In 1918, Dusty and Darla's Appalachian relatives are still feuding with their neighbors, deeply superstitious and believe in local folklore. The teen twins deal with it every summer they visit. But this time it’s more serious. Two young women have disappeared into an abandoned mine. The mountain families believe trolls looking for brides are responsible.
Prince Aidan's isolated clan has waited hundreds of years in their mountain cavern 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 alone 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?
In 1900, near Brighton, England, Justin Ramsay wants to fulfill his grandmother's death bed wish, but first must complete a task for his brother or join the military. Elena Bishop wants to raise enough money to save her home. They each have a plan to achieve their desire, but don't realize one person's success means the other person's failure. They have no idea how much trouble they'll face along the way, and they certainly don't anticipate falling in love.
Ultimately the time comes when they must admit they have no real control. Trusting God to take care of the circumstances is the only way to find peace, even if it means Elena and her father will lose their home or Justin is sent to join a military regiment in India. Will God provide a happy ending for both Elena and Justin?
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