Bereft of hope, Austan Sandoval immerses himself in the world of espionage to unite with one of the most evil men in the drug industry and his stunning daughter in order to secure safety for the woman he has already lost. Oblivious to the danger their guardian holds at bay, Suvi and James struggle against the mundane until malevolent forces beyond their control cause hellBereft of hope, Austan Sandoval immerses himself in the world of espionage to unite with one of the most evil men in the drug industry and his stunning daughter in order to secure safety for the woman he has already lost. Oblivious to the danger their guardian holds at bay, Suvi and James struggle against the mundane until malevolent forces beyond their control cause hell to erupt. Suvi, James, and Austan will struggle to survive as separation, death, guilt, and revenge rip them apart and scatter their broken hearts and bodies over the battlefield of life. In the conclusion to the Bending Willow Trilogy, the infinite powers of darkness and light are explored and come full circle in the lives of these characters as they discover that when all seems lost, the only hope comes from unseen Hands of Mercy....
|Title||:||hands of mercy|
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|Number of Pages||:||298 Pages|
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hands of mercy Reviews
Hands of Mercy is my favorite of the Bending Willow Trilogy. That doesn’t happen very often when it comes to a series of books. But this series just kept getting better and better. This book was well written and flowed beautifully. There’s never a dull moment. Ms. Stastny knows how to keep the reader engaged. In the middle, I couldn’t see how there could possibly be a happy ending. Some parts were very hard to read. The author promised there would be a happy ending, so I kept reading and I’m glad I did. I loved the way the author tied up all the loose ends and granted each character a happy ending. It was a satisfying conclusion to a nail biting story.I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.
In the final book in the Bending Willow Trilogy, James and Suvi are married and starting a family. In this one, it's James's time to shine, and while the triangle between Suvi, James, and Austan continues, in many ways, it's James's story, and a good one at that. Though I didn't always agree with his choices, I enjoyed his transformation as he struggled to face his demons--both literal and figurative. Given my preference for thrillers, I gravitated more toward the action sequences than the romance ones, but I found it a satisfying conclusion to the series.
A great conclusion to an emotional, fast-paced trilogy. I have really grown to love and know the characters. They aren't one-dimensional, and I like that. The "good" guys have real struggles and the "bad" guys have relate-able wants and ambitions. This book is heavy at times, and deals with more mature situations, but if you like an intense read, lessons in redemption and such, check out this series.
Best story everThis trilogy has been so enjoyable to read. It's full of suspense and a true love story. The characters are portrayed very well, and of course good overcomes evil. It makes me do grateful for our Savior, Jesus Christ.
Wow! Just when you think things can't get any crazier for the newly wed Hinton's things go into hyperdrive! Once again Suvi is forced to go into hiding because of threats from "the Dragon". Only this time she had a small colicky infant. In an attempt to give Suvi more time to escape with Austin, James tries a diversion tactic that ends up sending him into the hands of "the Dragon" and an adventure he never bargained for. This book will keep you up at night, hoping for a happy ending for this couple. And I am all about happy endings (not perfect, but happy)!
The third in the series, I really liked how Stastny tied everything together. I just really love Stastny's writing! I enjoyed every page of this book (and series). I enjoyed the characters and the twists and turns in the story. Each book got better and better and I loved this one! I really enjoyed the writing and the character development. Stastny's writing is fantastic. I agree with an Amazon reviewer who said that some of the book is hard to read - there is some graphic violence, but it kept me completely engaged and wanting to keep reading. Thanks for another great read!
I must admit I was frustrated with the story. How much could Suvi and James endure? Didn't they deserve a happy ever after? Yet it was through James' sacrifice that a chance to describe Christ's sacrifice that made the book worthwhile. *I was giving a free copy in exchange for an honest review.** Full review at http://tonishiloh.weebly.com/blog/ben... *** Some may find this book offensive. There is use of bad language and allusion to intimacy.