Streams of Mercy by Lauraine Snelling

Sunday, November 8, 2015
Anji Baard Moen, a recent widow, has recently returned from Norway with her young children. She loves being back in the town of Blessing where she grew up. And she even started teaching Norwegian history in the local school and writing articles for the newspaper in Blessing. But when tragedy strikes, the whole town is stressed to a breaking point. Anji steps in to help where she can with the newspaper, and soon finds herself with a hard decision to make. Anji will have to choose between her loyalty to someone who needs her help, or the chance to build a new life with someone who loves her.
 Out of all the books I have read by Lauraine Snelling so far, this one has got to be one of my favorites! The characters were once again wonderfully done and easy to relate to. But what I really liked about this book was the plot. It takes place in a small town back in the 1900's. And I enjoyed seeing what life was like back then, in a place where the pioneers had worked so hard to build a life and a town way out in North Dakota. But it was amazing how many twists an turns this book had in it. I would never had guessed some of the things that were coming! I enjoyed it even more than the last book in this series. It was a great story, and it was hard to put down!
 I received this book free from Bethany House Publishers for my honest review. The opinions are my own.
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