You won't guess how it ends. His trusty trawler takes him from the Keys to the Caribbean, and even to the Chesapeake Bay, where he contemplates turning himself in to the authorities. He survives on his wits and a meager income derived from selling home-grown dope to suburban housewives and home-brewed rum to bums in the park. An old smuggler seeks out Breeze to help him get rid of his dope. I look forward to reading more adventures of Breeze. Meade Breeze lives on the far outskirts of society with no visible means of support.
Explore the Gulf Coast Islands, Florida Keys, and the Bahamas with Breeze, but keep one eye over your shoulder. See what I did there? Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting? I bought it this morning on Amazon and couldn't put it down all day. Robinson created a believable fiction that was both heart breaking and funny at times. His adventure stories are part John D. And the best part is that he has a way of doing that without being over descriptive. You'll feel for Breeze as he struggles with his inner demons.
This first novel by Ed Robinson was a very fun and captivating read. But the author put his novel on Amazon and is charging a premium price as far as novels go, so I do feel that the author is opening up himself for criticism. You won't guess how it ends. The problem is that once you have gotten your nifty new product, the following breeze trawler trash book 2 gets a brief glance, maybe a once over, but it often tends to get discarded or lost with the original packaging. Holly's patience wears thin as Breeze drags her deeper and deeper into turmoil.
Explore the Gulf Coast Islands, Florida Keys, and the Bahamas with Breeze, but keep one eye over your shoulder. This is a timely tale that uses current events to shape the storyline; from our diplomatic relations with Cuba, to the social impact of Fifty Shades of Grey. Breeze had sailed the Caribbean with a beautiful lady in a luxury yacht and had gone through a huge chunk of his wrongful death suit settlement. His trusty trawler takes him from the Keys to the Caribbean, and even to the Chesapeake Bay, where he contemplates turning himself in to the authorities. This is a great follow-up to Trawler Trash, and I loved every word of it. He gets mixed up with a cocaine kingpin, talks his way out of a Cuban jail, and takes on a pretty refugee as a passenger.
In the top half, a fun read. Following Breeze has action to burn. You will not have to go back and reread a paragraph or page because you zoned out. My biggest gripe with this novel is the sheer number of typos and grammatical errors. During a particularly stressful moment, he has the sudden inspiration to make a radical change.
He fears it will all catch up with him someday, so he stays on the move aboard his classic trawler. Now all that said, I did enjoy the realistic descriptions of the cruising lifestyle, the boat, and the boat maintenance and repairs. I enjoyed this book I'm having fun hanging out with this guy named Breeze. The only problem is that Andi has disappeared. He is also running from the law for embezzlement.
Breeze is on the move again, aboard Leap of Faith. Following Breeze has action to burn. Then it was the ex-con treasure hunter. As for me, I'll go back to supporting the old trawler trash via purchases on my kindle. Breeze's clever plan to separate the couple eventually backfires in a big way. Meade Breeze lives on the far outskirts of society with no visible means of support. Captured and tortured by terrorists in Afghanistan after the opening blows of the War on Terror, she has a score to settle.
MacDonald, and part Papa Hemingway. I also recognized the Names of a couple characters early in the story. There's even a chapter for Tim Dorsey fans. Where can he go and what can he do? Can their tenuous relationship survive? He gets mixed up with a cocaine kingpin, talks his way out of a Cuban jail, and takes on a pretty refugee as a passenger. If you are a liveaboard, cruiser, weekender, wannabe boater, have boating friends, or are just a fan of Ed Robinson's wit, you will enjoy this light hearted romp through many maritime topics.
Ed takes you on another blow-by-blow adventure from Florida's gulf coast, through the keys and down island in the Caribbean. He gets mixed up with a cocaine kingpin, talks his way out of a Cuban jail, and takes on a pretty refugee as a passenger. And I love the way Ed writes. I have been to many of the place you mention in these books and its as though you've brought me back. I hesitated to share my real feelings about this book, because I know I'm being pretty harsh.