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What do you think about that law on the books in Hawaii. If your job required you to remove a child from their adoptive family for a reason you didn't agree with, what would you do? I've had to do this a time or two myself when I worked for CPS. I would encourage the parents to exercise their right to a fair hearing within five days of removal if I thought they had a chance of winning. Usually when I did this, they were able to get their children back. Sometimes the laws aren't fair. That's why we have courts, to fight it when the system doesn't work right. Now what do you think?
About the book:
Amid the looming spiritual and political crisis in Hawaii, Eden Derrington and Rafe Easton are thrust into a conflict that will forever change their beloved Hawaii and threaten to derail their future marriage. When Eden, representing the Hawaiian Board of Health at Kalihi Leper Hospital is sent to Rafe’s plantation to take baby Kip to Kalihi to quarantine him indefinitely, an emotional volcano of suspected betrayal threatens to turn their love relationship to ashes.
Someone has alerted the Board that the baby Rafe saved and brought to Honolulu came from the Kalawao leper colony.Since the law strictly forbids children born of lepers from being adopted Kip’s future seems destined toward tragedy. And what of Eden and Rafe after their engagement is broken? When Eden’s father, Dr. Jerome, returns to open a clinic at Kalawao, she joins her father, leaving Rafe to run for the legislature and attempt to change the children’s law.
I don't have this book so I can't review it for this promo. I have not read any of the author's books either.