After losing her father to whiskey and her mother to cancer, all Prudence has left is skiing. She hitchhikes to a remote ski area in New Mexico - someplace no one would look for her, if they were looking. She manages to land a job with the ski patrol. Their gruff kindness, and the fact that she has nobody else, strengthens her resolve to prove herself on the mountain. So when a blizzard descends as fierce and blinding as God, she refuses to show her fear or be left behind. To her astonishment it is her more experienced colleague who makes a deadly mistake in the storm, leaving Prudence to beg a terrifying kiss.
I listened to the first hour or so of this audiobook as it wandered aimlessly towards what I can only assume was some sort of logical conclusion; eventually I ran out of patience and gave up.
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