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The Mercy

The Mercy

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An excerpt from The Mercy, book 3 of The Rose Trilogy, by New York Times bestselling author Beverly Lewis, published by Bethany House Publishers.

Romance, mystery, and family drama intertwine deep in the heart of Lancaster County's Amish country. The Mercy is Book Three in a moving saga from Beverly Lewis, acclaimed by Library Journal as "the reigning queen of Amish fiction."

Two Amish sisters yearning for new beginnings.

Hen cares for her injured husband, uncertain what the future holds.

Rose welcomes a second chance at love when she least expects it. Is she finally able to give her whole heart?
An excerpt from The Mercy, book 3 of The Rose Trilogy, by New York Times bestselling author Beverly Lewis, published by Bethany House Publishers.

Romance, mystery, and family drama intertwine deep in the heart of Lancaster County's Amish country. The Mercy is Book Three in a moving saga from Beverly Lewis, acclaimed by Library Journal as "the reigning queen of Amish fiction."

Two Amish sisters yearning for new beginnings.

Hen cares for her injured husband, uncertain what the future holds.

Rose welcomes a second chance at love when she least expects it. Is she finally able to give her whole heart?

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Prologue
 January 1986
omn pao cov th andcap of ou v nc
Bhop Aaon Pthm a movd fom h mn-
ta dut.
Silenced,
th bthn ca t.Th lod’ fngpnt on a man  a faom thng. Accod-ng to m fath and tho ho quton hth God’  a
accomphd, Aaon  bam. yt h acton to th ncng
 atonhng. Ou ongtm nghbo fnd appa to b gnun
at pac, a f nothng ha changd.
“A man cannot determine his son’s destiny . . . whether Plain or
 fancy,”
m fath uttd a h o fom th bakfat tab jutth monng.
“Neither is he responsible for the actions of a waywardchild.”
 
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Beverly Lewis
Bcau i’d hd m moth
 
back to th bdoom to tand
Dat
and i  aon n th ktchn, i aumd h a takngto m, m hand aad dp n th oap dhat. H mut’
azd ho much i’v gand fom th nghbohood gapvn.
Fok a not on aggng th tongu but th had, too. ’T
mght pcua, th hah dcpn dod out to ou bovd
bhop.
Dpt that, no on bath a od anmo about Nck
Fanco, h fot on. it’ a f Nck n d amongt u h
on sam road, ubbng houd th nghbong fam o
hang th lod’ Da at Pachng. A f h n xtd.en o, h a of u f dontoddn about th outngof Aaon, i’m hont takn aback b th fact h don’t m
affctd b hat’ happnd. H mp go about h fam cho
th a chfu atttud, cang fo th anma, butchng, andchoppng ood fo th cookto. somtm th hp fom h
on-n-a o h ma coun, k a man hunnd but pmttd
to ta, ok, and ohp th th Pop. it’ th oddt thng
i’v v ncountd . . . xcpt fo m mad t’ tunfom th od. Anoth dumbfoundng tuaton, fo u and
fo ctan.
Hannah—o Hn, a mot fok kno h— bcomng
accmatd to h fom Pan f h, a h cang fo h
Englischer
huband n hop of h ght—and th ov—tunng.
But th a i  t, h’ o an gound h’ gand th mnut
Bandon cov. Nxt to th tuaton th ou on-tm bhop,
m t’ dmma  th mot ppxng i kno.
On top of vthng , rbkah Bontag ha quckbcom sa Good’ n that-g. That oudn’t b o
pcua, xcpt that sa a m fancé unt  cnt patd
a. Tuth , nothng a th am btn u aft rbkah
ad fom indana—and a th of u kn t. Jut at k at Thuda makt, i a mndng m bun

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