Book Reviews of Glass Beach

Glass Beach
Glass Beach
Author: Jill Marie Landis
ISBN-13: 9780515122855
ISBN-10: 0515122858
Publication Date: 6/1/1998
Pages: 355
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 26 ratings
Publisher: Jove Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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On a lush Hawaian estate a widow, raising her daughter, is surprised by her dead husbands son... and then finds out he will run her estate...
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Elizabeth Bennett had, at last, found paradise. Her loveless marriage had come to an end with the death of hre cruel husband-and now she was left blissfully alone to raise her young daughter on their lush Hawaiian estate. But then everything changed. A dark, handsome stranger appeared on her doorstep. His name was Spence Laamea. He was her husband's illegitimate son, and-according to her spiteful husband's will-he would run the estate until Elizabeth's daughter came of age. Elizabeth was enraged. Here was a man she knew nothing about. A man who held sway over her and her fate. A man who made her heartbead with a passion she had never felt before...

But, like the shifting tides of Hawaii nei, they found themselves changing, drawn together by a love and desire even stronger than the pull of the island moon.
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From the back cover...

Elizabeth Bennett had, at last, found paradise. Her loveless marriage had come to an end with the death of her cruel husband-and now she was left blissfully alone to raise her young daughter on their lush Hawaiian estate. But then everything changed. A dark, handsome stranger appeared on her doorstep. His name was Spence Laamea. He was her husband's illegitimate so, and-according to her spiteful husbands will-he would run the estate until Elizabeth's daughter comes of age. Elizabeth was enraged. Here was a man she knew nothing about. A man who held sway over her and her fate. A man who made her heart beat with a passion she had never felt before...

But, like the shifting tides of Hawaii nei, they found themselves changing, drawn together by a love and desire even stronger than the pull of the island moon...
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GREAT BOOK
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good book
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A great read.