Stealing Mercy by Kristy Tate

September 2, 2011 | 0 Comments

After a night of terror, Mercy Faye flees New York. Disguised as a boy, she sets sail for a new life in Seattle, but her nightmare, Mr. Steele, follows close behind. Armed with only her chocolates, laced tarts and wits, Mercy sets out to destroy Mr. Steele and his Lucky Island brothel.

Trent Michaels is searching for his missing cousin. he can’t afford complications—or romance—yet, at every turn he finds Mercy Faye. The night before the Great Seattle Fire of 1889, flames spark between Mercy and Trent leaving the life they know and the city they love in ashes.

Their story reaches forward through time to Bette Michaels, a genealogist, struggling with grief after the sudden death of her husband. Although generations apart, as Bette unravels Mercy’s story, she learns that a life can be rebuilt—even after everything is lost. Through Mercy, Bette learns that sometimes the only way to find happiness is to steal it.

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Title: Stealing Mercy

Author: Kristy Tate

Publisher: CreateSpace

Release Date: September 2, 2011

ISBN: 978-1463793135

Formats: 194 pages, 6×9, softcover; e-book

Genre: Romance/Historical & Contemporary

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