Twenty-nine-year-old Holly Franklin had recently moved from Florida to Colorado. She and her boyfriend, Josh, now worked in the same branch office of the bank they’d worked for in Florida. Sooner, or later, Holly knew Josh would propose. But on a rare autumn weekday off, the weather and outdoors beckoned and Holly decided to go for a four-hour hike in the mountains. The trail she decided to take was an easy loop, and she knew she would be home by afternoon. But a wrong turn le Holly to a dead end. Trying to cut across the forest and connect to the right trail, Holly became lost, and as the sun began to set, a snowstorm started. Lost, cold, frightened, and exhausted Holly sat down, then fell asleep. Camper Pete Jackson found her and brought her back to his camp and out of the growing storm. As the storm raged on, Holly and Pete, marooned together in Pete’s tent, get to know each other, and Holly is forced to look at her life. When the storm ends, Holly returns to civilization, but she is haunted by the things she learned about herself while stuck in the storm. Holly must decide whether she wants to live her life the way she’s been told she should and wait for Josh to propose, or pursue what might only be a dream.
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Anna Leigh lives in suburban Maryland. She enjoys musical theater, loves to travel, and cares for small animals. She also enjoys fitness activities and has completed numerous Spartan challenges.