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January 4, 2016 Book Reviewer Salute 0

Esther’s Gift

Esther’s Gift

A story of love, faith and a belief in the future.
About the Book

In the days before hurricane Iniki hit the island of Kauai the forecasters predicted it would stay south of Hilo. But Esther Ka’awai, a psychic and gifted wise woman of the ancient culture has seen the future. She knows of the devastation that will come to the island. She has warned those she loves; now all she can do is pray.

As she struggles to accept this gift of knowing, Esther discovers that even the most wonderful gift can sometimes break your heart.

A story of love, faith and a belief in the future.

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What a delightful story!

Esther Ka’awai had the gift of knowing – it wasn’t seeing into the future; it wasn’t events she saw pictures of – it was just an immediate knowing of a happening but not of an outcome; it was something she had had since she was a child. When Esther told her husband she knew the unpredicted storm would hit their island of Kauai, he believed her – she had proven her knowing was never wrong. But the people of the island did not believe her; after all it wasn’t forecast therefore it couldn’t be so…

As time passed Esther became a well-respected wise woman on her island in Hawaii; her gifts were widely used and well known. But the day a stranger came to Kauai was the beginning of change for Esther. And her belief in her gift would be tested as she struggled with what she knew…

What an absolutely delightful short story Esther’s Gift by Bette Lee Crosby is! I raced through the pages, devouring them and enjoying every minute. Beautifully written, the characters wound their way into my heart until I knew them like I know my own friends. Highly recommended (as I recommend all this author’s work)

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