Title: Cherished Mercy
Author: Tracie Peterson
Release Date: September 5, 2017
Description from Goodreads: “After surviving the Whitman Massacre as a child, Mercy still prays for peace between the native peoples and the white settlers of Oregon Territory. Longing for purpose, she travels to another mission to help a friend. There she meets Adam, a handsome young minister. When tragedy strikes yet again, Mercy and Adam must rely on their faith to make it out alive.”
Review: Cherished Mercy was a wonderfully intense book. I have loved Mercy from the beginning of this series and was really excited to read her story; I was not disappointed. This book was wonderful, heartfelt, and at times very sad and suspenseful. This book made me tear and get Goosebumps.
I loved Mercy’s relationships with Eletta, Isaac, and Faith as well as Adam and the Tututni. She truly loved everyone, no matter their skin color. The way she defended the Tututni with her own life was heroic and beyond brave. I also loved how well she and Adam complimented each other. Their love story was engaging and sweet. Their shared love for Faith was inspiring to read.
*I received an advanced copy of this book from the publisher. A positive review was not required. All opinions are my own.*