Featherbeds and Snowstorms

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Alexandra was a very tall lady who lived alone on a mountain above Lake Tahoe doing hand crafts for a living. She had been told many times that she was much too tall for loving and so kept away from society except once every 3 months to take her crafts to her friends who sold them. She saved the life of a man that had amnesia. They fell in love but Alexandra gave him Sandra, her Papa’s name for her, as Papa loved her. Not the one on her mailbox where he had been dumped. That way he wouldn’t be back after he left. She wanted no embarrassing repeat visits.

John Weaver III was tired of society and was about to build his home, the Aerie, on a mountain above Lake Tahoe. As he was driving up to oversee the building of his log home, he stopped to help a pregnant woman changing a flat tire. It was a setup and he was knocked out, robbed and dumped in front of Alex’s home unconscious in the winter.

She and her dogs took him into her home where she saved his life and they fell in love while he was regaining his memory. They were quite close during those four days but Alexandra had those many young years of being told she was only friendship material to make her question his love. So when his memory began returning, she took him to the hospital and disappeared.

John then had to find his love, and once he found Sandra, and finally gained peace knowing she loved him and trusted his love, makes for interesting reading.

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