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Tender Mercies Audiobook

Tender Mercies: Men of Lancaster County, Book 2

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Publisher's Summary

A Men of Lancaster County novel.

Eddie Graber’s dream of a sanctuary for rescued farm animals was about to come true when his partner backed out at the last minute. Now Eddie risks losing the 25-acre property in Lancaster County - and all the hopes he held for it - before the project even gets off the ground. He needs help, he needs money, but most importantly, he needs to rediscover the belief in a higher purpose that brought him here in the first place.

Samuel Miller worked hard to fit into his Amish community despite his clubfoot. But when his father learns Samuel is gay, he is whipped and shunned. With just a few hundred dollars to his name, Samuel responds to an ad for a farmhand and finds himself employed by a city guy who has strange ideas about animals, no clue how to run his small farm, and a gentle heart.

Samuel isn’t the only lost soul to serendipitously find his way to Meadow Lake Farm. There’s Fred and Ginger, two cows who’d been living in a garage, a gang of sheep, and a little black pig named Benny who might be the key to life, love, money - and even a happily ever after for two castoffs.

©2017 Eli Easton (P)2018 Dreamspinner Press

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  • TNI
    Charlotte, Nc
    13/02/18
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    "not what I expected"

    I have read several books by Eli Easton including the first book in the series so I was excited when I not only saw there was a new book in series but also being narrated by the same narrator. I had high hopes. For me this book was a big let-down. The plot seemed very far-fetched, what man buys a farm and has no idea how to farm? also I feel that the main character Eddie was very naive and it was hard to believe the story. My heart went out for Samuel and his situation but I feel like Eli Easton had to give him a disability for the story or it would have really just fell flat because it had no substance.
    It was nice to catch up with Christy and David from the previous book but that brief moment just made me long for that book because this book was just so boring.
    And finally if you like these types of books or the genre for the sex scenes your not going to get it in this book!

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  • Cat
    Missouri
    12/02/18
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    "So many feels!"

    Eddy has finally invested in his dream to have the rug pulled out from under him. His lover and a business partner have left him just as he was to move to the new rescue farm he invested his life savings into.

    Samuel is an Amish man that finds himself thrown out of his father's house, shunned, homeless, hurting, with no skills other than farming and a club foot that limits him.

    Tender Mercies start out on an aching note where you're heart goes out for Samuel. He answers an ad for farm help that only offers food and housing plus fifty dollars a week.
    I loved Samuel. I liked Eddie but didn't connect quite as well as I did with Samuel.
    There is a lot of twists going on and you can't help but love all the animals especially Benny the pig.
    You will shed tears of both sadness and joy. This is a lovely romance, a beautiful setting, and the sex is mostly off-page but still perfect for this story.
    If you like sweet romance, Amish, rescue farms, ghostwriters, physically challenged men, May/December, cute animals, pigs and a sweet story with lots of emotion you will love this.

    I liked Will Tulin's Narration. He gives Samuel an accent that you can tell he is Amish and seperate voices for the rest of the cast.

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  • Belen
    United States
    05/02/18
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    "Thanks Eli and Will!"

    Will Tulin's calm narration and even pacing kept me sane as I listened to this on a road trip where, on the return trip, I broke down in the middle of nowhere on a pretty scary stretch of road 100 miles from home with a tow that was going to be at least an hour and half until it got to me.

    Tulin's soothing tone and Eli Easton's captivating story kept me from being really frightened. It helped me to relax as I listened and made it so I could focus on the story - which is wonderful - and envelop me in Eddie and Samuel's romance.

    Thanks Eli and Will!

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  • Rod
    03/02/18
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    "Buy this book!"

    I fell in love with Samuel and Eddie as much as they fell in love with each other. This is a remarkably written novel that makes me want to move to a farm and become vegan. Hats off to you Eli Easton, please keep them coming, and as for Will Tulin's narration, it doesn't get better than that! Cheers to yet another incredible journey, thank you both.

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