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If you'd like to read the first chapter of Finding Mercy, go HERE.
Ever since I finished the first book in this trilogy, I have been waiting for this one to come out. The first book ended with a major cliffhanger that made you want tor read the next book, but it wasn't out.
This book picks up where the first book left off and has as much excitement and intrigue as the first. It was a fast read for me, even with it not being my favorite genre' of suspense. The heroine of the story continues to get herself in and out of trouble through the book, and there are several surprises in the story.
I obviously wasn't around in the time period of the Civil War, but I felt the authors did a great job of not just telling a story, but of showing what the attitudes were most likely like in the South towards former slaves, and the difficulties the slaves faced of being free people.
Both books have been great so far in this trilogy, but this one was even better than the first. I highly recommend.