"This is historical fiction of the best kind…  a delightful, informative escape."
--Wanda Adams, Book Editor, The Honolulu Advertiser

"Described as an 'historical novel', The Love Remains is more than that...
Something for every taste."
--Harry Eagar, The Maui News

“He waiwai ‛oukou I ka‛u ‛ike… I was transported to the times of my kūpuna,
as if it were a ‘movie in my mind’. This novel  won’t disappoint.”
--Kumu Aloha Keko‛olani,  Author, Na'au Poi: Spiritual Food for Cultural Enlightenment
The Love Remains  by Katherine Kama'ema'e Smith
Edited by Robert Ball and Kyle Markham        Hawaiian translation by Henrietta Mahuna
                  Cultural Review by Kumu Aloha Keko'olani
One Woman's Love For the Land

Torn between her Hawaiian and Caucasian roots, uncertain about her own abilities,
and unprepared for leadership, twenty-year-old Ali'i Kale Davis can offer only her keen
intelligence, a deep love for Honokahua, Maui, and her solemn oath to rule her people
righteously. With steadfast determination and help from her five husbands, Kale leads
her people through frenetic change that threaten to sweep away a millennia-old culture,
transforming Hawai‘i from Kamehameha's kingdom into the industrial age in just five
A portion of the proceeds of The Love Remains supports Ke Kula Kaiapuni Hawaiian Immersion Education
The Love Remains, copyright 2005 Katherine Smith, All Rights Reserved
ISBN: 09723420-5-2        $17.95 U.S.        

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