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Looking for something to read?

How about the novel Bamboo and Lace?

Bamboo and Lace

Lori Wick

Harvest House Publishers

July 28, 2001

What’s it about?

Can their love survive two very different cultures?

Lily Walsh has never imagined anything like America. From supermarkets and swimsuits to the way women look men directly in the eye, she’s baffled by this strange new land. Raised in a remote Asian village by her disciplinarian father, 24-year-old Lily is thrilled to visit her brother Jeff in Hawaii–until Jeff is called away on urgent business.

Left in the care of Jeff’s best friend, Gabe Kapaia, and his family, Lily discovers the paradise of Oahu’s north side at the Kapaia Resort. But she walks a fine line between two worlds. Can she embrace her new experiences without breaking her promise not to shame her missionary father? When Lily finds herself falling for Gabe, her heart is torn. Will her upbringing force her to make the difficult choice between true love and family honor?

This is a very cute and heart touching novel!

Another one of my favorites, but it has been awhile since I last read this one.  This would have made a great movie!

Happy reading!

If you have a book you’d like to see on my Book Recommendation Sunday Send me an email at britkirk22@gmail.com

 

 

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Hey Y'all! I'm a Christ Follower-Bookworm-English Major-Movie/Music loving Peculiar Treasure, Smiling and laughing my way through life. Feel free explore my blog. Comment too! I love meeting new people ! Hint Hint :)

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