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Number of Pages: 320
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2010
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Series: Riverhaven Years
Bestselling author BJ Hoff’s faithful fans will delight in the heartwarming conclusion to her acclaimed Riverhaven Years trilogy, following the success of the first two books in the series, Rachel’s Secret and Where Grace Abides. In this third book, young Gideon Kanagy faces a life-changing challenge--and an unexpected romance with his young Amish friend, Emma Knepp. Gideon’s sister, Rachel, and the "outsider" Jeremiah Gant add to the drama with their own dilemma and its repercussions for the entire community of Riverhaven.
As with all of BJ's popular books, unforgettable characters and well-drawn suspense keep readers turning pages into the wee hours.
BJ Hoff’s bestselling historical novels continue to cross the boundaries of religion, language, and culture to capture a worldwide reading audience. Her books include Song of Erin and American Anthem and such popular series as The Riverhaven Years, The Mountain Song Legacy, and The Emerald Ballad. Hoff’s stories, although set in the past, are always relevant to the present. Whether her characters move about in small country towns or metropolitan areas, reside in Amish settlements or in coal company houses, she creates communities where people can form relationships, raise families, pursue their faith, and experience the mountains and valleys of life. BJ and her husband make their home in Ohio.
For the many fans who find great reading pleasure in tales from the Amish community, BJ Hoff has just written another book that is a must’ to add to your reading list. It continues the story of the already beloved Kanagy family with intrigue, excitement, and of course, love. You won’t want to miss this one.”
Janette Oke, author of Love Comes Softly
I thought this was an excellent series. I had already read the first two books as they came out, but when River of Mercy came out I decided to read all three back to back. I couldn't put them down.”
Delores, librarian, Fifth Avenue Church of Christ, Lancaster, OH
GretchenLake Placid, NYAge: Over 65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5I really enjoyed it very muchJanuary 8, 2014GretchenLake Placid, NYAge: Over 65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4I really like to read books that don't have any bad words in them. It is very interesting to read about the Amish quiet life and their ways of handling things. I like the recipes they have in some of the books. And the unexpected endings.
SherrySouthfield, MIAge: 55-65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Where is the rest of the story?August 19, 2013SherrySouthfield, MIAge: 55-65Gender: femaleI finished book 3 tonight and it left you hanging at the end looking for the rest of the story. I thought surely there was a book 4 but not so. This was written in 2010 so I guess we will not get the rest of the story.
Debbie Groseclose5 Stars Out Of 5Good finish to seriesMarch 13, 2013Debbie GrosecloseQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5I was thrilled to get the final book in the Riverhaven series. Loose ends were tied up, spiritual lessons were given, and the book was what I hoped for from this author. I greatly enjoy the writings of B.J. Hoff!
TerryNorth CarolinaAge: 45-54Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5I thought the book was wonderful.February 25, 2013TerryNorth CarolinaAge: 45-54Gender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5This book had me guessing, angry, happy and sad. But overall it was great. I love a good love story.
Edna Conklin5 Stars Out Of 5River of MercyFebruary 1, 2013Edna ConklinQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5This is an excellent conclusion to this series. The author kept my attention and "tied up all the loose ends" among the different main characters interacting through the series. She gives us real insight into Old Order Amish life without being judgmental.