Just Add Salt (Hetta Coffey Series, Book 2)

By Jinx Schwartz

Hetta Coffey is a sassy Texan with a snazzy yacht, and she's now not afraid to take advantage of it!

A globe-trotting engineer with angle, a penchant for difficulty, and a yacht, Hetta is again, and this time she's steerage us into sizzling Mexican waters.

Miffed that holiday plans together with her chronically absent boyfriend, Jenks Jenkins, have long past awry, she accepts a role in Baja.

So what, if she and her buddy Jan are spectacularly unqualified to take her yacht on a thousand-mile cruise within the jap Pacific Ocean in the course of typhoon season?

Hiring a good-looking, if just a little fishy captain for the journey could hold them off the rocks, yet most likely will not do an identical for her destiny with Jenks. in the meantime, a bit eye sweet on board cannot be all bad.

Hetta's fierce independence impels her to take on a truly ecocnomic (if environmentally and politically flawed) undertaking south of the border. actual to shape, her irreverent nature and disrespect for probability quickly swamps her in a sea of mayhem, unlawful extraterrestrial beings, a pesky whale, and a menacing Mexican machinator.

Set sail for Baja Mexico's Magdalena Bay as Hetta Coffey leads us once again right into a morass of intrigue that might preserve you giggling, breathless, and in need of extra.

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C. G.? As in, usa Coast defend? Who, incidentally, cease boats with the intention to, and pay attention heavily right here, defend. The. Coast. And have you learnt how they do this? They board boats searching for, among different issues, unlawful extraterrestrial beings. shall we visit Federal felony for smuggling an unlawful. ” “Well crap, Jan, we’re taking him to Mexico, now not the opposite direction. in addition to, he should have a few type of identification. He came in checklist time, through Greyhound. probably he’s utilizing anyone else’s identification. ” “Oh, yeah, I’m convinced the I. N. S. thinks all Mexicans glance alike.

You recognize I’m on a decent time table, so are you able to do that clear out factor speedy? ” “How’s the next day morning? ” “¡Fantástico! ” precise to his be aware, Ernesto used to be at the dock at seven sharp, and he had corporation. I couldn’t support yet realize Ernesto’s helper used to be tall, darkish and good-looking, with a tinge of grey in his thick black hair. “Good morning, gents. I’ll go away you on your paintings. I gotta run to West Marine and spend my subsequent year’s wage. There’s espresso within the carafe at the desk. Oh, and simply in case the Satfone men appear to put in my sat approach, inform them I’ll be again through 11.

Damned insects. ” “Hey, i presumed you have been a naturalist,” I teased. He grinned. “I am a naturalist who hates insects. I additionally dislike snakes. i'm a selective naturalist. ” we would have liked amusing and Chino’s line received one. Fabio, after a very good hearty snort, acknowledged, “I do have the excellent news. ” “Thank God, we want it. permit me wager, you stored a number of pesos through insuring your vehicle with the gecko. ” Fabio seemed wondered. “Oh, by no means brain, supply us your information. ” “I imagine we will use the teléfono for a short interval whilst the solar is at once overhead.

Then, ad-libbing, I further, “In truth, as captain in their fishing fleet. ” either he and Chino appeared surprised, yet whereas Fabio endured to seem flummoxed, Chino’s expression became to at least one of disdain. I waited to determine what I’d stirred up. Chino spoke first. “Fabio, you? You labored for these, these, pendejos? ” I wasn’t rather definite what pendejo intended, however the approach Chino spat it out, you may take it to the financial institution that it wasn’t a time period of endearment. Fabio sighed a protracted, ragged Mexican sigh, gave us the all-encompassing Mexican shrug, and remained silent.

Yet, no matter if we get to Boca de Soledad with no considered one of Lujàn’s goons catching us,” she tapped the object in Sea journal, “we’ll most likely sink this boat attempting to get out. ” “That man did it. ” “That man used to be in a smaller boat and he had a panga guiding him out. Even then he wrecked a prop. ” “Come outdoor for a minute. ” We walked out on deck. “Listen. ” Jan cocked her head. “I don’t listen whatever. ” “That’s correct, you don’t. And have you learnt why? ” “I’ve long past deaf? ” I smiled. not less than she may well nonetheless comic story.

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