A short story about grief, anger, forgiveness, and the courage to let go.
Miranda Stevens' fiance' skipped town two days before the wedding. Two years later, after meeting Brady Watson, she's ready to move on.
Brady Watson's anger toward the drunk driver responsible for his wife's death has turned into grief. Three years later, Brady still clings to his sorrow.
Can Miranda help Brady find the strength to relinquish his grief and embrace a new beginning? Could the answer be found in something as simple as a cluster of Jonquils blooming in the snow?
After an ice storm hits Piketon, large limbs litter Miranda Stevens' yard. She contacts Brady's Tree Service. Instantly attracted to the tall, gentle man with honey-colored eyes, she invites him in for hot cocoa. Miranda senses Brady's grief, but Brady is quiet and close-mouthed about his past.
When Brady spills the beans about his wife's tragic death and his persistent grief, Miranda offers him a simple solution...found in the pretty Jonquil blooms bursting through the snow.
Will Brady find the to courage to seize the hope Miranda offers? Hope for a new beginning.
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Jonquils in the Snow by Laurean Brooks