Welcome to the Blog Tour and Giveaway for The Edge of Mercy by Heidi Chiavaroli, hosted by JustRead Publicity Tours!
ABOUT THE BOOK
Author: Heidi Chiavaroli
Publisher: Hope Creek Publishers
Genre: Split Time/Women's Fiction
Release Date: April 9, 2019
Two women, three hundred years apart, must face the devastation of all they hold dear...
Suspecting her husband is having an affair, Sarah Rodrigues fights to appear unbroken while attempting to salvage her family. Though distracted by her own troubles, Sarah is summoned to an elderly friend’s deathbed for an unusual request—find a long-lost daughter and relay a centuries-old family story.
Determined not to fail her friend, Sarah pieces together the story of her neighbor’s ancestor, Elizabeth Baker, a young colonist forced into an unwanted betrothal but drawn to a man forbidden by society.
While Sarah’s family teeters on the edge of collapse, her world is further shaken by the interest of a caring doctor and a terrible accident that threatens a life more precious than her own.
Inspired by the unconditional love she uncovers in Elizabeth’s story, Sarah strives to forgive those who’ve wounded her soul. But when light shines on the dark secrets of her neighbor’s past and the full extent of her husband’s sins, will looking to a power greater than herself rekindle lost hope?
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"The Edge of Mercy" is a book that will appeal to so many as it is a current day story as well as a historical one all woven together. Sarah is struggling to hold her family together as a whole unit in the midst of doubts and suspected betrayal. While dealing with this, she is asked to help a friend who is desperate for a task to be taken care of for her before she passes. Sarah dives into Elizabeth's story and life, a woman who lived a few centuries ago and who was dealing with struggles of her own. The historical details just bring Elizabeth's story to live and it was felt as if I were transported back in time with the rift between the settlers and natives. Sarah was so easy to feel a connection with as well and her character came to live in the pages. This is an inspiring story of hope after heartache and suffering and God's help through it all.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Heidi Chiavaroli began writing twelve years ago, just after Jesus had grabbed hold of her heart. She used her two small boys’ nap times to pursue what she thought at the time was a foolish dream. Despite a long road to publication, shehasn’t stopped writing since! Heidi won the 2018 ACFW Carol Award for Debut Novel and is a 2018 Christy Finalist. Both her debut novel, Freedom’s Ring, and her sophomore novel, The Hidden Side, are 4½-star Romantic Times Top Picks. Freedom's Ring was also a Booklist Top Ten Romance Debut. Heidi loves exploring places that whisper of historical secrets, especially with her family. She loves running, hiking, baking, and dates with her high-school sweetheart and husband of fifteen years. Heidi makes her home in Massachusetts with her husband and two sons.
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(1) winner will win this beautiful prize pack from Heidi Chiavaroli, including:
- Rustic Metal Lantern
- Bordeaux Journal
- Country Potholder
- Colonial-Inspired Hand Glazed Mug
- Simple Life Notepad
- Be Still and Know Magnet
- Plymouth Rock Bookmark
- Fresh & Clean Goat Milk Soap
- Handmade Rustic Book Decor
- Signed Copy of The Edge of Mercy
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*Thanks to Just Read Tours for being included on this tour and for the complimentary copy of this book.*
Kristie, thank you so much for having The Edge of Mercy on your blog, and for your beautiful review! I am honored.ReplyDelete
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I'm a huge fan of time slip novels. Thank you for the review!ReplyDelete
Great review! I enjoy time-slip stories!ReplyDelete
I love how this story sounds so modern, yet ties in with the past.ReplyDelete
Great review sounds like a great book.ReplyDelete