Snow Eagle Down


A Novel by Nancy Veldman


“Snow Eagle Down” by Nancy Veldman
On a snow covered mountain, in the midst of one of the worst snow storms in the history of Montana, a small plane lay nestled in the trees near a frozen lake. One wing was gone. The nose of the plane was shoved inward, and there was no sign of life But inside the plane were Elizabeth Stone, a consultant for Fortune 500 companies, ad Dr. Jim Wilson, a cardiologist. Two people thrown together in a fight for their lives and no one knew where they were. Elizabeth had a booming business and was sought out by the highest ranking companies to fine the problem and fix it. Jim Wilson was a highly esteemed heart surgeon. They had one thing in common and that was a mutual friend named Leigh Miller, who was determined that they were a perfect match. Over a dinner table at Leigh’s house Jim met Elizabeth and found out she was a pilot. He talked her into flying him home so that he could get to know her better. It seemed like the ideal date But what it turned out to be was a ticket for death. Life takes crazy turns, and this one day a plane was taken down on the side of a snow covered mountain No radio communication. Nothing. The stories of her great grandfather, who was a full-blooded Sioux, came rushing back as Elizabeth fought to survive the cold. The snow never stopped falling, covering their tracks. A story of human survival and endurance, you won’t be disappointed. But underneath the coat of survival, there was a dance, a push-pull of two hearts seeking to become one. And the proverbial wall that Elizabeth had built around her oh-so-perfect life came tumbling down like the white snow that made them invisible. They found themselves alone on the side of a mountain with the last words she spoke across the radio to anyone who would hear; “Snow Eagle Down.”


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