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Mountain Mishap

Narrated by: Jennifer Groberg
Length: 5 hrs and 33 mins
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Anna Allen grew up in the Charleston Orphan House, but at 18, she must now leave. Her best option is to wed, and when a man from the Appalachian Mountains comes looking for a wife, she hesitantly agrees to marry him. However life with Elbert Ramsey and his father turns out to be miles from her dreams.

In 1851, Levi West decides to go stay with his brother in the Appalachian Mountains. His parents had died, leaving the farm in debt, and a brazen woman had caused a rift between him and his best friend.

Although his sister-in-law’s younger sister acts almost as bad, Levi finds he loves the rugged mountains. When a hunting accident endangers his life, help comes from an unexpected source. Dare he hope for a family of his own or will another woman just disappoint him again?

©2017 Janice Cole Hopkins (P)2019 Janice Cole Hopkins

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Entertaining & Moving; highly recommend

Very well-written and narrated story of life in the remote North Carolina mountains in early 1850's. Characters and relationships are developed. The novel moves along at a good pace but it's thorough - I always knew where Hopkins had us. I liked the descriptions and dialogue. Narrator did a great job on the accents, emotions and differentiating the characters. Looking forward to Hopkins' next novel and hope she teams with Groberg again.

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Wonderful Storyline

This was a great story and I found myself using every spare moment to hear more. The images of life in the mountains in those early days drew me in. I sympathized with the main character at times and wanted to yell at her other times!! Overall it was a brilliant telling of a romantic tale in morally sound way. I recommend this book for fans of historical fiction, fans of romance, and fans of Christian books. More Please!

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