Cali's Hurricane

Despite the racial tensions brewing in Oyster Harbor in the 1930s, three interracial couples have found love When a hurricane blows through, will hate finally be washed away or will it grow back stronger than ever Jonathan Carter, filled with hate from a childhood incident, cares only about keeping the Klan strong on the island Cali Waters, still grieving for her husbandDespite the racial tensions brewing in Oyster Harbor in the 1930s, three interracial couples have found love When a hurricane blows through, will hate finally be washed away or will it grow back stronger than ever Jonathan Carter, filled with hate from a childhood incident, cares only about keeping the Klan strong on the island Cali Waters, still grieving for her husband who died from a Klan attack, longs to use her healing gift instead of being the Carter family cook When a hurricane threatens the hospital Jon started to build, an injury puts his life in her hands and a chance to heal than his flesh Jonathan s sister, Mary, is tired of the sheltered existence she s lived since being raped When Jimmy Clark, a black oyster shucker, rescues her during the hurricane, she heals from his gentle love But if her brother finds out, both relationships will be put to a test fiercer than any storm.Oyster Harbor Book 4 where passion and race collide
Cali s Hurricane Despite the racial tensions brewing in Oyster Harbor in the s three interracial couples have found love When a hurricane blows through will hate finally be washed away or will it grow back stron

  • Title: Cali's Hurricane
  • Author: Afton Locke
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 376
  • Format: ebook
  • 1 thought on “Cali's Hurricane”

    1. So um Is no one else concerned by the fact that this is a "romance" where a clearly racist member of the KKK and a Black widow who lost her husband due to violence from the Klan "fall in love"?I mean, not only is Jonathan a member of the Klan, but he basically needs it to continue existing. And let's be real here, klandom aside, he's not a good character. There's no empathizing on my part and I hate the way that he treats his heroine for much of the book. Not only is he racist, but he's a jerky [...]

    2. I don’t know how much work goes into writing a historical romance.  I will say that the best historical romances are the ones that don’t bend history. These stories don’t whitewash or put a shade over the ugliness of the history of the United States.  Afton Locke’s Oyster Harbor series is currently one of the very rare few Historical Romance series I enjoy reading.  While Cali’s Hurricane is the fourth entry in the series I hope it’s not the last.Readers, if you are like me and yo [...]

    3. A great seriesLoved the series. I was captured from the very first book. I hope a book 5 is in the works.

    4. Cali Waters traveled to Oyster Harbor from Louisiana after the death of her husband Ernest. Known as a healer, Cali dreams of one day becoming a doctor or healer. In order to do so, she takes a job as housekeeper for the mayor and his family. Though she struggled to hold on to her dreams and the memory of her husband, Jonathan Carter, the mayor’s son, excited and angered her at the same time. Jonathan harbored hatred. He was determined to continue the traditions of island and maintain order. A [...]

    5. I really liked this book as I have all of the previous Oyster Harbor books. This was a two for the price of one romance between Cali and the soon-to-be Grand Dragon of Oyster Harbor, Jonathan Carter and Jonathan's sister, Mary and Jimmy Clark, a gentle bear of a black man who was introduced to us in book 1, Plucking The Pearl. What makes this series even more enjoyable for me is the time period (1930's), the setting (Maryland) and the characters. Afton Locke never fails to deliver for me. She's [...]

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