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Seventeen-year-old Amy is done being bullied. She’s over being ignored by her grief-stricken dad, and all she wants is to feel like a normal human being — or anyone other than herself — for a while. The last time Amy remembers feeling that was with her Nana in the New Hampshire mountains.
The final straw? A wardrobe malfunction that simply couldn’t be overlooked by the mean girls. Rather than stay and fight, Amy buys a bus ticket and turns her back on her hometown making a run for the mountains.
“You can’t blame yourself.”
Dan would have to disagree. Buried under a weight of grief and guilt, he’s running from memories he’ll never escape. The mountain trails offer sanctuary from his own grieving family, and he takes off with his best friend to hike and confront the demons in his head.
Dan’s life changes when he hears the painful cries of a distressed female. There is nothing like swooping in as a hero to help you forget your own problems for a few minutes.
Will Amy’s impulsive choices get her into serious trouble while she’s far from home?
Will Dan’s redemption hike help him to come to grips with his guilt?
Can an unlikely encounter help two strangers heal?