Can whales watch the humans who watch them? Miranda Jones is convinced they can and do. She's looking forward to her day of whale-watching off California's Central Coast. In preparation for a painting commission, she'll be photographing the migrating gray whales.
The day-trip starts out peacefully enough. But the tables are turned when a whale of a different species turns out to be watching her. A rogue boat out of control...a rogue whale out of his normal location...what happens next will blow you right out of the water! Don't miss the story before the story...the short story that happens right before Book Two, Where the Heart Lives. Though the audiobook stands alone, it also introduces Book Two of the Milford-Haven Novels, the critically acclaimed, popular series, a multi-generational saga.
Based on Purls BBC Radio drama Milford-Haven U.S.A.
A grand tale of whales and their beauty. Well written and performed with feeling. A lot of facts added in to weave the story.