But God had other plans for Savannah.
God blessed her with a gift for music. Angel songs, she called them: pure musical inspiration that flows from her heart to the piano keys. Driven to share that music with the world, Savannah changes her name and runs away to New York City where she becomes a star. But Savannah stole something very precious from Riley and kept it a secret. She was pregnant with their unborn son.
Seven years late, on a quiet road in upstate New York, Savannah and six-year-old Ryan are involved in a devastating car accident. In two precious minutes she loses everything. She holds her son's hand while he dies. Ryan's last thought was of Riley. Broken in body and spirit, Savannah exists in a haze of denial and pain. Barely able to move, hardly capable of rational thought, one icy winter day Savannah finds herself back in Montana. Snow is falling fast, bitter and cold from the upcoming October storm. Her hand is on the door to Graystone Heights, her childhood home. The giant ski lodge has been deserted for years.
But behind her a dog growls. She isn't alone...
Graystone is Riley's home now and he hates her for leaving. But he hates Savannah even more for stealing away his son. Ryan wasn't a secret, after all. Riley knew the truth. He loved Ryan with all his broken heart.
They need a miracle.