Pele and Kamapua‘a
From "Pele and Kamapua‘a" in Legends of Vocanoes by W. D. Westervell.
It starts out when the young Kamapua‘a (hog god) journeys from O‘ahu to Hawaii and finds the fire goddess and her family in Pele’s pit. One of the fire goddesses sisters finds him first and tells the others. Then Pele starts to taunt him because he is a pig.
in the story Pele and Kamapua‘a become husband and wife, but Pele’s
bad temper went overload because Kamapua‘a has so many characteristics
of a hog. This led to a huge battle between demigod and demigoddess.
This story tells how a mischievous god and a fiery goddess fight a big battle because Kamapua‘a is too much like a hog for Pele to tolerate, but in the end there is sorrow for the loss that takes place. Kamapua‘a gets married again but there is someone else out there that still wants him.