WARDENS of the WILD They've got the big hats, big trucks, and big guns, but these men and women are more than just poster models for natural resource management. Journey into the deep woods and remote corners of rural America where life is simple but love can be complicated.
Book One- LEVI: A Wardens of the Wild novel
Levi Turner is returning home after thirteen years to a place he never wanted to see again. Can he resist the call of this lonely place, or the people living there? This is a deep woods, remote rural story about coming to terms with family, the past, and one nosy, opinionated neighbor determined to help.
Enjoy this excerpt from Levi: “I hear you’ve been sticking your nose in where it doesn’t belong.” Oh, that tone. Does a girl ever build up an immunity to the sound of a disapproving father, even when she’s a twenty-eight-year-old woman? Carissa cringed and avoided his gaze, stroking the cats like her life depended on it. “What goes on in the Turner household is none of your business.” “But—” “No buts.” He paused and let the silence work on her until she wanted to confess to everything she’d ever done wrong, right down to stuffing gum into the gap between her seat and the metal frame of the school bus because chewing gum was against the rules. She had forgotten she had some in her mouth when she boarded for the ride home and didn’t want to get in trouble. She felt like she had swallowed that wad right now. “Are we clear?” “Yes, Dad.” The agreement pained her. Because she wanted to help the Turners. Because she thought she could help them. Most of all, because she didn’t want to disappoint her father, and she might have just made a promise she couldn’t keep.