Veronica Jinkowsky is a clone of her priggish grandmother - they are lawyers in the same firm
who both wear suits in and out of the office. But when Veronica is conned into a treasure-hunting trip planned by her grandfather, her transformation begins from straitlaced to comfortably chic. She has no idea what’s in store for her, but she soon finds herself trapped on a boat when she is afraid of even touching the surface of the water with her big toe. And her grandfather wants her to run Jink Inc. when he retires?
Jake Jensen lives off playing poker—literally. But he is ready for a change; maybe that’s why, when his four-times-ex-wife shows up at one of his tournaments, he jumps at the chance to stir his life in another direction:
Frank Jinkowsky wants a relationship with his granddaughter before it is too late, and it looks like he is the only one who sees that his granddaughter “Ronnie” and Jake, were meant to be together even if they keep screwing things up. So he comes up with a plan to have the couple run his treasure-hunting business and, in the process, try and mend what is broken
between him and Veronica, not to mention between Veronica and Jake.
Treasure hunting has never been more fun when the treasure they find turns out to have complications all its own, and the ship's crew includes a Mafia widow, her two sons
(who just happen to make every wish come true), and a Cajun matchmaker who is loony to boot. Add to the mix a
broken-hearted Amish ex-Navy Seal, and you get a comical and compelling read by one of today’s leading authors of entertaining romance.
Pink Jinx was so absorbing I could hardly put the book down. Sandra Hill never tires of making her readers laugh, and Pink Jinx will not leave you hanging in that department.