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Review - Aloha (in support of Maui) by various

This collection of romance stories, of varying length, has been put together for a great cause. Various authors (listed in the blurb) have come together to raise money for the victims of the Maui fires.

This isn't the only reason you should buy this book though. It's also a terrific collection of first class romances. In all anthologies, the quality varies, but a strong beginning boded well and the stories, on the whole have been fantastic, with a diverse range of characters; white and POC, straight and gay. There is something for almost everyone.

Definitely great value for money, well edited and proof-read, and a great collection for every romance lover. I'm not affiliated with this book in any way. I just wanted to share it and say how much I'm still loving it!


ALOHA is a charity romance collection of swoon-worthy, never-before-seen short stories from over FIFTY of your favorite bestselling authors, all with a twist of Hawaii. All royalties from the collection will be donated to Maui Food Banks and the Maui Fire Relief Fund to help support the survivors of the devastating fires. ALOHA will only be available for a limited time, so one-click your copy before it's gone.

AUTHORS INCLUDE: K.A. Linde, Adriana Locke, Alessandra Torre, Rachel Van Dyken, Willow Winters, Brittainy Cherry, Aleatha Romig, Heidi McLaughlin, Crystal Perkins, Helena Hunting, Jessica Ashley, L.B. Dunbar, Ren Alexander, Skye Warren, Tara Brown, Tia Louise, Diana Peterfreund, Jamie K. Schmidt, Alexandria Bishop, Maria Luis, Kasey Metzger, Julia Kent, Karina Halle, Trilina Pucci, Carly Phillips, Aarti V Raman, Jill Ramsower, Amber Kelly, Eric R. Asher, Julie Leto, Lucy Eden, Kimberly Reese, Kayti McGee, Lauren Rowe, Pepper Winters, M. Robinson, J.L. Baldwin, Brittany Holland, Angelina M. Lopez, Jiffy Kate, Lex Martin, MJ Fields, Emma Louise, Catalina Snow, Dee Lagasse, Cary Hart, Aly Martinez, Liv Morris, Jay McLean, Jana Aston, Emma Scott

All royalties from this project will be donated to organizations working in Maui to bring relief to the victims of the Maui fires. We aren't affiliated or endorsed by these charities. We are authors who are helping the best way that we can.

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