Hawaiian Island Ni'ihau : Palmyra, American Samoa
Hawaiian Romance Novel: Spy on Niihau! her magazine publisher requested. What really goes on upon the private Island of Niihau? Fresh out of Kent State University, a journalist lands a career venture that takes her from the Atlantic to the Pacific Ocean. Chelsea leaves the US mainland to embark on a daring journey that returns her to her parents roots in Hawaii. Always curious about American Samoa, Palmyra, and Howland Island (where Amelia Earhart was last recorded) Chelsea embraced the opportunity to explore the well-known islands staggered from Kauai to the Equator. She would not only educate herself but she would be entertaining the public through the unusual route of exploration set upon the sea in a boat. Without thought, she packed her high heels matching each of her designer dresses and tucked Puma into his air-conditioned puppy tote and approached the captain with a huge smile. Chelseas assignments intertwine history. Readers get to feel headline news such as tsunami disasters, The Gold Rush, WWII, and the rule of each King Kamehameha and their Queens. Novel four, Niihau, is the last in the Malea saga.
- Paperback | 634 pages
- 152 x 229 x 36mm | 916g
- 18 Sep 2015
- Xlibris US
- Illustrations, black and white
About Sydney Theadora
Sydney Theadora (Malea) resides on two islands: Kauai and Maui. Raised in Akron, Ohio she moved her (solo) life to the tropics in 1999. From working in bookstores, she desperately wanted to read a series of the eight Hawaiian Islands in current time, so she wrote them by education herself along the way. Sydney writes romance novels from her inner ghost of Unrequited Love and her personal experiences while exploring the Pacific.