Jaya and Mina: New Ground in Oak Branch Woods

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AuthorHouse, 2004 - Fiction - 340 pages
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His first love.

Her second chance at happiness.

A new threat to Oak Branch Woods draws them together...

And tears apart lives and loves in both their worlds.

None of the inhabitants of Oak Branch Woods could have foreseen their condemned home becoming a safe haven in which to raise their children. Now, a new generation enjoys the peace and innocence their parents never knew. 

But after decades of hunting and deforestation, the damage is done. Winter ravages the nature preserve with food becoming scarce as populations grow, forcing hungry creatures out.

Marissa and Bobbin are divided when trusting old friends means misleading their children about Oak Branch's past. Tracker and the Tunlers choose pride over friendship for survival. And while working together allowed their true feelings for each other to surface, an intervention by Game Management during the C.E.R.'s attempts to improve conditions again places Laura Holling and Jack Roderick on opposite sides.

Upon his sister's desperate request, Jaya seeks out food in a human neighborhood. Meeting Mina, he discovers how squirrels survive in a dangerous, new environment, their real enemies, and more about his own world as he explores hers in this sequel to My Marissa: Home Again.

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Contents

Now and Then
1
Choices
13
Realities
25
Scars
39
The Other Side
54
Secrets
67
Out of Context
81
Whereabouts
96
Better Judgement
180
Scenarios
193
Deterioration
209
Human Error
224
Hindsight
239
Business As Usual
255
Name Value
270
Loyalties
283

Throwbacks
112
Blind Eyes
126
Agendas
139
Second Opinions
153
Lines of Duty
167
The Greater Good
296
Final Answers
305
New Ground
319
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