Mankind has been looking for extraterrestrial life for more than 30 years. Professionals spend their entire working life trying to devise ways of contacting other civilizations. Nobody expected them to ...
Mankind has been looking for extraterrestrial life for more than 30 years. Professionals spend their entire working life trying to devise ways of contacting other civilizations. Nobody expected them to "just drop in".
-- In the middle of the night.
-- Forty miles from nowhere.
-- In a blizzard.
-- By the gross.
When aliens drop in, it can change your life forever.
Jim Frasier simply set out to rescue a stranger who made a wrong turn heading for a ski holiday. Instead, he finds himself trying to keep 700 aliens from freezing to death. The complications are enormous - these are people he has no common language with, and no common culture. He also has a hard timing believing his eyes that these strange creatures actually exist.
Debbie Fontenot, young, deeply battered by a past she'd like to forget, suddenly finds herself shoved into a series of dilemmas, on a professional level by having to give emergency treatment to people she hardly believes exist., and on a personal level as she's shoved by coincidence into the arms of a loving older man.
And John Tolliver, the sheriff of a small, peaceful mountain county, suddenly finds himself not only the center of a major disaster, but murder, mischief, and a plot to steal half the county.
James Michael Ford is the fiction penname of Mike Weatherford, a retired Air Force Noncommissioned Officer and a disabled Vietnam veteran. He’s been a writer since high school, but most of that was done for the Air Force or for other companies he’s worked for. Mr. Weatherford is now totally disabled, and commits most of his available time to writing, both fiction and nonfiction.
Mr. Weatherford is married, the father of three, and lives with his family in Colorado Springs, Colorado.