The spoils of Eden
Can love survive when dreams divide?
Rafe Easton rescued an abandoned baby from certain death on a forbidden island. Now that courageous act could cost him his pending marriage and his reputation.
The Hawaii of 1891 is not untamed as it was when the first missionaries arrived, but the dangers haven't disappeared. Power, wealth, and ambition still drive the affairs of the island life, and Rafe Easton is poised to win big on all three--except for one thing. The woman he loves is walking away from their promise of life together on account of a baby boy . . . and the forsaken people of the island he came from.
For her part, Eden Derrington must choose between her father's lifelong dream of curing leprosy, and a life of privilege with the man she's loved since childhood. Will Rafe wait for her while she serves alongside her father? And what if she herself falls victim to the dreaded disease that took her mother many years ago?
Set against the backdrop of tropical paradise, revolutionary intrigue, hidden motives, and deadly secrets, The Spoils of Eden sheds light on Hawaii's colonial era and the men and women whose sacrifices yielded such unexpected results.
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|Grouping Title||spoils of eden|
|Grouping Author||chaikin l l|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-11-08 18:14:31PM|
|Last Indexed||2019-12-06 04:38:14AM|
|author||Chaikin, L. L., 1943-|
|author_display||Chaikin, L. L|
|available_at_bemis||Bemis Public Library|
|owning_library_bemis||Bemis Public Library|
|owning_location_bemis||Bemis Public Library|
|series||Dawn of Hawaii trilogy|
|series_with_volume||Dawn of Hawaii trilogy|1|
|subject_facet||Adoption -- Fiction|
Hawaii -- History -- 19th century -- Fiction
Leprosy -- Hospitals -- Hawaii -- Fiction
Missions to leprosy patients -- Hawaii -- Fiction
|title_display||The spoils of Eden|
|title_full||The spoils of Eden / Linda Lee Chaikin|
|title_short||The spoils of Eden|
Missions to leprosy patients