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Mountain Prophecy

By Linda Hoover


In 1918, Dusty and Darla's Appalachian relatives still feud with their neighbors, are deeply superstitious and believe in local folklore. The teen twins deal with it every summer. But this time two young women have disappeared into an abandoned mine, and the mountain families believe trolls looking for brides are responsible.

Prince Aidan's isolated clan has waited hundreds of years for the fulfillment of a prophecy that says a heavenly being will come to them, marry the prince and lead them to a better life. After catching a glimpse of Darla, Aidan knows it’s only a matter of time.

Darla believes God has called her to rescue whoever-or whatever-lives in the mine. Dusty wants to keep her from being the next victim. Will she be savior or sacrifice?

Book Takeaway:

Dusty and Darla had to learn to trust God for his leading rather than rush in to save the day. The other characters came to realize everyone has value and were able to set aside prejudice to work together in the end.

Why the author wrote this book:

I wrote a middle grade serial for a newspaper that had some of the elements of this story. I liked it so much I turned it into a full-length novel. The characters are fun and each decide for themselves how they want to respond to the conflict around them.


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