A Merciful Promise

A Merciful Promise

by Kendra Elliot

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The Wall Street Journal bestselling series continues as Mercy Kilpatrick becomes embedded in the nightmare of a terrorist conspiracy.

The job: infiltrate a militia amassing illegal firearms in an isolated forest community. FBI agent Mercy Kilpatrick is the ideal candidate. She knows Oregon. She’s near the compound. And having been raised among survivalists, Mercy understands the mind-set of fanatics. Lay low, follow rules, do nothing to sound an alarm, and relinquish all contact with the outside world. She’s ready to blend in.

As Mercy disappears into the winter hills, something just as foreboding emerges. Mercy’s fiancé, Eagle’s Nest police chief Truman Daly, is faced with a puzzling series of murders—three men dumped in random locations after execution-style shootings.

Now, for Mercy, trapped in a culture where suspicion is second nature, and betrayal is punishable to the extreme, there is no way out. No way to call for help. And as plans for a catastrophic terrorist event escalate, there may be no way to stop them. Even if Mercy dies trying.

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ISBN-13: 9781503900325
Publisher: Amazon Publishing
Publication date: 06/18/2019
Series: Mercy Kilpatrick Series , #6
Pages: 336
Sales rank: 44,372
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.10(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Kendra Elliot has landed on the Wall Street Journal bestseller list multiple times and is the award-winning author of the Bone Secrets and Callahan & McLane series as well as the Mercy Kilpatrick novels. Kendra is a three-time winner of the Daphne du Maurier Award, an International Thriller Writers finalist, and an RT Award finalist. She has always been a voracious reader, cutting her teeth on classic female heroines such as Nancy Drew, Trixie Belden, and Laura Ingalls. She was born and raised, and still lives, in the rainy Pacific Northwest with her family, but she looks forward to the day she can live in flip-flops. Visit her at www.kendraelliot.com.

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A Merciful Promise 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 27 reviews.
Ellen-oceanside 29 days ago
A MERCIFUL PROMISE. Kendra Elliott .....Mercy.Kilpatrick book 6 Mercy FBI agent just been told she would be going undercover to an illegal arms buying militia group..The last time, she almost lost her life.No time to prepare or let anyone know. There were children involved, so she finally agreed. Truman is busy dealing with dead bodies, then a case brings him the news of where Mercy is at. Powerful, tense plot, one loves Truman and Mercy. The final book in this series will not disappoint the readers if captures you to the end. Another great series by this author,
livlife 29 days ago
Sadly this is the final book in the Mercy series and I'm sad to see it go but can't wait to see what Kendra Elliot writes next! Mercy is undercover in a cult when she is found out will she be able to get out alive? The book starts a bit slow but quickly ramps up to the typical great suspense of Kendra's books! The Mercy series is ended with a great finale and a wedding (finally) . Love this series I will miss the characters they have become like family to me. If you have not read this series you are seriously missing out. A bit of romance, lots of suspense and great story lines in every single book. Highly recommend!!!
JackieBCentralTexasJB 29 days ago
Book Info Paperback, 336 pages Expected publication: June 18th 2019 by Montlake Romance Original Title A Merciful Promise ISBN 1503900320 (ISBN13: 9781503900325) Edition Language English Series Mercy Kilpatrick #6 Other Editions (3) Source:Netgalley EARC Buy book from Amazon B&N BOOK BLURB The Wall Street Journal bestselling series continues as Mercy Kilpatrick becomes embedded in the nightmare of a terrorist conspiracy. The job: infiltrate a militia amassing illegal firearms in an isolated forest community. FBI agent Mercy Kilpatrick is the ideal candidate. She knows Oregon. She’s near the compound. And having been raised among survivalists, Mercy understands the mind-set of fanatics. Lay low, follow rules, do nothing to sound an alarm, and relinquish all contact with the outside world. She’s ready to blend in. As Mercy disappears into the winter hills, something just as foreboding emerges. Mercy’s fiancé, Eagle’s Nest police chief Truman Daly, is faced with a puzzling series of murders—three men dumped in random locations after execution-style shootings. Now, for Mercy, trapped in a culture where suspicion is second nature, and betrayal is punishable to the extreme, there is no way out. No way to call for help. And as plans for a catastrophic terrorist event escalate, there may be no way to stop them. Even if Mercy dies trying. My Thoughts Cannot believe that have now finished the last adventure with Mercy and the rest. The 6 books in this series gave me a cast of characters that I have grown to enjoy over the course of reading and will miss them. Mercy Kilpatrick is a strong female lead and yet as she has shown over the course of the series even the strongest person finds that it is better to be a part of a group than alone and lonely. Said group includes an eclectic mix of people, several from different law enforcement teams, townspeople of Eagle’s Nest, Mercy’s family members, Truman Daly and so many others that have introduced themselves over the course of the series. The most consistent theme running through these books is one that I have not been exposed to and that is how Mercy grew up in a family of Preppers and is in turn herself one, just no to the extreme of some of the older generation like her father. What really stands out to me from the first book through to this 6th and final one is how the descriptions have been so solid and vividly brought to life each scene for the reader. This finale for the series combined such a gamut of emotions it was hard to not succumb but well worth powering past the more intense ones and keep going. As the tension grew with each successive chapter in this story so did my anxiety as the fate of our FBI Special Agent became unclear. Luckily for me the author kept the suspense thick which made the chapters fly by rapidly and a little over 300 pages felt like mere moments went by and the last page was turned. Wonderful ending to a wonderful set of books! [EArc from Netgalley]
Anonymous 10 days ago
I liked the first couple of books on this series much better. In this last book of the series, I found the relationship between Truman and Mercy too over-the-top. This one was more romance than suspense, so not something I normally read, making out just okay for me. I started this title without reading the previous two and found myself confused, so I read them before continuing. This isn't a series you can read out of order. Thank you to the publisher and Net Galley for the advanced copy.
SugarNSpice1 22 days ago
The final book in the series has Mercy Kilpatrick having to go undercover in a segregated community that borders on being a fanatical cult. There are many things about being a survivalist that Mercy still embraces but how this leader runs his community and treats the women and children is the one of things Mercy despised about her upbringing. Having to play subservient is tough for the strong and independent FBI agent. And it's even tougher for her when she is just months away from marrying police chief Truman Daly whom she could not tell where she was going or how long she would be gone for. I remember starting the first book in the series wary of a heroine like Mercy because of her background. But it only took till the end of that book to fall in love with her and her man Truman and the rest of the series. It's always sad when a series ends but it at least ends very satisfying. Looking forward to whatever comes next from this author.
Booklover225 22 days ago
The last of the Mercy books. Again skillfully written by Kendra Elliot. I found it was well worth reading. Once again we find Mercy and Truman following their own careers as FBI and Police Chief respectively. Mercy is sent out on a undercover assignment by the ATF. An assignment that she can't even tell Truman, her finance, where she is or have any contact with him or anyone else. A dangerous assignment. Truman is called out repeatedly as partially clothed dead men are found in the fields, in his district and neighboring districts. They know the men were killed in the same manner but why and who would do this and who are the men? In the meantime Mercy is joining another agent deep undercover in an isolated compound of 40 or so individuals, men and women, suspected of being illegal-arms buying militia. The current agent needs help finding out what this group plans to do and where are the alleged stolen guns they are suspected of having and selling to get money.. Whispers of something big happening soon are floating around. But only the most trusted members know. The compound, run by a man who has the type of personality that others follow. Even if it means happily living in dirty, cold and scarcely supplied conditions. A man who forbids phones, communication with the outside and rules with an iron hand. If you do well and please him you get to be branded by him. If you do anything he says is illegal a second offense gets you whipped. Mercy challenges the leader from the beginning much to the dismay of her supposed boyfriend the other agent.undercover. It earns her food rations taken away for 36 hours for daring to help a sick child her first offense. When the other undercover agent gets sent on a mission away from the compound Mercy is on her own. She must find out what the ATF wants to know and get out of there. She is beginning to fear for her safety. Unfortunately before the other agent was sent away he didn't get to show her where the only hidden communication to the outside world and the only hope of help. is hidden. When he doesn't return she knows she's in trouble. Has her cover been exposed? How will she get out. She sets out to find answers as quick as she can without getting caught. But way too soon things get out of hand. I like reading about Mercy and Truman and will miss them. I hope to find their characters in future books. I thank NetGalley and Kendra for allowing me to read and review this ARC. This review is my honest opinion.
LlamaJen 22 days ago
Loved the book, especially the ending!! This was definitely my favorite book in the series. After I finished reading it, I couldn't wait for the next one. THEN I read the author's note and found out it's the last book in the series (insert sad face). No more Mercy or Truman and all their friends and family. Mercy and Truman have definitely gone through their share of trouble in the last year. I can't believe all they have been through in the short amount of time they knew each other. Loved the story in this book. I would never have wanted to be an undercover agent in that crazy off the grid compound. all those children, not taught to read or even given medicine. The people were scary, they blindly believed and followed whatever their leader told them. The book held my attention from the first chapter until the very last. I just knew something bad would happen. I couldn't believe how the militia group found out Mercy's true identity. Loved how it alternated between Mercy and Truman. Definitely recommend the book and the previous ones in the series. I look forward to reading more books by the author, maybe some starring Rowan and Thor!! I received a complimentary copy of this book from Montlake Romance through NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
TheCompulsiveReader7 25 days ago
(4 stars) - an intense drama This is a romantic suspense that's more suspense than romance. It's an exciting story & well told, though a little grimmer than what I'm used to. I'm surprised the FBI would allow their agent on loan to be sent in blind with no form of emergency contact or backup. The happily-ever-after is really sweet. Clean romance level: a person realizes a couple in the distance is having sex but no graphic details are given *There is a threat of rape that may be traumatic for some readers* Language: there are f-bombs though they're not excessive Religion: half dozen uses of the Lord's Name in vain
TropicalDelusions 25 days ago
A Merciful Promise – Kendra Elliot I was fortunate to receive this book as an Advance Reader Copy from Netgalley, in exchange for an objective review. I have to preface this by stating that I do not want the Mercy Kilpatrick series to end!! I believe this character has the ability to rival some of the best – a formidable female Jack Reacher type persona. Love her! FBI Agent Mercy Kilpatrick is asked last minute to pose as the girlfriend of an undercover agent on an ATF mission and infiltrate a survivalist colony, America’s Preserve, long suspected of amassing and selling arms. She reluctantly accepts the assignment, unable to even tell fiancé Truman Daly of her plans. With a modified ‘GOOD’ bag, she jumps on a bus to make the pre-arranged meet, deep in the woods of Oregon. Upon arriving at the colony, Mercy is dismayed to find that she and Chad will be separated for much of the time. Acting her role as his lover, Mercy finds that all of their interactions are monitored, and she has little way of discussing the case with Chad. All personnel are monitored, making it difficult for her investigation. No phone, no radio, no means of contacting the outside world have Mercy on edge. Then Chad is sent off the compound on an errand, leaving Mercy defenseless. Meanwhile, back home, Truman has his own problems. A seemingly random set of deaths have him scrambling to identify their victims and find a killer. Dumped nude, and shot execution style, Truman is stymied, until a third victim is identified as an ATF agent. As FBI & ATF personnel converge in Eagles Nest, Truman learns that his latest murder victim is linked the Mercy’s undercover mission. With one agent dead, and Mercy unaccounted for, the FBI’s Hostage Rescue Team assembles to storm the compound. But Mercy is gone…and Truman will do anything to get her back… Another edge-of-your-seat thriller from Kendra Elliot – and I don’t want them to end!!!
dcl55 26 days ago
A Merciful Promise by author Kendra Elliot is the final installment in the wonderful Mercy Kilpatrick series. Mercy is an FBI agent who is engaged to be married in three months to the only man she has ever trusted and loved, Truman. She is approached by the ATF to go deep undercover to help extract information about a threatening attack on the ATF by an extremist survivalist group known as America's Preserve. Mercy will not be allowed to tell anyone where she is going or what the assignment involves, even Truman. Meanwhile, Truman is seeking answers concerning a dead body which was dumped on Britta's Vale's land. Britta is very cool, even though she has suffered previously, she is a very strong woman. Once Mercy has arrived at the compound, she realizes this assignment has huge risks and problems. Her contact embedded within the group, Chad, seems a bit suspicious and Mercy does not feel as if she can completely trust him. There are children in the compound who are not receiving healthcare or proper nourishment. Things soon go from bad to much worse as Mercy cannot make herself play the compliant girlfriend as she watches atrocious treatment of the people living in the group. The punishment for any disobedience is swift and extreme. I won't post spoilers but soon Mercy is using all of her skills and endurance to survive!
BooksnKisses 27 days ago
REVIEW PROVIDED BY: Kelly NUMBER OF HEARTS: 4 Mercy Kilpatrick takes a last minute undercover job that will test all her skills. Will being raised by preppers and being trained by the FBI be enough to get her out of a very deadly situation? A Merciful Promise is the sixth and final book in the Mercy Kilpatrick series. I am sad to see this series comes to an end. In this last installment Mercy and Truman are tested again. I did find the story a little slow but was still a great story and showed us how strong Mercy and Truman are as a team. I honestly hope that this is not the last time we see Mercy and Truman. I am very much looking forward to what Kendra has in store for us next. Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book from Netgalley & Montlake Romance in exchange for an honest review. This review is my own opinion and not a paid review.
ErinAlford 27 days ago
I really liked this story. Very interesting and complicated case for Mercy and Truman means an extremely good well written book! I’m sad to see this series end. Looking forward to Mercy cameos for years to come.
cherlym 27 days ago
Being honest up front, I love Kendra Elliot and I love everything she does. This series pulled me every which way from book 1. I highly recommend reading them in order. You learn the back ground, watch the growth and along the way become their friends, and invested. Thank you Montlake, NetGalley and Kendra Elliot for this Arc. My heart is still tripping with the intrigue, the suspense and the depth of Truman's love. There is brutality which is real in the world, there is family, dysfunctional and trying. When Truman takes her dad to task I was right there yelling go Truman! I wanted to see Eden and her mom in their conclusion. I did have sniffles and tears as Mercy made peace in heart and her and Truman step out into their lives with their version of family and I am holding on to the words that Kendra wrote we could see them pop up down the road as secondary characters. Please on please yes. I voluntarily leave this review, all thoughts and opinions are my own. I need to go reread, I miss them already.
cherlym 27 days ago
Being honest up front, I love Kendra Elliot and I love everything she does. This series pulled me every which way from book 1. I highly recommend reading them in order. You learn the back ground, watch the growth and along the way become their friends, and invested. Thank you Montlake, NetGalley and Kendra Elliot for this Arc. My heart is still tripping with the intrigue, the suspense and the depth of Truman's love. There is brutality which is real in the world, there is family, dysfunctional and trying. When Truman takes her dad to task I was right there yelling go Truman! I wanted to see Eden and her mom in their conclusion. I did have sniffles and tears as Mercy made peace in heart and her and Truman step out into their lives with their version of family and I am holding on to the words that Kendra wrote we could see them pop up down the road as secondary characters. Please on please yes. I voluntarily leave this review, all thoughts and opinions are my own. I need to go reread, I miss them already.
Anonymous 28 days ago
Another great addition to the Mercy Kilpatrick series. Very well written. Great read! As always the story is interesting and entertaining.
NJ_Reader19 28 days ago
The story of Special Agent Mercy Kilpatrick comes to an end in the sixth installment of the "Merciful" series, Raised by preppers in Oregon, Mercy was kicked out her home at 18 and joined the establishment, becoming an FBI special agent. Over the course of the series, she has come home and fallen in love with the local police chief, and begun to re-connect with her estranged family. In this thriller, Mercy is on her own in an undercover assignment and must rely on her wits and courage to survive. A satisfying conclusion to the story arc begun in "A Merciful Death." I received a digital arc via NetGalley.
ZR1000 28 days ago
An intense, fast-paced, action-packed ending to the series… This is the sixth book in the Mercy Kilpatrick series that can be read as a stand-alone but you’ll have more of an understanding of the motivations of the main characters if you’ve followed the series. The ATF, in search of stolen weapons, have infiltrated an Oregon militia group they believe involved in the theft and current intelligence has the militia planning some unknown action with those weapons. Now the ATF has a problem, their undercover male agent was to be joined by a female agent who has become ill and the militia are expecting a new recruit. Needing someone qualified with similar looks led them to FBI Agent Mercy Kilpatrick. At first, Mercy declines the assignment request, she’s three months away from her wedding to Police Chief Truman Daly and this mission requires her to go in and have no contact with her fiancé or the family they’ve made with her niece, his ward and two pets. After hearing the stakes she agrees to go in for a few weeks and she has only 24 hours to learn her cover before she heads out. Not being able to communicate with Truman or even let him know where she’ll be or how long she’ll be gone does not sit well with either her or Truman. When Mercy arrives at the militia’s compound she realizes she’s not sure she can trust her undercover partner who days later doesn’t return from an errand outside of the compound. She’s alone in a brutal environment that doesn’t treat women well and it will take all her knowledge and experience to survive, hopefully, complete the mission, and return home. Though she’s only four hours away from home the distance seems greater for the lack of contact with those she loves. While Mercy is away, Truman has a criminal puzzle to solve keeping him occupied but not distracting him from worrying about how Mercy is. Dead bodies are being dumped in the general area that were shot in the head and stripped to their underwear, not all within Truman’s jurisdiction, the similarities of the cases connect the different police departments. The identity of the third victim changes everything, sending Truman searching for Mercy whether the ATF or FBI allows him to. If you’ve read the previous books then you know how much this couple has already been through, the level of connection they have is rare and precious, it’s what gave Mercy the strength to fight to survive and Truman the will to search and not give up. I was saddened to learn that this is the last book in the series, I will miss these unique, captivating characters. This was a wonderful culmination to the series, an intense, fast-paced, action-packed storyline that keeps your attention and has you praying for the two main protagonists to succeed, both points of views are provided. The reader leaves them to a promising future, a beginning after a wedding that was perfect for them. An advanced reading copy was obtained from the publisher via NetGalley.
Horsebranchjess 29 days ago
A Merciful Promise is the final book in the Mercy Kilpatrick series and would be better read as part of the series to get the feel for Mercy's backstory. The ATF have an undercover case that only Mercy seems to have the skill set to fill. Mercy should be preparing for her wedding but instead she's pretending to be a nurse in a militia compound looking for stolen guns. Truman is hit with a series of murders to investigate when he just wants Mercy back in his arms. Twisting and turning, the story moves from one dangerous situation to another for Mercy as she fights the bad guys and the clock to earn her HEA. Suspenseful and fast paced, the story pleases as it brings Mercy's story to a satisfying close. My voluntary, unbiased review is based upon a review copy from Netgalley.
RabidReader1 29 days ago
This last book in the Mercy Kilpatrick series is a thrilling and satisfying end to a great series. It is an action packed story full of tension, danger, suspense, intrigue and emotion. Mercy is a survivor. In this story both her physical and mental survival skills are severely challenged and Truman has to face the anxiety and agony of not knowing if the women he loves is alive or dead. The authors vivid writing makes you feel the emotions the characters are going through and you experience the desperation, fear, despair and love right along with them. Even though this is a fitting end to a well written series, I will still really miss Mercy and her cobbled together family
paytonpuppy 29 days ago
A heart pounding sixth adventure as F.B.I. Special Agent Mercy Kilpatrick reluctantly agrees to go undercover in a militia compound. She will assist an undercover A.T.F. agent who is already embedded in the compound, searching for information about stolen weapons and a possible terrorist attack. Things begin to go wrong shortly after Mercy arrives and there is no way to contact her fiancé, Eagle’s Nest Police Chief Truman Daly or her F.B.I. team. While Truman is concerned about Mercy’s safety, especially not knowing the what and where of her out of town assignment, he is dealing with three separate men who have been murdered. The bodies have been dumped in three separate areas, shot execution style. When authorities decide to take action against the compound, will Mercy be found alive? Once Truman realizes the danger Mercy is in, neither the F.B.I or A.T.F. will be able to keep him away from searching for Mercy. She is a strong, capable woman and agent and uses her strength of will to do what she has to do to survive. I received an advance review copy at no cost and without obligation for an honest review. (by paytonpuppy)
rlane 29 days ago
I loved the idea of a female FBI Agent slash closet Prepper out there solving cases. Mercy was ousted from her family at eighteen when her views clashed with her father’s but she’s back in her hometown, after fifteen years, to solve a case. That’s how the first book introduces us to Mercy’s world and how she and Truman Daly, Eagle Nest’s Police Chief, meet and start their romance. Each book has centered on its own mystery which wraps up, but Mercy’s personal relationships with her family and with Truman were continuing arc throughout the series. I was captivated by both aspects, as well as intrigued by the whole Prepper concept. I like the idea of being self-sufficient and being able to survive if the world as we know it collapses. This was probably the most nerve-wracking cases Mercy has taken on, and I was on the edge of my seat for her chapters, seriously worried about how it’d all work out! Being undercover in an isolated militia group with no outside contact and without backup easily available was a dangerous situation for sure! I felt for Truman, Kaylie and Owen as Mercy’s fate is unknown to them. Truman had his own murder case to solve: a naked man killed execution style. Britta Vale, from the last book, figures into this story as well as Detective Bolton, and I wonder if there might be a spinoff featuring the two of them in the future? I came to the Mercy Kilpatrick series when five books were already out and binge read them, one right after the other, the series is that good! Didn’t know this was the last book in the Mercy Kilpatrick series and I’m really sad, but I will say the series ended on a lovely high note and I see potential for a spinoff or two. I’m crossing my fingers that’ll happen!
MauCarden6 29 days ago
In Kendra Elliot’s A Merciful Promise the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) needs a replacement undercover agent for their investigation into a survivalist/militia group in possession of a unknown quantity of firearms. Past history already shows us how well that will end. No spoiler here. FBI agent Mercy Kilpatrick seems a perfect fit as a trained agent; knowledgeable of Oregon, raised by preppers, and still partially sharing their mindset. With only two days for learning her role Mercy is sent to join another agent already embedded in the survivalist compound. Mercy is totally isolated, no way to communicate with the outside world, unable even to tell her fiancé, Eagle’s Nest Police Chief Truman Daly where she will be or for how long. Mercy’s career as an undercover for ATF quickly ends for various reasons, including her inability to keep her mouth shut about the appalling conditions surrounding the children of the compound. More than her career is about to end until she finds some surprising help. Unfortunately she goes from frying pan into fire, a very cold fire. At least this way she has a chance to survive. Meanwhile, Truman is confronted by bodies of men being found scattered around the area. He has three bodies to contend with, acting as a partial distraction to Mercy’s absence. When Truman is finally notified about Mercy’s situation, he goes on the hunt for Mercy himself after being horrified by the federal response to in cancelling the search for Mercy. Quelle surprise! Elliot writes fascinating characters and original plots, she brings the reader right into the thick of things. I never felt like a passive reader. Throughout the series of Mercy Kilpatrick and Truman Daly she has introduced a whole new world to me of location, people and mindsets. A Merciful Promise is no exception The series might be marketed as romantic suspense, but some of the relationships, crimes and characters have been extremely painful and hardcore, not much soft or cozy to be found. Not to say there isn’t strong love in its various guises, but it is the quiet theme running throughout the background. Most of the relationship issues that Mercy has with her family are solved in this final book of this outstanding series. Unfortunately the secondary characters who have been so important to the series are rarely in evidence. Oh yes, the silver threads of fate that Mercy first sees in A Merciful Secret and tying her forever to Truman, are in evidence, bringing this series to a lovely end. Thank you to NetGalley for an ARC in exchange of a fair and honest review.
In_My_Humble_OpinionDA 29 days ago
WOW! Mercy goes out with a bang. This is a fast paced nerve wracking action adventure that shows us just how very far Mercy has grown and thank goodness she has something to live for, to keep going for because she will be tested. This is an exciting finale to a fantastic series and I for one will miss Mercy and Truman.
PatriciaWhite 29 days ago
Mercy goes undercover in a remote militia/cult community to find and stop a terrorist plot. Truman is left with no way to communicate or even know where she is. Bodies start getting dumped and Truman is trying to connect the dots.I can’t believe this is the last book in this series. I’m going to miss them so much.This book was super fast paced. Lots of nail biting, edge of your seat suspense. I’m very happy with the way the series ended just sad to see them go.I know Ms Elliot will come up with another great series to read in the future. She never disappoints
Brenda Vann 29 days ago
Well I don't know what to say. Ms. Elliot wrote another fantastic book. You know when the Mercy Kilpatrick books came out, I thought, "Self, do you really want to read about a prepper, sounds kinda...eh". But then I thought, "Self, it is Kendra Elliot you should give it a try," and that began my love of the Mercy Kilpatrick series. Mercy and Truman have been taken me on such a ride. There have been some "Oh Crap did that really happen" moments," and "yeah that happened". That is why I am so sad that this is where the road ends for Mercy and Truman, but in true Kendra Elliot style, the book was outstanding. There was murder, crazy fanatical militia, Mercy, Truman, the Kilpatrick family and more! The storyline kept me engaged well past my bedtime. I just couldn't put it down. There was just so many questions I needed answers too, and then I just need to know everything. And then I go to the end,.... what a perfect ending to an incredible series. I didn't want it to end, but if it did have to end, I am glad it ended the way it did....I will Mercy and Truman, I do hope to see them again down the road. Ms. Elliot you have written and incredible series, I feel like these people are family and I will miss these characters! I look forward to your next endeavor. You readers out there. Pick up this series, it is great and now, it is a complete series.