For fans of sexy, brooding ice divers
Motorcycle Club bad boys turned firefighters
Tall, dark, and silent wilderness guides
And cops with hearts of gold...
The end is just the beginning.
What happens after happily ever after? Now that the murderer has been caught and the arsonist is behind bars, the town of Simpson, Colorado has returned to its sleepy, picturesque former glory. Yet for the heroes of Search & Rescue, work is never done...
...especially not if the extraordinary women if their lives have anything to say about it.
Told in alternating chapters focusing on four unforgettable romances, this slice-of-life novella catches up with fan favorites from Katie Ruggle's Search & Rescue series—proving once and for all that the end is just the beginning.
After the End is the fun and heart-warming epilogue novella to the exciting Search & Rescue series by Katie Ruggle.
Oh how cool is this! I wasn’t expecting to find a neat little long epilogue to the Search & Rescue series, but there it was just in time to get readers jazzed for the author’s new K-9 Rescue series. A brief drop in with all four couples to see how they are fairing in romantic mountain bliss left me smiling and sighing.
This is a freebie extra that caps off the end of the Search and Rescue series and gives an introductory teaser to the first of the Rocky Mountain K-9 Unit series. I enjoyed how the author divided up the seasons with each former pair of main characters getting their update. Winter has Lou and Callum out on an ice rescue run while Callum figures out how to unfreeze his tongue to pop a question, Ian and Rory fight a fire and then their next fire call leaves Rory gasping with surprise in the Spring, while in the summer, George and Ellie go on a dog-thieving mission before Ellie startles George with some new, and finally the fall brings a near death experience for Chris and Daisy when she proves she can be out in the great big world afterall.
Loved this look-in. It’s short. The vignettes only take up a third of the location on my e-reader, but worth snagging for fans of the series. Can’t wait to dive into the next series of books set with the K-9 officers of the mountain area.
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