- By Foy W. Minson

Mama Bear: It's not real smart to take Baby Bear and leave Mama Bear alive to come after you

  • Title: Mama Bear: It's not real smart to take Baby Bear and leave Mama Bear alive to come after you
  • Author: Foy W. Minson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Mama Bear It s not real smart to take Baby Bear and leave Mama Bear alive to come after you After an earthquake leaves Angela and her family trapped in the wreckage of a collapsed house in the mountain wilderness of California s northwest she is forced to watch would be rescuers take her yo

    After an earthquake leaves Angela and her family trapped in the wreckage of a collapsed house in the mountain wilderness of California s northwest, she is forced to watch would be rescuers take her young teenage daughter away to a world they allude to as one of pure hell But the abductors make a serious mistake they leave Angela alive to come after them After Angela gaiAfter an earthquake leaves Angela and her family trapped in the wreckage of a collapsed house in the mountain wilderness of California s northwest, she is forced to watch would be rescuers take her young teenage daughter away to a world they allude to as one of pure hell But the abductors make a serious mistake they leave Angela alive to come after them After Angela gains her freedom, she must choose between freeing her husband and uncle, both seriously injured, or going after her daughter and her abductors Opting for the only acceptable choice, she leaves the men as potential bear bait and strikes out on the trail that is fading with each breath she takes But if she can find them, and if force is the only way she can gain her daughter s freedom, can she overcome the obsessive aversion to violence she has never even explained to her husband Can she rescue her daughter no matter what it takes

    1 thought on “Mama Bear: It's not real smart to take Baby Bear and leave Mama Bear alive to come after you

    1. I hope this really doesn't happenI lived in Washington and Oregon for 12 years and the way the author described the woods is so dead on. The book just kept you hooked.

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