Book Review | Endless Mercy

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Endless Mercy by Tracie Peterson and Kimberley Woodhouse.

Book Blurb

Madysen Powell has always been a forgiving person, but when her supposedly dead father shows up in Nome, Alaska, her gift for forgiveness is tested. With the recent loss of her mother, she searches for answers, leaning on Granny Beaufort, a neighbor in town, who listens with a kind heart. Still, Madysen is restless and dreams of performing her music around the world. The arrival of a traveling show could prove just the chance she needs, and the manager promises more than she ever dreamed.

Daniel Beaufort arrives in Nome, searching for his own answers after the gold rush leaves him with only empty pockets. Still angry about the death of his loved ones, he longs to start fresh but doesn’t have high hopes until he ends up helping at the Powell dairy making cheese. Drawn to the beautiful redhead with big dreams, will deceptions from the past tear apart any hope for the future?

From Goodreads

Danielle’s Review

Endless Mercy is the second book in the Treasures of Nome series and it was really good. The three book series would be best read all together since book two is more of a continuation of Forever Hidden. I loved that the characters from Forever Hidden appeared in Endless Mercy.

Although the story started out slow, Daniel and Madysen are such dynamic characters that I couldn’t help but root for them from the beginning. However, once Maddy’s older sister encountered a dangerous situation (trigger warning), the story took on a depth that captured my attention. Not only could I not put the book down after that, now I can’t wait for Book Three.

Endless Mercy is a story of anger, forgiveness, and mercy. The Powells are a complicated family and whether they can survive the storms that keep rolling their way is what this story is all about.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from NetGalley and Bethany House Publishers. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with FTC guidelines.

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