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Coming Home - Rocky Mountain Front #4 - cover

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Coming Home - Rocky Mountain Front #4

Casey Dawes

Publisher: Mountain Vines Publishing

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Summary

Veteran Jen Torres's latest fight might be her toughest. 
  
For Jen the Nature Fund in Montana is a chance to readjust to civilian life. But she doesn't feel like she fits in, especially when a fellow employee takes every opportunity to snipe at her. Is he threatened by her gender, ex-military status, the color of her skin, or all of the above? 
Ignoring his negativity, she initiates the idea of running a fishing program for disabled vets. If she succeeds, she'll have more standing in the organization and can do more of the fieldwork she craves. But like much in life, things don't go exactly as planned. 
  
First, she has to stand in front of her fellow soldiers, many who'd been in more senior positions, and act like she's in charge. Second, there is her annoying attraction to Cameron Beck, in spite of her vow never to get involved with another vet. Then there is her concern for one of the men who seems to be losing the battle long after he left the war.  
  
Will she be able to survive the swirling waters around her? Or will the current pull her back into the perceived safety of the military life? 
  
A woman's fiction novel based on real events, Coming Home examines the phenomenal strength it takes for our military veterans to come to terms with civilian life.

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