The second novel in the 'Moon Toast' Trilogy. In 1977, Stuart LeClercq (22), and Katrina Ericcson (30), are in Alaska, working during the summers on their Commercial Halibut fishing boat, the F.V. Devil's Advocate. Their Captain, a Vietnam Veteran with a very reclusive and violent past, Phil Tollefson (36), is teaching them the ways of the Native Alaskan and Mayan Spiritual Path. During the winter, he takes them down to the Yucatan Peninsula to live with his teacher, a Mayan Shaman, in a small village on the Caribbean Sea. Slowly, Stu and Kat find themselves becoming immersed into the ways of the Shaman, and casting out their previous religious and spiritual beliefs. While working as fishermen and studying their Shamanism, the two heroes inadvertantly become entangled in an International smuggling ring operating in Mexico and Alaska, which threatens to destroy their entire existence.