Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Aloha Also Means Goodbye Book Review

I have a really good romance/love story book to share with you called Aloha Also Means Goodbye written by Jessica Rosenberg.
Jo and Jordan tied the knot five years ago in a mud hut in the middle of Zambia far from all their friends and family. Now they’re in Hawaii for a big wedding vow renewal ceremony elaborately planned by Jo’s mother. There’s just one small issue, something’s wrong with the wedding license issued in Africa and only Jo knows that she wasn’t legally married in Zambia.  
Enter her old flame, the man she was running from when she met Jordan. He’s on the island and with his two kids, both of whom are named after her. Coming face to face with her past, just as she’s trying to brave her future, forces Jo to make some big decisions. It might even force her to grow up. Luckily she doesn’t have to do any of it on her own; her two best friends are there to hold her hand and help her down the right path. But what path will she choose?  
Despite all the upheaval and complications, Jo will eventually walk down the aisle to say “I do” to the man who completes her. But will the wedding be the one Jo’s mother planned? Or will it be something much, much better?  
This is one crazy and wild romance ride for 4 different women who are all either friends or family. It may have started with Jo but it goes on to include 3 other women and the men that they fall in love with.
Read about all 4 of their journeys to find love and happiness. Yes, Jo has a few bumpy patches but we all know that is normal. It's these fairy tale movies that make everyone think that something is wrong with them, but I believe if you have a solid foundation, these little rough patches will eventually iron out, because in the end, you need a little upset now and then to stand back and smell the flowers and realize just how lucky you really are.
And definitely don't make any life changing decisions during that rough patch. It can wait until things have cleared and you are thinking clearly. Then if things still don't seem right, that is when you decide what to do and because of that, you will know for sure that you made the right decision instead of later wondering what if?
If you are a romance/love story kind of person, then this book will satisfy all of your book dreams!
Happy Reading!
About the Author: 
I was an avid reader long before I became a writer and I was a blogger long before I became a novelist. But today writing fiction is my greatest joy. I write memoir style blog posts on a very regular basis, but those always seem to feel like work. Making up stories just feels like fun.

Aloha Also Means Goodbye was almost entirely written at a cramped table at my favorite Starbucks. These days I tend to write in my cozy little home office. The people watching isn't as good, but the cat doesn't seem to mind as much when I read paragraphs out loud.

As you travel to Hawaii with Jo, Sadie, and the rest of the Aloha crew, I'll be sitting here working on my next novel. This one isn't set on a tropical island, but it does involve a fair bit of travel!

You can learn much more about me on my blog:

I thought you guys might like to read a good romance story so I will be giving my print copy of this book to one reader. Open in the U. S. only. Good Luck Everyone!


Anita Yancey said...

I do enjoy reading romance books. I haven't been to Hawaii yet, but my husband has. Thanks for having the giveaway.


Misha Estrada said...

I like romances. I haven't been to Hawaii before. Maybe someday.

Gala said...

I like romances and I haven't been to Hawaii yet, hope one day

jenn huey said...

I enjoy historical romance and I have never been to Hawaii