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Book Review: Mercy Come Morning by Lisa Tawn Bergren

06 Jan

Mercy come morning, lisa tawn bergren, lisa t. bergren, New mexico fiction, taos fiction, new mexico novel, taos novel, letting go, alzheimers story, christian romance

This book was previously published as Christmas Every Morning in 2002, so if you’ve read that book, you’ll want to pass on this one.

But if you haven’t, you must read this one. I am always in awe when an author can get deep down with the characters so the reader can truly relate on a heart level. The book was almost like a therapy session on letting go and focusing on the positive. What a great message!

The setting was also interesting to me – Taos, New Mexico. It was fun reading about the traditions and character of the small town. With all of the dancing and celebrating that was inherent to the area, the place felt like another character in the story.

One thing I noticed that was confusing – on page 14 it mentioned late spring snow, but it was December. But the rest of the book was great. There was an air of joy even in the midst of losing a loved one. The main character grew through difficult circumstances to make changes where she needed to in order to become more healthy and focus on healthy relationships.

Thank you Waterbrook Press for giving me this eBook for review.

Highly recommended!

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Posted by on January 6, 2012 in Fiction Reviews

 

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One response to “Book Review: Mercy Come Morning by Lisa Tawn Bergren

  1. dianeestrella

    January 6, 2012 at 12:38 pm

    This sounds like an interesting book. Great review! Hugs and hope you have a wonderful New Year!!! :O)

     

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