ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
ABOUT THE BOOK
At the war’s end, a young woman suffers an accident that leaves her unconscious and alone. Waking with amnesia, she takes the name Mercy and wants more than anything to find out the truth of her past. But then a handsome stranger arrives, who may hold the key to everything she has forgotten. What he knows could devastate her future, and even end her life.
Written by two proven storytellers, Traces of Mercy is perfect for anyone who loves historical fiction, prairie-based tales, or just a good romance.
If you'd like to read the first chapter of Traces of Mercy, go HERE.
A sniper awakens in the middle of the night to the sound of hoof-beats. Instead of awakening his fellow Confederate soldiers he runs to the woods to get set up for a surprise attack on the Union intruders. He perfectly takes many out before the Union soldiers could make it to the camp. He feels sorry for a captain of which the Sniper killed his brother.
The Captain takes the brother away leaving the Sniper alone to settle his thoughts. As the day drags on the sniper is hit in the back of the head and soon awakens surrounded by Union soldiers. He is taken care of rather well but soon receives word from his capters that the Confederates have surrender and the Union have won the war. These soldiers holding them hostage lets them go because there is no longer a reason to keep them there with the ending of the war. But soon the hostage break out in revolt, leaving the sniper unconscious and injured.
She is awaken with the sound of whistling and ruffling of papers. She looks up to see a man wearing a doctors coat. He tells her of how she was found and soon asks for her name, which she doesn't know. She knows nothing about who she is, where she came from, or even how she got injured. She is soon taken to a nunnery were she stays and helps out. Will she ever find out her true identity? Or will she have to start over and make a new life for herself?
**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from CFBA.