifulThe story is not out of the ordinary They meet they like and fall in love Sure they have past hurts to surpass Beau had a rough childhood and still mourns his mother Matt ran away from commitment almost all his life and has his own issues with his father There is some past abuse going on broken families and broken trust All those good conflicts that make a good story What makes this story exceptional is that it's not focused on the past hurts or present conflicts it focuses on the main characters' road to healing and new beginnings The author's perspective is uniue the nostalgic island air and the colorful cultures portrayed leave you breathless and checking flights on the internet I know I did I wanted to go to that magical island portrayed right away to recapture my lost days in the sunSure some phrases seemed a bit formal or clinic some I didn't understood at all lol That was than okay the book didn't let me forget that it was different and took my attention from the written form of the words to their meaning and what they expressed There is magic in this book not the kind you see in paranormal books but everyday magic that we don't notice until it is pointed to us Nature's magic and soul magic As natural as breathing and so we forget it exists Reading about it is an wonderful experienceAnd if I didn't gush enough until now I'll say it clear I highly recommend this book and urge you to keep an open mind and feel what it tries to say If you do that I'm sure you'll have the wonderful experience I had and maybe it will even nudge you to reevaluate what's really important in life and gain a bit of perspective in your own journey through this worldI don't know how many dragons I should give Lol 45? 5? I think I'm hesitating out of personal reasons I'm still looking for plane tickets and I see not a chance of running away to Hawaii in the near future That makes me grumpy


  6. says:

    Sometimes writing a book review is harder than I care to admit Usually that is the case for stories I didn’t like that are full with mistakes editorial or otherwise or that just ‘didn’t do it’ for me In those cases I want to be honest about my feelings but I still want to honour the fact that someone made the effort to put pen to paper to write down the musings in their head Where it is difficult to write it is even difficult to get your story published and out to the public The fact that someone has done all that deserves recognition and admiration even if I do not care for the end result Besides the fact that I didn’t like a story doesn’t mean that you won’t; you might absolutely love it and call me crazy for not ‘getting it’However sometimes it is hard to write a review for the exact opposite reasons Hawaiian Lei is such a book for me Written by Meg Amor the story is set on the main island of Hawaii and the setting itself is already breathtakingly beautiful As if that isn’t enough Matt and Beau –the main characters– feel so much alive and so real that I swear I could walk ‘round the corner and bump into them The rest of the cast is no alive The storyline pulled me in from page one and I had to keep reading; putting the book away for such mundane things as sleep and food was unthinkableMatt and Beau meet when Matt moves in with his sister after his live especially the gay scene in LA becomes too much to bear Both carry childhood scars even now holding them back But if love is to exist between them those scars have to be faced And they have to be dealt with They decide to see if LomiLomi can help them deal with past hurts and old convictionsAlthough the book is filled with greatly moving scenes there are two that stand out for me The LomiLomi scene is one of those the scene where Beau has a nightmare is the other one; he winds up in a highly spiritual place on the island where Matt finds him cowering before his memories It might not sound like a lot for this story it was incredibly vivid and passionateDon’t confuse the passion of that scene with the raw heat and passion of the love scenes Ms Amor commands such elouence that the steam practically rises of the pages Ooh la laHawaiian Lei was powerful cleansing and healing My advice is to have some tissues to hand; tears will flow in happiness and in sadnessI happen to know that book two in the Hawaiian series Hawaiian Orchid has already been written Call me jealous but I wish I was Ms Amor’s editor they get to read her next book first


  7. says:

    Oh my god I don't know where to start I might just have to start with the emotional stuff with this book how it made me feel I've said so before but I'll say it again when I walk away from reading a book to me a great book is one that makes me feel The feelings can be very different and even utter outrage and vile loathing but I feel something towards someone or something I'll uote Renee Zellweger in Jerry McGuire You had me at hello and that is what Meg Amor had me with Matt She made sure he had me at Hello too Matt is this such a well thought out and planned character he comes alive and grabs you from just reading a few pages He is the man next door not perfect nor a jack ass nor all knowing nor stupid he just is Matt He got issues that are real issues that you can empathize with and relate too he is passionate fun and flirty but ify towards strangers He is an artist out to the tip of his fingers and very spiritual In this book you get to follow his uest in love in finding himself in how trusting someone when faith has long time ago been lost How meeting your other half doesn't have to happen when you like it too or how you like it too but you just sort of have to go with the flow and spite being scared you jump all in Beau oh my can someone send me my own Beau shy but not awkwardly so sweet but not sugar sweet so you wonder what the hell but just enough to know he is a man with a heart meant for something great the great being able to love wholeheartedly Beau is the opposite of Matt who comes off as confident but not cocky Beau is uiet and a observer He carries a dark secret that no one knows about not even his ex wife who he was married to for over 10 years before he admitted to himself that he was gay Beau loves fast and he loves hard and he does so forever And since he just like Matt has trust issues both of them have the obstacle of not daring to trust each other to over come It takes trial and error a few times for them to get anywhere with that What I love most about this book is the flow of the language the way it grabs you even though it's not an action specked book it constantly keep you on your toes wondering what will happen next I love how Matt and Beau fit like two pieced of the same puzzle They are each other's missing piece I loved this story so much I know it will be one of those books I go back to again to reread over and over again Well done Meg Amor Be proud be very proud


  8. says:

    There are so many things I loved about this story that I don't know where to startMaybe I can begin by telling you what is this all about? Take Beau a “mixed plate” HawaiianJapaneseTahitian man who has lost his mother doesn't go well with his dad and has a deep dark secret buried insideAnd Mattie who comes from New Zealand with mixed culture both from Maori and Norfolk Islands He lives in the US but senses that something is missing in his life He decides to come and see his sister in HawaiiWhen they meet it's like they were bound to fall in love They will have to fight to gain each other's heart though but God was it worth the fightI think what I loved the most in this book was the spiritual level I was not familiar with the Hawaiian culture but now I want only one thing fly over there They look so close to Nature The passage with the healing process was one of my favorites And you learn a lot about the meaning of the traditional tattoos the history of the islands the differences in the vocabulary between Maori Tahitian and HawaiianOf course it's a love story and it has a HEA But there are a lot of plot twists; it made this book never boring because it kept surprise me I loved their struggle their laughs their family wellnot each member of the familyyou'll see their friends the landscapes than they're both artists in their own wayI told you there are so many things I loved in it 3 Thank you Meg for you made me discover your beloved islands and want to come over there 3I hope you'll enjoy it as much as I did


  9. says:

    Wounderful sweet story that cheered me up and glad I took the time to read this I like the common themes intertwined in the story certain spiritual symbols is important t o him and connection to his mother in various waysAlso I like the painter and pilot not sure which is it is Beau or Matt? The healing aspect of themselves one chracter has gone through a forgetten childhood trauma theme is intersting scared at first and uncovers to find out the details of the truma made me cry Mikey his sister would give advice go slow on this and the brief description of signs and planets of one person characteristics I'm interested in different topics in spirituality etcRecommend for those who like Hawaiian gay themes sprituality or just want read a story


  10. says:

    This is one of those personality pairings I'm enjoying so much that I don't even want to finish the book before leaving a review Beau's uiet calm and centredness versus Matt's slightly obstreperous malaise and yet they can't keep their eyes or thoughts from one another The heat between them racks up with each chapter as they find each other's highlights blind spots and achilles heelsThe relationship alone is red hot let alone the hot scenes And it's all set in a beautifully described setting which is just real and luxurious it enhances and lifts but never gets in the wayI'm barely on chapter 10 and I'm urging others to read