Kimo and Lopaka are back again and this
time they are expecting twins. Lopaka’s twin sister,
Maluhia agreed to be the surrogate for the couple and now
she must be protected because she is carrying the children
of a powerful kahuna.
Kimo decides to take his family on a
vacation in hopes of keeping them safe, but Maluhia has one
request while away. She wants a Summer Love and asks for
Summer Love is a great
summer romp, at least for Maluhia. I love the fact that
Kimo and Lopaka are going to be parents. There is a scene
that is touching and a little heartbreaking when Kimo talks
to Lopaka about wishing it was Lopaka carrying their child.
It is great watching this couple grow. I love how
protective Kimo is of his family and the mystical aspect of
Summer Love is just wonderful.
A.J. Llewellyn puts so much of Hawaii
in all his work that it becomes another character and I love
all the history Mr. Llewellyn shares in his stories.
Summer Love can be read as a stand alone, but I
suggest getting all of Mr. Llewellyn’s books and having a