It has been years since Alice lost her mother to cancer, but she still hasn’t recovered. The three things that give her any peace at all are writing and playing music, her best friend Claire, and her loving boyfriend Blaze. Sadness covers her like a blanket and prevents her from enjoying some of the new things going on in her life.Alice’s father has remarried and he and his new wife are expecting a baby. Alice feels nothing but resentment toward Victoria, the new wife, and the baby that is on the way. When Ivy finally does arrive, Alice doesn’t even go to the hospital to see her and doesn’t want anything to do with her once she comes home.Alice is devastated when her father tells her the whole family is going to visit Victoria’s parents over Thanksgiving break. She is forced to ride the whole way sitting next to Ivy in the backseat acting as a human pacifier in order to keep her quiet. While Thanksgiving is relatively painless, Alice is ready to get back home. With her father called away for a work emergency, Victoria and Alice must make the drive home alone. A big winter storm is moving into the area fast and Victoria decides to leave a little early to stay ahead of it. Alice takes a Tylenol PM to prepare herself for the ride so she can get some sleep and not be expected to talk to Victoria or take care of Ivy. When she wakes up with the car stuck in the middle of nowhere surrounded by nothing but white, she realizes she may have made a mistake. Maybe she should have been paying attention.Lisa Schroeder weaves together individual poems to create a heart-wrenching story of love, loss, and healing. Alice is forced to take stock of her life and decide what really matters. Working together with Victoria becomes a necessity, not only for their survival, but for Ivy’s survival as well. Alice’s struggle with her family and faith come alive for the reader as we experience everything through her eyes. The relationship between Alice and Blaze is refreshing. The devotion the two have for each other is rare for two teenagers in this day and age. Readers will be brought to tears while reading this incredible story of personal triumph and transformation. For more information about Lisa Schroeder and her books visit her website at http://www.lisaschroederbooks.com.