House of Mercy
By Erin Healy
Reviewed by Martha Artyomenko
Beth Borzoi has a knack for healing; she loves animals and has plans to be a vet. But when someone tries to repay her for helping out and a tragic accident occurs, the domino effect of events following seemed out of control. She wonders if she is seeing things or if there really is a wolf following her around. Her father is in charge of a ranch where he takes in men who are having a hard time in life and helps them out.
Erin Healy has an ability to make you wonder what genre of book you are reading. Is it fantasy? Mystery? Speculative fiction? I am still not sure where this book falls on the genre scale, but I would say it might be a book where hurting people are seeking answers and they are not easily found.
I struggled with the attitudes that other family members had towards Beth when she was hurting and well as a slight confusion when it came to some of the legal issues. I guess I am an optimist when it comes to family as I have a great one!
This book grabbed my attention in spite of those things, especially when it came to figuring out who were the bad guys and hoping they would be caught.
This book was provided for review by B&B media and the opinions expressed are solely my own.