Florrie Gentry became an orphan before her eleventh birthday, and even the best family in the world couldn’t replace what she’d lost. Ten years later she’s still struggling to fit into the Callahan’s life, and finds it’s even harder at Christmas. So she foregoes her usual trip to Snowy Pines and starts out instead for Boston with her boyfriend, but along the way she changes her mind and ends up hitchhiking along an unfamiliar road. She’s picked-up by her childhood nurse Lola McCauley and quickly learns that Lola is headed for Snowy Pines. Once she’s there Florrie is eager to connect with her adopted family and make peace, but she soon discovers that in Snowy Pines things aren’t ever the way you expected. Now she’s in a town she’s been to dozens of times with family and friends who’ve never seen or heard of her. Only a childhood playmate and Lola McCauley know her true story. Kellany always says you come to Snowy Pines to learn things, but Florrie knows immediately that she’s been ungrateful and unfair to her family so what else is there to learn? And how can she learn it and get Home in Time to spend Christmas in Snowy Pines for real?