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Aloha Means Goodbye [Read] ➫ Aloha Means Goodbye By Naomi A. Hintze – Thomashillier.co.uk This book takes place in a hospital in California A young single woman has become ill She stays in the hospital for a long period of time to find out nothing is wrong Her hobby is signing up for free This book takes place in a hospital in California A young single woman has become ill She stays in the hospital for a long period of time to Aloha Means PDF \ find out nothing is wrong Her hobby is signing up for free trips,winning anything she can She wins a free trip to Hawaii to find her self chaperoned by a nasty woman The woman takes her to a home after telling her the hotel was booked up She finds out she is the heart donor for a young man who was in the hospital at the same time she was.


10 thoughts on “Aloha Means Goodbye

  1. Deb Deb says:

    I like to buy vintage fiction books set in Hawaii to have on a shelf in my guest room and picked this one up at a used bookstore and decided to give it a read I remembered reading the author s You ll Like My Mother in Jr High A fun read young woman in peril, mystery thriller kind of thing Dated of course since it was written in 72 Loved the fact that the 25 year old heroine is an old maid lol The descriptions of Oahu and Maui are fun.


  2. Martha Grace Martha Grace says:

    A book I stumbled upon, a mystery story of a naive young woman from Illinois longing for some romance and excitement in her life and winning a trip to Hawaii seemed just what she needed As the trip unfolds, things seem a bit off and I found the twists interesting and surprising Not outstanding but a solid read.


  3. Jane Irish Nelson Jane Irish Nelson says:

    Another re read I think I first read this as a teenager, when my family visited Hawaii It made an impression on me that I have never been able to forget Sara, at twenty five, is beginning to think life is passing her by, the promise of something exciting just around the next corner has dimmed Especially when she spends several weeks in the hospital undergoing tests to try to discover just what had laid her low recently Eventually she receives a clean bill of health, and returns home But he Another re read I think I first read this as a teenager, when my family visited Hawaii It made an impression on me that I have never been able to forget Sara, at twenty five, is beginning to think life is passing her by, the promise of something exciting just around the next corner has dimmed Especially when she spends several weeks in the hospital undergoing tests to try to discover just what had laid her low recently Eventually she receives a clean bill of health, and returns home But her old life, working at a preschool, volunteering at the old folks home, and living with her parents has lost its luster She has even given up on her hobby of entering contest after all, she never wins Except then she does An all expense paid trip to Hawaii At first, everything seems fine But then, Sara becomes suspicious, and the story veers into Gothic territory Is Sara in some kind of danger But why Recommended


  4. Katie Katie says:

    I read this after The Once and Future King so it was destined to suffer, but it was an entertaining, quick little read It s a slight, soapy, never quite scary or suspenseful mystery novel the solution to which mystery one figures out far sooner than the completely bland protagonist There s an attempt to give Sara Moore our hapless heroine a dark side, but it mostly consists in her flirting with a married man Oohracy I won t get into what it s about, but it may interest you to know I read this after The Once and Future King so it was destined to suffer, but it was an entertaining, quick little read It s a slight, soapy, never quite scary or suspenseful mystery novel the solution to which mystery one figures out far sooner than the completely bland protagonist There s an attempt to give Sara Moore our hapless heroine a dark side, but it mostly consists in her flirting with a married man Oohracy I won t get into what it s about, but it may interest you to know that it was made into a made for tv movie with Sally Struthers in 1974 Yeah, before she porked up, shilled for Save the Children, morphed into the incredibly annoying Babette on Gil Girls and finally achieved pop culture immortality via South Park MUST NETFLIX THIS MOVIE.Only thing truly noteworthy about the book was the fact that it focused positively on Hawaii in a non touristy way according to the author blurb on the jacket, Hinze and her family spend part of each year on Hawaii Sadly, this silly excuse for a mystery novel was the result, but at least it was a quick read and not nearly as painfully dumb as Twilight, thus the second star It also helped that I didn t pay a dime for it, being as it was a withdrawn library copy, while I actually paid money for Meyer s magnum shittus.Also personally interesting for me was that the blond, Midwestern, and frankly vapid Sara Moore catches the eye of David Choy, a Chinese Hawaiian doctor who becomes Sara s love interest He s a doctor, handsomewhy isn t he married already And why does he set his sights on this goofy haole white girl who hasn t even finished her college education Oh, wait, here s her description she had mouse blond hair, a few freckles, and sky blue eyes Her face with its delicate prettiness had a still look much of the time that imitated serenity and denied fantasies and hopes She was five feet four inches, wiht a figure that was, in spite of its economical dimensions, noticeably better than average Aside from the asinine description, it would appear Sara s main virtue is being a skinny girl with big tits Geez Anyway, the fascinating guy ends up with totally boring chickperhaps it hasin common with Twilight than I thought Anyway, if the book had been about David Choy, maybe I d have given it another star or two


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