“Anji Baard Moen, recently widowed in Norway, returns to North Dakota with her children. She quickly settles back into life in the familiar surroundings of Blessing, teaching in the high school and writing articles for the Blessing Gazette. In the midst of an unexpected crisis, Anji is thrust into a role she never imagined. And almost without her even being aware, an old friendship begins to show signs of developing into something more. Meanwhile, Thomas Devlin, a minister without a post, has arrived in town. Devlin supports himself as a journeyman carpenter, and with the town growing rapidly, he has no shortage of opportunities. Establishing himself in a new community has its challenges, but as the newcomer gets to know the young widow whose house he’s been working on, he things he may have found yet another reason to stay…”
Streams of Mercy is the third and last book in the Song of Blessing series. Actually, fun fact, it is the last book in not just this series but in a longer one as well. This novel is part of the Red River of the North series. I really enjoyed reading this novel. It was nice to be able to read up on what was going on in Blessing and what everyone was up to. I thought this novel had a great story line with many realistic events and conversations. The characters were well developed and even with new characters, the older ones still had a great voice. I’m a huge fan of Lauraine Snelling’s and enjoy her novels. She really is a great story teller. I highly recommend this novel, and series, to all!
I received a free copy of this novel from Bethany House Publishers in exchange for my honest review.