waiting for the right diver to retrieve the deadly cargo on the bottom of the
Sea of Cortez. But when the Queen of daytime drama, Leila Hunter Standiford,
happens to admire a beautiful vintage Alden and it’s handsome captain, she
doesn’t realize that the boat will soon burn to the water line, or that a dead
body will be found below, or that the captain has been targeted as a
As with the first book in the sailing trilogy she draws on her own cruising experience to make the backdrop of the book a sailing community in Mexico. There’s enough sophisticated sailing information to make the seasoned mariner like the read, but not so much that someone without that knowledge is bored.
Who can’t relate to warm blue waters and sunny skies, but the search for a killer is made tenser by the impending hurricane that threatens this paradise. Dahlke then ups the ante by plunging her heroine and hunky, sexy hero into the churning waters of the storm.
This is an entertaining, exciting read with just enough romance to make your toes curl and enough action to keep you up all night reading it.
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