A woman struggling to raise her daughter alone in a small Alaskan town finds her simple existence upended when the father of her child returns. . . .
Sweet Home, Alaska, was once a thriving, idyllic town, where A Stone's Throw Hardware and Haberdashery and the Sisterhood of the Quilt were the cornerstones of the community. Then, in one fatal moment, two young lives were cut short, and everything changed. Now the Stone family businesses have closed, the diner is in the red, and the population has dwindled to 573.
After the tragic accident that took her sister's life, Hope McKnight discovered she was pregnant, and gave up her dreams of college to raise her daughter. When Donovan Stone returns to sell his family's properties and to cut final ties with Sweet Home, he's shocked to find Hope still there--and a single mother. The pull between Hope and Donovan is as powerful as ever. But so are the secrets and lies stemming from that long-ago tragedy. Will they be able to overcome the past, or will the heartbreak of bygone days destroy their love again?
About the Author
Patience Griffin is the award-winning author of the Kilts and Quilts series of contemporary romances. She grew up in a small town along the Mississippi River, enjoying life in a close-knit community. She loves to quilt and has gained national recognition with her September 11 Story Quilt, which has toured the country as the property of the Pentagon, and her extensive collection of commercially available quilting fabrics.
Praise for One Snowy Night
“One Snowy Night pulls readers into an enchanted frozen land filled with people with warm hearts. So curl up with your favorite quilt and read Patience Griffin's newest book.”--Jodi Thomas, New York Times bestselling author
“Heartfelt and homespun! Curl up under a quilt and escape into this hopeful read.”--Lori Wilde, New York Times bestselling author
"Stitched through with heart and hope, One Snowy Night is a story that will renew your faith in love, family, and the possibility of fresh starts. In short, this is the novel we all need right now."--Marie Bostwick, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of The Restoration of Celia Fairchild