Hard Mountain

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 346 pages
  • Hard Mountain
  • J. Helen Elza
  • 20 May 2017

About the Author: J. Helen Elza

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Hard Mountain Family is the most important thing in the world Diana, Princess of Wales s 1 best selling author of Rosemillion, J Helen Elza, has captivated hearts worldwide with her first romantic saga, The Appalachian Trilogy In the author s own words, I work to give my readers than good books they can read, I work to give them unforgettable narratives they can feel To followers and newcomers alike, the author guarantees, You will feel Hard Mountain This emotional epic of trials and tragedy will rip at your heartstrings With twists and turns than West Virginia s US Route 33, Hard Mountain keeps readers guessing beyond the shocking betrayals that rock Widows Hollow and that put the importance of family to the ultimate test It is 1975, vandals plague Rose s SS Ranch While portents and nightmares add to the horrors, The Train Man returns He knows trespassers have become a greater menace to Rose and Jan than the accident that has crippled them, a threat that possesses the power to steal their dreams if not their lives And to The Train Man, Quayle Johnson s, mind, Rose and Jan are than friends They are family. Free Download [ Hard Mountain ] Author [ J. Helen Elza ] For Kindle ePUB or eBook – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Hard Mountain

  1. Connie S. Jones says:

    Hard MountainA wonderfully written book Great characters, you will love them all Rose McKinley a God fearing mountain women and her family and friends will steal your heart Its all about love, hope, faith, caring and most importantly believing and taking God at his word.

  2. Jean Sheffield says:

    Great ReadingThe third book in the Appalachian Trilogy was absolutely fantastic Rose and her family, both families, show their love and support of each other I really hated to see the story come to the end.