Aloha Hideaway Inn
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Aloha Hideaway Inn by Elana Johnson

02/23/2021

She's got big plans for her tropical bed and breakfast, but the new high-rise resort in the bay is throwing a wrench into everything. So Stacey Stapleton does what any savvy businesswoman would do—she goes to spy on the resort stealing her business and ruining the beautiful Getaway Bay skyline.



Her undercover operation doesn't do more than show her how flawless the Sweet Breeze Resort is—and that the owner is as handsome as he is smart.

Though annoyed by the new resort, Stacey focuses on Aloha Hideaway Inn, more determined than ever to give tourists the vacation of their lives. But when a tropical storm hits the bay, she and her guests have to take refuge in the high-rise hotel she hates.

Not only that, but the more time she spends with Fisher DuPont, the owner of Sweet Breeze, the more she has to admit that he's not a monster.

Can Stacey and the Aloha Hideaway Inn survive strange summer weather, the arrival of the new resort, and the start of a special relationship?

Read all the books in Getaway Bay Resort Romance series by USA Today bestselling author Elana Johnson:
1. Aloha Hideaway Inn
2. Getaway Bay
3. Women's Beach Club
4. Straw and Diamonds
5. The Billionaire Club
6. Sweet Breeze Resort
7. Rainforest Retreat
8. Getaway Bay Singles

**Previously titled The Billionaire's Enemy and The Brainy Billionaire

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