A young bride who has suffered horrible abuses is carrying a secret that could destroy her new marriage and her hope for her future. That is how Julie Cantrell’s powerful new novel, WHEN MOUNTAINS MOVE, opens.
In this story, which stands alone, we meet Millie (From Julie’s best-selling, award-winning first novel, INTO THE FREE) once again. This time, Millie has a big mountain between her and her new husband. Secrets, lies and a friend who may very well be an enemy, threaten to destroy this sweet, new union.
However, where there is love there is hope. And where there is faith, even mountains can move.
Don’t miss Millie’s beautiful journey in the wilds of the Colorado Rockies in the spring of 1943. It will cut right to your heart, and give you plenty to ponder about intimacy, marriage, faith and devotion.
Finally, this is an ideal book club choice. The questions for groups that come in the back of the book are some of the best I’ve ever read. Get discussing Millie’s story with your friends!
————————————————————————————————————— In honor of When Mountains Move, Julie has a special giveaway for us this week: As a special treat, I’ve got an authentic Choctaw medicine bag up for grabs. It was made by artisans with the Mississippi Band of Choctaw. Some of you may wonder what a medicine bag is exactly. Many of my Choctaw friends wear a bag around their neck, beneath their shirts. They wear this every day, usually concealed from the general public. Each person’s bag holds a private collection of special items, and no one tells anyone else what is in his/her own bag. Items enclosed may include a snippet of hair from a loved one, a rock or small stick from a special, sacred place, protective herbs, etc. If you’d like to enter the drawing to receive your very own Choctaw medicine bag, please comment below including your email address so I can be sure to contact the winner. Your medicine bag will come with no contents, and I encourage you to find a few special tokens to put in your bag. Special symbols that show what is important to you…something to represent your faith, your family, your friends, and yourself. As the Choctaw say, Yakokih! ———————————————————————————————————————– – See more at: http://www.southernbelleviewdaily.com
For more info. on Beth Webb Hart and her novels go to www.bethwebbhart.com