Aloha With Love

Aloha With Love

By Lindy Miller with Terence Brody


“[A] charming romance. Miller and Brody do a masterful job of pacing and plotting, while creating a hero and heroine readers will easily relate to. This sweet, G-rated contemporary should draw in Hallmark Channel devotees in droves.” ~Publishers Weekly

Two hearts. One broken home.
And the house that will bring them together.

Soon to be a Motion Picture Starring Trevor Donovan and Tiffany Smith
Produced by Fade to Black Films, Branscombe Richmond, and Brian Bird of When Calls the Heart (Hallmark)
From the screenwriter of Rescuing Madison
(Ethan Peck, C. Thomas Howell, Alona Tal) and
Hallmark's A Lesson in Romance
(Kristy Swanson, Scott Grimes, directed by Ron Oliver)

After a tough week that includes losing a big job opportunity and being dumped by her long-term boyfriend, Jenna Burke receives word that her beloved Aunt May passed away.

Traveling back to her Hawaiian hometown for the reading of the will, Jenna discovers she and her sister have inherited May’s dilapidated Victorian home on desirable beachfront land. The sisters can do whatever they want with the property, but there’s one catch: the house must be renovated before it can be sold, and Jenna has to oversee the work. Their Aunt even stipulated the contractor for the job—Ben Fletcher—who has a gift for making things beautiful again. He also has another skill: driving Jenna crazy.

Jenna vows to sell the property the moment the job is done. But as Aunt May’s broken old house starts to feel like home again, Jenna is torn between the life she’s been chasing in the city, and the one she'd left behind.


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“This clean romance is nicely portrayed and filled with philosophical and cultural connections and reflections that add an extra dimension of attraction to the overall story. Aloha With Love is as much about chasing dreams and finding a place to call home as it is about matters of the heart. Romance readers interested in uplifting stories of change and discovery will find a heartfelt, free-spirited tale.” ~Midwest Book Review