When Mountains Move

Nightmares of the past haunt Millie, keeping her up at night and leaving her afraid of the future. Her past has not only left her hurting and scarred, but it’s now threatening her newlywed life. She deals with past identity issues, poor career-path choices, and even detrimental relationships, all having the potential to harm her marriage. Teen and adult women can learn a lot from Millie’s broken past and find strength in her healing. Cantrell does a good job with character development, although the plot is somewhat predictable. This book is set in the 1940s but makes little mention of World War II. Readers should be aware that there are mature themes but no graphic scenes. This book also includes a section in the back with discussion topics and writing prompts that make it a great choice for book clubs. TLB