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Book: A Dangerous Harbor (A Romantic Mystery Sailing Trilogy Book 1) by RP Dahlke

Book Review: A Dangerous Harbor (A Romantic Mystery Sailing Trilogy Book 1) by RP Dahlke

categories: Book, Yaching, Sailing, Mystery, Baja, Mexico, Romantic Suspense

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Author RP Dahlkeabout this book: When Katrina Hunter is forced to shoot her sister's stalker, she takes the required leave of absence from the SF police department as her one chance for a long over-due sailing vacation. But discovering a floater close to her first port-of-call in Baja, Mexico will change everything she knows about dealing with crooks, liars, cheaters and murder.

Adding to her troubles is handsome Italian-Mexican inspector, Raul Vignaroli, who ferrets out the one secret that could get her fired from her beloved job with the SF Police department. Now that the inspector has the tool he needs to tie her to a murder investigation involving Americans in his port, what will he do with his growing attraction to this pretty young woman?

In spite of the inspector's blackmailing techniques, Katy feels a mutual attraction to the lonely inspector, but will she learn to trust her heart, and the inspector's own dangerous secrets?

Inspiration for this book came from my time sailing in Mexico aboard our Hylas 47.

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Katrina Hunter, is a strong character when she wants to be, and often hopes that she can simply sail away into blue waters and escape the mistakes she has made in her recent past, which have put her continued career in on the line. A Dangerous Harbor I guess would be classified as a romantic adventure because there is romance and adventure. The story is entertaining. Not heavily plotted, no great surprises, a decent read for an afternoon -- even for a non-sailing single woman.

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