Working in a national park shouldn't be so complicated and stressful. Spectacular waterfalls, lush meadows, and pristine forest provide a setting like none other for two people unexpectedly attracted to each other. Kristjana Bay is a waitress for the main dining hall in Willow Camp. She has made her best effort to move forward from a toxic relationship with a co-worker. But the busy spring and summer season is just getting started at White Rock National Park. Strange attacks and employee behavior present major challenges. Adding to curiosity is the arrival of a new park ranger. A mysterious and abrasive man, hired to help with recent crime. During an era when budgets are tight, and a rogue head administrator makes critical errors, the patience and safety of everyone is tested. An inconvenient but passionate relationship has Kris wondering if things are as they seem, or if callous rumors about her new lover are true. Michael's distraction with Kris comes with a heavy price. And just when disappearances and attacks seem to fray the very last of everyone's nerves, further disaster complicates the situation. By the the end of it all, Kris will have to decide if the cost of staying at the park is worth the price of her life.
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About the Author
McKenzie started writing short stories in elementary school, and grew to love reading and writing romance as a shy tomboy growing up in the Bay Area of California. She enjoys the outdoors with her two active Labrador Retrievers. McKenzie has spent a great deal of time hiking, exploring and developing a passion for the Sierra Nevada Mountains. After living in rural Nevada for many years she turned her attention toward the Rocky Mountains of Montana, where today she calls home. When she isn't writing or illustrating, McKenzie spends time woodworking and using environmentally safe finishing products.