Bahama Breeze Breeze and Holly retreat to the far reaches of the Bahamas to ponder the mysteries of love and find meaning in their lives. There are differences to reconcile, but in many ways they are very much alike. Has Breeze met his match? Meade Breeze Part rebel, part knight in rusty armor, and every ounce his own man, Meade Breeze is a rugged, reclusive Florida boat bBahama Breeze Breeze and Holly retreat to the far reaches of the Bahamas to ponder the mysteries of love and find meaning in their lives. There are differences to reconcile, but in many ways they are very much alike. Has Breeze met his match? Meade Breeze Part rebel, part knight in rusty armor, and every ounce his own man, Meade Breeze is a rugged, reclusive Florida boat bum. He has special talent for attracting sexy women. His skill at handling boats is matched only by his knack for getting into, and out of, one predicament after another. In this fifth novel starring Breeze, his challenge is one of the heart. ...
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|Number of Pages||:||292 Pages|
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bahama breeze trawler trash book 5 Reviews
Once again I find myself writing a review on a multiple book series instead of one book at a time. I can only say it's not my fault ..... honest. It is actually my Kindle's fault, I found the 2nd book in the series in my recommended list. Recalling the easy "Keys Vibe" from the 1st book I bought the book and we were off. I read all of the rest of the books currently in this series end to end. Each time I finished one book my kindle tossed up the next one and 1 click later I was deeply immersed in another Meade Breeze adventure. I have just finished the 5th, hopefully not the last, book in the series with Ed's note informing me that he is taking a short hiatus from writing. I would rather have seen a 6th book awaiting my pleasure, but I can't begrudge Ed and his wife a well earned vacation.I have thoroughly enjoyed the great stories, so well crafted by a writer that obviously has first hand knowledge and a love of what he writes about. I would recommend this series to anyone who wants to escape to the Keys and beyond with a colorful cast of characters led by a slightly flawed hero that you can't help but like.
Another good readWe see Breeze really try to love and want to settle down. Who will win Breeze the girl, you or the sea or Miss Leap?Can't wait to get to the next book.
Would have been a 4 but for spelling wrrorsI don't know why it bothers me so much, but when I'm enjoying the story and then a aspelling error breaks my train of thought, it spoils the moment, otherwise a fun read.
Love This Series!dJust finished reading the 5 books in order and each book has gotten better.... I was somewhat put off with Breezes criminal activity at first... But I have come to realize that some food usually come out of his criminal endeavors... Have not read the Travis McGee in over 30.....years but the series echoes in my head as I read about breeze
Bahama BreezeVery good read. In the last week I have read all five of the Breeze series of books. Could not stop with just one. The description of the boats, the islands and traveling in the Keys was just the way you think it should be. If only we had scratch and sniff to get the smells of the gulf and islands it would be complete.
Great series, reminds me of great boating trips.I had a 22ft Shamrock cuddly that I traveled. From St . Pete down to Captiva/ Sanibel- Chevrolet Harbor each year for 9yrs.You hit the right feelings, I always "gunnkhole" everynight.You are a great writer, just enough descriptions, a little sex and excitement to keep the interest.Keep writing, I will keep reading. GREAT Read!
Loved these books....I live in SWF so am familiar with a lot of the places Breeze visits on his many adventures....Ed is a wonderful story teller and pulls you into this adventure....looking forward to your next book...safe travels
As always, Ed lets us forget our lives and become our favorite lady and trouble magnet. I put on JJ Cales "They call me the breeze", let my cares and woes go , and then settle into a really good read. Thanks Ed