They chose their own roads, but they couldn't change their destination. . . Twenty years ago, Vanessa Massey couldn't wait to graduate from high school and make her small hometown of Danton Hill a distant memory--despite an indelible friendship she'd recently forged.
But life has largely ignored her plans, and time has summoned her back to the shores of Lake Ontario for a school reunion that could change everything.
After four years as Danton Hill High's resident outcast, Adam Blackburn went on to a successful career in New York City.
Yet now he's drawn homeward for a reunion he's surprisingly curious to attend--if he and his car survive the fierce summer storm that's hit.
Adam always hated storms and their destruction. And sure enough, he soon collides with another vehicle in the blinding rain.
But it turns out the driver is the one person he'd hoped to see: Vanessa.
Reunited by Mother Nature, the two take shelter in an abandoned farmhouse where they are forced to decipher their unresolved history.
Together, they'll unravel the twists of fate that have brought them to the present--and discover the remarkable truth that may carry them through the future. . . Praise for Joseph Pittman's A Christmas Wish "A wonderful Christmas story of moving on beyond grief and loss." --"RT Book Reviews," 4 1/2 Stars "This gentle read is big on heart." --"Library Journal"
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 324 pages
- Publisher: Kensington Publishing
- Publication Date: 28/05/2013
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9780758276988