Love Hawaii Time
A Mystical Love Story
She is a time drive business woman from New York. He, an artist, who listens to his spirit guides.
A driven New York artist’s rep has no time for love or even her own life. She is sent to Hawaii to convince a local painter to license his images for an international corporate campaign, and has three days to get him to sign the lucrative contract that would catapult her career.
But Kaikoa insists: “I am not for sale.” She’s derailed by his commitment to his artistic integrity, and his infuriating refusal to follow any schedule -- he wears no watch, has no cell phone -- he is devoted to living in “Hawaii Time.”
Nothing matters to him more than being fully engaged with the present moment. His soulful deep brown eyes see signs everywhere, in the pattern of the waves, the movement of birds, and he has no use for her New York logic or timeline.
Without guidance from the spirit world of his ancestors, he won’t make a move. Knowing that they live in two completely different relationships to time – and against all her better judgment, she senses she will never know love like this ever again.
Will she get on the plane and go back to her life in New York City – or follow her heart with abandon into his mysterious world.
What Readers Are Saying
“Great summer read you can't put down!”
“Love Hawaii Time was thoroughly enjoyable. Great 'beach' read with complex characters and romance that is great fun! A true guilty pleasure!”
“This Lady Knows Love”
“I’ve followed Genie Joseph's career for about 20 years. She used to be known as "Angelina" on the Love Life Radio Program. She has always had a special view of love, a special place inside her that understands and feels, and knows.”
“I urge you read this book as soon as you can. There's no sense in giving away any "spoilers" in my review, however, suffice to say this story will stay within you for a long time to come.”
Genie Joseph, MFA, is a screenwriter and filmmaker and her movies have won international awards. She teaches media and performing arts in Honolulu where she is host of the TV program “The Genie Show.” She is the creator of Act Resilient, which uses laughter, comedy, and working with animals to help service members and their families heal from the stress of military life. (www.Act-Resilient.org)