Mountains Between Us by Jenny Proctor is the story of two people who have been hurt and are struggling to find better lives. They've been betrayed by family, yet they care about family members and want to help those they love while building a better future for themselves.
...Proctor draws the reader in to experience the emotional conflicts of her characters as they deal with the heart-breaking conflicts in their lives and rise above the hurt that has been inflicted on them. Both Eliza and Henry move forward, but at differing paces to come to term with their losses and the deficiencies in their childhoods. The author doesn t minimize the effort involved in learning to recognize what can t be changed, but can be a starting place for achieving the kind of lives they want.
This book deals with some highly emotional issues, but the author is to be commended for not turning it into a tear jerker. Though the reader will experience emotional pain, he/she will also find it an uplifting move-forward story. --Meridian Magazine
About the Author
Jenny Proctor writes from her home in the mountains of Western North Carolina. She loves being a mom, loves being a writer, and loves being a Mormon in the South. Jenny convinced that the four basic food groups should be fruit, bread, cheese, and chocolate and consumes plenty of each, quite often together. When she isn t writing, Jenny likes to run, swim, and bike (because it balances out the bread, cheese, and chocolate).Mountains Between Us is a reflection of Jenny s love for the Blue Ridge Mountains. She believes the mountains have a way of filling people and making them happy and hopes to share a little of their majesty and spirit through her words.Jenny s first book, The House at Rose Creek, was released in 2013.