The Race for a Snowy Rescue
Walt Colley loves nothing more than watching a good snowstorm settle in.
Except for the chance to help people as best he knows how.
Then one of the kids he takes under his wing goes missing at the worst time, sending Walt out into the night.
Can he bring everyone home safe and keep himself out of trouble at the same time?
A Storms of Future Past Story
Also available in the collection Facing Down Extraordinary
An excerpt from The Best Kind of Teacher:
A Bad Night for a Friend to Go Missing
Harry breathed in deep, then blew out loud enough that Walt held the phone away from his ear.
“You be careful out there, Walt. This snow might not be as bad as they predicted just yet, but with all the rain lately there’s likely to be black ice. We don’t want two of you skidding out.” “I got my own four-wheel drive, and chains if I need ’em. Do me a favor and hold off on sending any more plows out for a bit if you can. I’d hate for them to cover over the very tracks we might need if he did go off the road. I’m heading out right now.”
Silly as Jimmy could be, Walt had never known him to be a careless driver in any kind of weather.
But like anyone just barely nineteen, he didn’t hardly have enough behind-the-wheel experience to tell for sure.