Streams of Mercy by Lauraine Snelling
In Blessing North Dakota, Anji Baard Moen returns to the community that she grew up. She had moved to Norway with her husband but the untimely death left her widowed with several children and thousands of miles away from her family. As tragedy hits this small community, Anji rekindles a friendship she had years ago and begins a new one with a man who recently has begun living in Blessing. She has to choose which way of life she wants to continue living her life.
Lauraine Snelling writes her third title in the Song of Blessing series. She continues to develop new characters in the town of Blessing which created in her first book of Blessing, A New Day Rising. She never seems to disappoint readers with character development and plots that interweave the characters throughout generations. Readers who like character development and family sagas will love this title and series. Although this title can be read as a stand-alone, the experience is enhanced by having read many of the other titles in this series and all of her Blessing books for a complete experience. This title hits the mark for fans of the Blessing community.
I received this e-Arc from NetGalley and Bethany House in exchange for an honest review.