This is the second book in the Mercy Medallion Series. I did not read the first one but still enjoyed reading Finding Mercy. It starts out right in the middle of the action, but things are soon explained. If I would have read book one I would have already known that the heroine ran away from home, dressed as a soldier, and was a sniper in the Confederate Army. She was wounded and suffered amnesia as a result. So, she ends up engaged to a Union soldier and accused of a crime she didn’t commit. When this book starts she has been acquitted by a judge but is being chased by bounty hunters.
It is not the average story and therefore, interesting. It is well written with a great mixture of dialogue and description. There are times when you hold your breath because of the danger, times you read faster to find out what’s going to happen, times you cheer them on, and times you almost cry for the injustice of what is happening.