Title: The Vow
Author: Rebecca Winters
Release Date: January 1, 2008
Size: 288 pages, 4×6, softcover
I’ve loved you more than any man has ever loved a woman. If I get out of this alive, I vow never to let a day or night go by without telling you that.
When his plane goes down in a Montana blizzard, pilot Nick Marsden is stranded with little more than notepaper, a pen and his memories. As he struggles to stay alive, he recalls the past in barely legible letters to his wife, Stefanie. Nick’s always believed that actions speak louder than words. But now words are all he has.
It all comes back: their tumultuous high school courtship, the disapproval of family and friends, a separation that almost undid them. And their marriage— with its many blessings and a loss for which Nick has always blamed himself.
Now he must fight the odds again to return to Stefanie. And there are three words he has to say to her when he does….
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I’ve always loved Rebecca Winter’s work and when I first started writing novels she provided me with a great deal of support and encouragement through a group we both belonged to. I’ll definitely go looking for this book. She’s such a popular writer, I’m sure it won’t be hard to find.
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