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by Erin Healy

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ISBN:
140168551X
Author:
Erin Healy
Category:
Literature & Fiction
Language:
English
Publisher:
Thomas Nelson; First Edition edition (August 6, 2012)
Pages:
384 pages
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1584 kb
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Rating:
4.2
Votes:
402


I definitely did not enjoy this book as much as Erin Healy's other works. Many of the characters seemed undeveloped, which made it hard me to really care about what they did or said.

Ships from and sold by Fifty Third Street Books. I definitely did not enjoy this book as much as Erin Healy's other works. The ending felt very forced and didn't fully wrap up the story.

I have read and really enjoyed other titles by Erin Healy before and purchased House of Mercy fully expecting the same.

She has received wide acclaim for her novels Never Let You Go and The Baker's Wife. She and her family live in Colorado. I have read and really enjoyed other titles by Erin Healy before and purchased House of Mercy fully expecting the same. It was not to be. For the majority of the book I just really didn't understand what was happening to the main character Beth, a self-reliant young woman with something of a savior complex.

In Erin Healy’s newest novel, House of Mercy, the author uses vivid imagery and elegant descriptive style to explore attempts to understand events where we truly want to do what is right in the face of devastating events, but some consequences cannot be avoided. This story is about a young woman named Beth who makes I’ve read Erin Healy’s previous novels and enjoyed them.

Beth saw them turn to the side, and a few moments later, white fingers gripped the edge of the door frame too. That’s him, right? she aske. That’s him, right? she asked Trey. Those are his shoes, he said. Soon the rest of the man appeared, limb by limb, extracting himself from the room by turning over and then pulling his knees up under him, still holding the frame

When Beth’s world falls apart, can she ever be whole again? Beth has a gift of healing-which is why she wants to become a vet and help her family run their fifth-generation cattle ranch. Her father’s dream of helping men in trouble and giving them a second chance is her dream too. But it only takes one foolish decision for Beth to destroy it all. Beth scrambles to redeem her mistake, pleading with God for help, even as a mystery complicates her life. The repercussions grow more unbearable-a lawsuit, a death, a divided family, and the looming loss.

Will there be a sequel to "House of Mercy?" Mark Schabes. 11 May 2018 at 11:21.

Author of e novels < ww. rinhealy. com < Read Erin's blog at ww. Will there be a sequel to "House of Mercy?" Mark Schabes. Erin, I just recently read your book "The Baker's Wife". a hard time understanding the novel. Why did Julie set up an accident?

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When Beth's world falls apart, can she ever be whole again? Beth has a gift of healing-which is why she wants to become a vet and help her family run their fifth-generation cattle ranch. Her father's dream of helping men in trouble and giving them a second chance is her dream too.

The house was steeped in the scent stains of sweat and hay, horses and manure, tanned leather and barbecue smoke. But the ranch house door was shut tight under the cone of the porch light, and the bright window revealed nothing inside but heavy furniture and cluttered tabletops. The men who slept here lived like the bachelors they were. At the back of the house, a different door closed heavily. Jacob was headed out to the bunkhouse to check on Wally already. Beth let her captured breath leave her lungs.

When Beth’s world falls apart, can she ever be whole again?

Beth has a gift of healing—which is why she wants to become a vet and help her family run their fifth-generation cattle ranch. Her father’s dream of helping men in trouble and giving them a second chance is her dream too. But it only takes one foolish decision for Beth to destroy it all.

Beth scrambles to redeem her mistake, pleading with God for help, even as a mystery complicates her life. The repercussions grow more unbearable—a lawsuit, a death, a divided family, and the looming loss of everything she cares about. Beth’s only hope is to find the grandfather she never knew and beg for his help. Confused, grieving, and determined to make amends, she embarks on a horseback journey across the mountains, guided by a wild, unpredictable wolf who may or may not be real.

Set in the stunningly rugged terrain of Southern Colorado,House of Mercyfollows Beth through the valley of the shadow of death into the unfathomable miracles of God’s goodness and mercy.

“Healy has proven she has what it takes to write a fast paced supernatural thriller guaranteed to keep you hooked right until the last page, and beyond.” —TitleTrakk.com

  • Qane
I was surprised by how much I didn't like this book. I have read and really enjoyed other titles by Erin Healy before and purchased House of Mercy fully expecting the same. It was not to be. For the majority of the book I just really didn't understand what was happening to the main character Beth, a self-reliant young woman with something of a savior complex. Too many of the supporting characters were unlikable creating more tension than was enjoyable, and that tension lingered until the very end, and even then, I was left feeling like important questions were left unanswered. The redemption of the unpleasant characters came late, and in some cases too suddenly to make any sense. Ordinarily, when I finish a book, I feel a certain sadness at having to say goodbye to the characters I have spent so many hours with, but I was just surprised that the book was over and wondered if there was a sequel I needed to purchase to see the full resolution. There is not. I suspect that this lack of resolution was an attempt to imitate the uncertainties of life, recognizing that all of our problems do not get tied up with a neat little bow. Beth, the heroine, also experienced growth and transformation through the story. I acknowledge that this was an important component of the story. I did not however rejoice with her because I was too distracted by the open end.
  • Frey
Twenty-two year-old, Beth Borzoi endures a lawsuit, a death, and a divided family. The Blazing B, or the Borzoi ranch, has been around for many years, but it is now in danger. Beth travels through the mountains on a horse to find her grandpa who she never met. She follows a wolf that may or may not be real.
Readers will sympathize with Beth as she learns about mercy and faces all the trials coming her way. They will hate and sympathize with the antagonist. This character is emotionally impactful. Would you do anything to gain the love, attention, and approval of those around you?
Erin details such a clear picture with her words that the settings of her books can actually be seen in the mind.
If you enjoyed the supernatural twist with Christian fiction in this book, you will certainly enjoy my Christian Supernatural Romance trilogy: Immortal Memory. It can be purchased at: http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_i_1_20?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=immortal+memory+sylvia+frances&sprefix=immortal+memory+sylv%2Caps%2C331
  • Brol
Normally not an avid reader of Western-influenced literature, I was pleasantly surprised by this offering from Miss Healy. She has this chameleonic ability to readily adapt to whatever setting influences her thinking and maximizing each book according to its respective plot. I'm currently reading Afloat, and she never ceases to impress.
  • DEAD-SHOT
I was looking for something similar to Ted Dekker and had previously read one that Ted and Erin wrote together. It was really good. So I tried this one out and loved it! Very engaging book and good writing!
  • Early Waffle
Interesting read.
  • Zbr
This is a great book of intrigue as well as love, mercy and forgiveness! What amazing story - it is believable because we all have baggage from our past and we all need the support of those we love - great book!
  • Mbon
I definitely did not enjoy this book as much as Erin Healy's other works. Many of the characters seemed undeveloped, which made it hard me to really care about what they did or said. The ending felt very forced and didn't fully wrap up the story. About half of the way through the book, I even contemplated not reading it any more (although I did eventually finish reading it). If you're looking for a book by Erin Healy that's more exciting and keeps your attention, I'd suggest "The Promises She Keeps" or "Never Let You Go".
One of my favorite Healy books. Very intriguing and great characters.