It's The Mountain Way
About the Book
It’s the Mountain Way is a coming-of-age story filled with suspense and memories of first love. Savannah Benjamin, born and raised in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee, knew the ways of the mountain. She had only experienced the outside world from the books she read. But books couldn’t teach her how first love felt, or explain why some people who seemed good were not always trustworthy. They didn’t tell her that teenagers could be mean or unfriendly. These lessons she had to learn for herself. Set in 1983, marrying young was not unusual in the isolated hollows and villages of the mountains. At fourteen, Savannah was no longer a child, but not yet an adult. Her mother had married at fifteen, she wanted more for her daughter. Horace Jenks, the local moonshiner, had other plans for Savannah.
About the Author
Dr. Donna Bevans holds a Doctorate Degree in Clinical Psychology and retired after over twenty-five years in private practice in Orange County and Palm Desert, California. She is a member of The National League of American Pen Women, Laguna Beach Branch. Her writing credits include Whatever It Takes, a suspense/mystery, So. . . you want to write a book, an instructional manual for the beginning writer, four children’s books and several short stories and poems. Originally from Cape Cod, Massachusetts, she and her husband currently live in Laguna Woods and Cathedral City, California. The author can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or through her webpage at www.donnabevans.net.