An Unruly Pawn (A Skeptic's Luck Book 2)

An Unruly Pawn A Skeptic s Luck Book One misstep along the muddy trail could be deadly Maxine is in Hawai i to pursue plant conservation and medicinal plants She yearns for a true friend But paradise is a close community tense steep an

  • Title: An Unruly Pawn (A Skeptic's Luck Book 2)
  • Author: A.D. Morel
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 369
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • One misstep along the muddy trail could be deadly Maxine is in Hawai i to pursue plant conservation and medicinal plants She yearns for a true friend But paradise is a close community, tense, steep and complicated, and feral pigs threaten Now that the hotel developer has built the golf course too close to an ancient sacred site, the Ghost of the Heiau terrifies the touOne misstep along the muddy trail could be deadly Maxine is in Hawai i to pursue plant conservation and medicinal plants She yearns for a true friend But paradise is a close community, tense, steep and complicated, and feral pigs threaten Now that the hotel developer has built the golf course too close to an ancient sacred site, the Ghost of the Heiau terrifies the tourists Maxine bears close resemblance to a guide book author who disclosed treasured places that the locals don t want the tourists to know about Maxine is instructed to mind her own business, and of course she will try A valuable antique stamp, The Missionary, would finance a drug addiction rehab center, but the stamp is lost Maxine may have to risk all and exercise her Maine gumption if she is to navigate this unpredictable island life.

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    1. Maxine goes to Hawai'i but this is no vacation, and big trouble awaits. This book was so much fun to write. It takes place on a Hawai'an island that readers will not find in the maps because I made it up. I didn't want to give away real places that are special to me and others. The book explores what it's like to be the New Girl, and to be burdened with a resemblance to someone who used to live there and made a big mistake. I went pig hunting twice while conducting the research for the book, and [...]

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