Ú A Merciful Promise (Mercy Kilpatrick, #6) ✓ ePUB By ✓ Kendra Elliot martyr – thegreatwallonline.us

A Merciful Promise (Mercy Kilpatrick, #6) 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 fianc , 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. Download A Merciful Promise (Mercy Kilpatrick, #6) author Kendra Elliot – thegreatwallonline.us

10 thoughts on “A Merciful Promise (Mercy Kilpatrick, #6)


  1. says:

    3.5 stars, rounded upFor the second time in three books, Mercy is dealing with a militia Now, I know that militias are a staple in this area of the country, but it s getting a little old So, it s probably a good thing this was the last book in the series That said, this book kept me engaged and I was turning pages as fast as I could I like the characters and Elliot continues to give them depth We get to see some resolution to issues that have plagued Mercy for the entire series My thanks t 3.5 stars, rounded upFor the second time in three books, Mercy is dealing with a militia Now, I know that militias are a staple in this area of the country, but it s getting a little old So, it s probably a good thing this was the last book in the series That said, this book kept me engaged and I was turning pages as fast as I could I like the characters and Elliot continues to giv...


  2. says:

    I received a digital ARC of this novel from Montlake Romance via NetGalley My unbiased review is my way of thanking the publisher and the author, Kendra Elliot. This was a buddy read with my GR friend, Luli I want to thank her for introducing this author to me We had already read the previous five stories I recommend reading them in order We knew A Merciful Promise was the final one and would wrap up the series We were ready for c...


  3. says:

    Noooooooooo My dismay is not for the events of the book nor for a dreaded cliffhanger but because I read in the author s note at the end that this will be the last Mercy Kilpatrick book That s a shame, but Elliot does her characters justice in their final adventure.Months shy of her much anticipated wedding to Truman, Mercy is sent off on a secret undercover mi...


  4. says:

    Sad to say Goodbye to this series RTC


  5. says:

    Truman and Mercy are just three months away from their Christmas wedding when Mercy is tapped for an undercover assignment to look for stolen weapons and a plot to use them in a secretive militaristic compound deep in a rural area She has less than a day to prepare since she is filling in for an agent who suddenly contracted Shingles She can t tell anyone where she is going or how long she ll be gone Meanwhile, Truman who is left at home is suddenly involved in a case of his own when random d Truman and Mercy are just three months away from their Christmas wedding when Mercy is tapped for an undercover assignment to look for stolen weapons and a plot to use them in a secretive militaristic compound deep in a rural area She has less than a day to prepare since she is filling in for an agent who suddenly contracted Shingles She can t tell anyone where she is going or how long she ll be gone Meanwhile, Truman who is left at home is suddenly involved in a case of his own when rando...


  6. says:

    Thank you to NetGalley and the author publisher for an ARC in exchange for an honest review This is book 6 and the final book of the Mercy Kilpatrick series and is the best of the series Mercy is asked by the FBI to infiltrate a militia stockpiling stolen illegal firearms in an isolated forest community as part of a joint ATF FBI operation when their operative comes down with shingles and they need a last minute replacement Given Mercy s history, she is the obvious choice to go in as Chad s Thank you to NetGalley and the author publisher for an ARC in exchange for an honest review This is book 6 and the final book of the Mercy Kilpatrick series and is the best of...


  7. says:

    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 desp...


  8. says:

    I have really enjoyed reading this series Mercy, the preppier and FBI agent, is such a strong female character and being a part of her story of finding love and her way back to her family has been has been so much fun that I m sorry it s ended This series is really about the mysteries, though, and this one is so worthy of a series finale Mercy is undercover in a militia group and just about everything that can go wrong, does I was reading this one long after my bedtime just to finish I love I have really enjoyed reading this series Mercy, the preppier and FBI agent, is such a strong female character and being a part of her story of finding love and her way back to her family has been has been so much fun that I m sorry it s ended This series is really about the mys...


  9. says:

    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 ...


  10. says:

    Review May 29So I was just going to start this and then read it all in one sitting until I was finished at 2 40am Yeah.

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