Jane wants a big adventure before she settles down. Jane Buckley is engaged to Texas oil baron Austin Price. But before settling down, she jumps at the chance of a voyage to Hawaii with her exuberant aunt Matilda. The adventure in paradise becomes more than a series of spectacular views and beautiful beaches. Jane begins to question her own faith and character. Is her desire to help a man and child creating an experience that will jeopardize her relationship with Austin? Rancher Mak MacCauley is mad at God and the world. He cannot escape the haunting memories of his young wife's death until he takes revenge upon the horse that killed her. There's no room in his life for another woman, and he allows Jane Buckley near him only because of his daughter's needs and the engagement ring on Jane's finger that means she won't pursue him. The Hawaiian word for love, aloha, is used in both greeting and farewell. But given the opportunity to experience true love, will Jane and Mak welcome it, or will they allow fear to drive it away?