Return to Rocky Mountain Watershed

The surviving creatures were then relocated to an animal sanctuary in Idaho. By the time an intense afternoon sun had melted all but protected pockets of snow, the Whoosh County Sheriff's detail showed, wandered around, and went home ...

Return to Rocky Mountain Watershed

In the second book of the popular Watershed series we meet Laura Menard. She is a college professor of fish biology, a licensed fishing guide, and an EMT for a Wisconsin Search and Rescue team, and has returned to the remote community of Towne, located in a secluded Rocky Mountain watershed surrounded by snow capped mountains. Newly widowed, Laura has no idea what to expect upon her unannounced arrival. Some of her old friends have passed away or moved on, but Laura is soon reunited with Ted Miller, her friend and a ranger with the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. She'll also become involved with the FBI team of Skye Coulter and Phil Newberry, and undercover border agent Milo Damon. Longing for the tranquility of mountain life and the people who live there, Laura has returned to the valley to find inner peace and healing, but she soon finds herself trapped by the flames of a raging forest fire, and later she gets caught up in a bear bile poaching operation. And while she learns that even in a small mountain community, you can't escape greed, to even murder, she also finds that home is where the heart is. Return to Rocky Mountain Watershed is an expressive, humorous, and heartwarming novel that celebrates the joys and tribulations of small-town life and the majesty of the Rocky Mountains.

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Return to Rocky Mountain Watershed
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