The Hawaiian word of the day is
Wahine male hou.
(wha-he-nay ma-lay ho)
It is bride.
(wahine is woman; male is young; hou is new)
Charlotte Wylde feels young again in Jane Ashford's new historical romance, ONCE AGAIN A BRIDE:
She Couldn't Be More Alone
Widowhood has freed Charlotte Wylde from a demoralizing and miserable marriage. But when her husband's intriguing nephew and heir arrives to take over the estate, Charlotte discovers she's unsafe in her own home...
Alec Wylde was shocked by his uncle's untimely death, and even more shocked to encounter his uncle's beautiful young widow. Now clouds of suspicion are gathering, and charges of murder hover over Charlotte's head.
He Could Be Her Only Hope...or Her Next Victim
I posted my four star review of ONCE AGAIN A BRIDE on Amazon (at this link) and Goodreads (at this link). I am giving away a print copy of ONCE AGAIN A BRIDE to one randomly selected commenter. To enter the giveaway,
1. Leave a comment about something frivolous you would like to do again ... I'd like climb Diamond Head again!
2. This giveaway is open to all readers.
3. Comments are open through Saturday, February 16, 10 pm in Hawaii. I'll post the winner on Sunday, February 17.
Kim in Hawaii
To learn more about Jane and her books, check out her website at janeashford.com.