Of all things, a blizzard isn’t what Tasha Endicott expected. Rather than spending her weekend at a glitzy dance, she’s stranded with the Macdonalds at their country home. Thurly Macdonald is certainly handsome, but his quiet life of faith is a far cry from Tasha’s modern tastes. But Tasha soon finds her heart drawn to a love she’s never known but desperately needs. Can she abandon her world for his?
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Anastasia "Tasha" Endicott is a pampered girl of wealth, taking the train to a dance at a friend's country estate. But it is winter, and a terrible snowstorm delays her train. Anastasia is dressed for the dance, in a beautiful dress and gold shoes with real diamonds. She is expecting her friends to greet her at the train station in Stonington, and gets off at her scheduled stop -- only to find that the station is closed for the night, and thick snow covers everything, and no one can get through on the snow-covered roads. Her friends have not come, she is all alone, and very inadequately dressed for the blizzard. She loses one of her pretty shoes in the snow, and is huddled forlornly against the locked building, calling against the howling wind and swirling snow . . . when a tall dark figure looms over her. She has been found by handsome Thurly MacDonald, a football star and young preacher, who is on his way to visit parishioners who need him, and has found young Tasha Endicott alone in the cold and snow, missing one of her golden diamond-covered shoes. And so ends Chapter One . . . to find out what happens next, to this young pair lost in the snowstorm, you will have to read the book! I really enjoyed this book. I give it 4 stars, because while I loved it, and was glad I bought it, some of her other books are a bit better. But this is highly recommended . . .