Come Snowfall book cover.

A boy with a gift, a woman desperate to reach Vegas, an insomniac at the wheel.

The year is 2007 and the Stardust Casino is scheduled for demolition. Grace's chance to see the icon from her past one last time fades, after the car she's driving breaks down outside Little Rock, Arkansas. But on their way to the Grand Canyon, Ray and his eleven-year-old son, Benny, stop to help, and before Grace has time to talk herself out of it, she accepts their offer to take her to Las Vegas. As Ray's classic Olds Cutlass eats up miles of highway, Grace can't shake the feeling the boy controls the journey and something greater than their physical selves is riding shotgun.

At a gas stop in Oklahoma, Benny knocks over a garbage can and discovers a bag full of money. It's not long before the man who hid the bag is on their tail, demanding its return. But despite Ray's efforts to comply, nobody anticipates the resourcefulness of a boy like Benny, launching father, son, and Grace "...on the trip of a lifetime, with unexpected, often hilarious, results."  ~Patricia Day, 5-Star Readers' Favorite

(Previously published as Father, Son & Grace.)

Readers Favorite 5 Star award.

Available in ebook, paperback, and hardcover.

What readers are saying:

"The characters are down to earth, witty, and insightful. In fact, I wrote down several lines to reference, as I maneuver through life's daily challenges and choices. The relationship between Benny and Grace is a delight. The father/son dynamic is a pleasure to watch unfold. I highly recommend this book and look forward to reading more books by this author."

"It's not that I couldn't put it down, I didn't want to. The characters, the scenes, and the senses live and move from page to page, every character motivated to help the others -- even the bad guy."

"What a fun book to read! I didn't want to put it down. I loved the characters, especially the son Benny. What would they get themselves into next? A pleasant surprise and a great book to read while traveling."

"...humor, lines from old movies ... and Native American culture add richness and intrigue. I normally read mystery and thriller novels, yet I LOVED this book."