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Just Add Salt [KINDLE] ✽ Just Add Salt By Jinx Schwartz – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Hetta Coffey is a sassy Texan with a snazzy yacht and she's not afraid to use itA globe trotting engineer with attitude a penchant for trouble and a yacht Hetta is back and this time she's steering us Hetta Coffey is a sassy Texan with a snazzy yacht and she's not afraid to use itA globe trotting engineer with attitude a penchant for trouble and a yacht Hetta Just Add ePUB í is back and this time she's steering us into hot Mexican watersMiffed that vacation plans with her chronically absent boyfriend Jenks Jenkins have gone awry she accepts a job in BajaSo what if she and her friend Jan are spectacularly unualified to take her yacht on a thousand mile cruise in the eastern Pacific Ocean during hurricane seasonHiring a handsome if somewhat fishy captain for the trip might keep them off the rocks but probably won't do the same for her future with Jenks Meanwhile a little eye candy on board can't be all badHetta's fierce independence impels her to tackle a very profitable if environmentally and politically incorrect project south of the border True to form her irreverent nature and disregard for danger soon swamps her in a sea of mayhem illegal aliens a pesky whale and a menacing Mexican machinatorSet sail for Baja Mexico's Magdalena Bay as Hetta Coffey leads us once into a morass of intrigue that will keep you laughing breathless and wanting.

About the Author: Jinx Schwartz

Jinx Schwartz is the USA TODAY Best selling author of the award winning Hetta Coffey seriesJUST ADD WATER first in the series introduces Hetta a sassy Texan with a snazzy Just Add ePUB í yacht and she's not afraid to use it JUST ADD SALT JUST ADD TROUBLE JUST DESERTS JUST THE PITS JUST NEEDS KILLIN' AND JUST DIFFERENT DEVILS get her into hot Mexican Waters JUST PARDON MY FRENCH BOOK FINDS HETTA IN.

10 thoughts on “Just Add Salt

  1. Horton Deakins Horton Deakins says:

    And we have another winnerWith Just Add Salt Jinx Schwartz has slipped her cable and hit another home run Yes I know I’m mixing nautical and baseball metaphors but the author does that too and well it’s catchin’This book has as many chuckles as Just Add Water but there is a bit tension—which literarily speaking is a good thing In this volume Hetta is in a lot hot water—or salt—and you just never know how she’s possibly going to come out on top or with whom I think it’s uite clear from the text though that in her youth the author had a crush on Ricky Ricardo Just sayin’Just Add Salt will have you alternately chuckling and biting your nails and you will discover many new things such as what a panga is Now I know what it was we were riding in that caused a woman from our cruise ship to get a broken armJust Add Salt will make you want to listen to your old LP of Dark Side of the Moon No I’m not going to tell you what I mean by that You’ll just have to read the book

  2. Christoph Fischer Christoph Fischer says:

    Just Add Salt by Jinx Schwartz tells another amusing sailing adventure featuring the hilarious Hetta CoffeyThis time Hetta is off to Mexico as an undercover civil engineer spy for a Japanese company Since her boyfriend is working in the middle East she is taking her best gal pal with her and hopefully some competent sea captain But before she gets there she has to sort out minor issues such as a body attached to her anchor the coast guard and whatever else comes her way on the journeyCoffey is a really great character edgy funny and definitely unconventional Her stories are a perfect blend of adventure and misadventure and Schwartz does a fantastic job at adding an eually entertaining supportive cast whether it be her secret blabbing friend or a personal trainer in the gym no opportunity for a laugh is wasted in this story making the plot almost secondary to the fun that runs through the bookIf you are looking for a good laugh and entertainment this series is for you

  3. Allen Allen says:

    As a boater who has sailed the waters described in this story I really enjoyed this book My recollection of the entrance to Mag Bay was not as harrowing as theirs but then each person's experience is different It brought back many memories of cruising in Mexican waters including my encounters with whales The story was marred by the 20 errors I found in the book If the author would like a list of those I considered to be errors send a reuest to amacd55 at gmail dot com 45 stars when the errors are fixed

  4. Nola Arganbright Nola Arganbright says:

    Down Mexico WayHertz has accepted a job that will bring in big bucks and allow her to take her yacht down to Mexico A fun fast moving storyline and a strong well developed plot The characters are strong and entertaining

  5. Leslie Leslie says:

    15 reallySome big factual errors and the ditzy main character combined to make this a book a struggle to finish The author didn't seem to do any background research at all; below are a few examplesMore than once in the book comments were made about the whales in the eastern Pacific heading north while it was November The whales travel SOUTH from the Artic to winter in the Baja area Since whales play a crucial role in the plot this is a whopper of a mistake Another puzzling error was the comment that the hurricane turned left to head straight for the coast Hurricanes tropical storms move north from the warm tropical waters so the Baja coast would be to the right and the open ocean would be to the left Maybe the author is from the eastern US where the coast would be on the storm's left but then why set her book in California or not do her background research?I might have been willing to overlook these sort of errors if the story had been a good one but it was only OK I might have given the story 25 if there hadn't been these gross mistakes The so so plot combined with the lack of understanding of the eastern Pacific made this into a loser for me

  6. Bob Rector Bob Rector says:

    Jinx Schwartz's Just Add Salt is from the Hetta Coffey adventure series Coffey is an engineer who lives on a swank yacht moored in San Francisco Her assignments take her to exotic locations this time Mexico's Baja coast hired by a Japanese firm concerning a water desalination and salt recovery plant they intend to build there hence the title The trip was supposed to be a working vacation with her boyfriend Jenks but he has to bail out so Hetta takes along Jan her blonde bombshell best friend instead And a tall dark Mexican captain she hires who just happens to look like Fabio The adventure beginsCall it adventure with a capital A This is a fast moving yarn with twists and turns than a boa constrictor Especially well written and harrowing is Hetta Jan and Fabio's fight to the death with a two headed hurricane – a once in a half century event As the journey continues our gal realizes that nobody is who they appear to be and there is an element who would just as soon see her disappear – permanently Despite Hetta's bring it on buster fearless attitude she is not beyond using her considerable feminine wiles to thwart and seriously infuriate her male adversaries she has no female adversaries This is fun entertaining storytelling from a very female perspective Jinx Schwartz is a pro all the way Highly recommended

  7. Lord David Prosser Lord David Prosser says:

    This was another delightful romp with Hetta Coffey the woman who's never short of a word to say especially in argument A working trip to Mexico on her beloved boat now her home Hetta encounters the bad guys who have a plot to pollute the sea with fresh water and to upset her friend Lonesome the whale who's currently making eyes at the boat as a possible mate Hetta soon finds some of the baddies are actually the employers who hired her for the engineering job she's on Chaos ensues leaving Hetta and her friend Jan on the run from the men with guns and bad intentionsHetta is a marvel of a woman She's opinionated crass strong and yet as weak as a kitten when love calls Lacking faith in herself she thinks love is a temporary thing and her boyfriend Jenks will soon be on pastures new To sit and cry or to kill him? She's not sure but you'll find the whole thing delightful from start to finish

  8. Larry B Gray Larry B Gray says:

    If you like intrigue and excitement you will love Just Add Salt by Jinx Schwartz It is full of action and adventure which kept me glued to the pages from start to finishThe author did a great job of developing a story which was fast paced and full of intrigue It has a well develop storyline which never loses its continuity I found it to be a fun read and very believableJinx Schwartz developed excellent characters which were very believable and real It was easy to identify with them and follow the storyline I have read the first volume Just Add Water see earlier review and now this volume just adds to the strength of the lead heroin I really enjoyed Just Add Salt by Jinx Schwartz and I highly recommend this book to all readers

  9. Marlyn Marlyn says:

    This is the second in the Hetta Coffey mystery series Hetta is a delightful character Single intelligent self employed and independent she lives on a boat moored in the Oakland area In this book Hetta and her best friend Jan and their boyfriends brothers Jenks and Lars had plans to sail down to Mexico Upset when the two men suddenly disappear on a job Hetta accepts an assignment in Baja This means that she'll have to sail down there on her own during hurricane season Naturally Hetta gets into all kinds of trouble including an amorous whale a shady group of Japanese investors and two hurricanes

  10. Laurie Hanan Laurie Hanan says:

    Fast Paced Fun with a Mexican FlairWhen I finished the first book in the series I realized I had Hetta withdrawals I hurried to and purchased Just Add Salt I would advise reading the first book first because it supplies the background – where it all began But I enjoyed the second book even than the first There is danger from the get go and tension on every page I love a mystery with a touch of romance and this book has it all What it doesn’t have is over the top graphic violence or explicit sex The Hetta Coffey mysteries are a refreshing change and I look forward to reading

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