Mercy Undeserved by Kristina Hall

My Review

Mercy Undeserved is book two in the Moretti Trilogy by Kristina Hall. This story does follow book one, so it is recommended to read this series in order. This is a well written story with great characters that takes place mainly in New York City in 1923. This is a story of a young widowed single mom that is on the run from brother in law. I totally enjoyed reading this story. It is fast paced with lots of action and suspense. I enjoyed the devotion Alberto has towards Lilian and how hard he works to keep his promise to her husband. I also enjoyed reading of their faith and struggles with living in a sinful world and doing what they need to do to stay alive. One of the things that stands out to me is how they read the Bible together and help each other understand it.

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author, this is my honest review.

About the Book

How much more will she lose?

Lillian Rossi had it all—a devoted husband, a new baby, and all the riches she’d dreamed of. But one January day changed everything. Now, the consequences of her late husband’s sins extend to her and her son, and Matteo, though only a baby, is the rightful heir to the Rossi empire, making him a target.

Alberto Moretti promised to protect Lillian and her son, but he well knows the cruelty and desperation of the Rossi family. He served them all too long—until God set him free.

As Lillian and Alberto are thrown together in a race to save her and Matteo’s lives, their own sins and Stefano Rossi’s plans threaten to destroy them. Will they fall prey to the danger so close behind, or will they find mercy they’ve done nothing to deserve?

About the Author

Kristina Hall is a sinner saved by grace who seeks to glorify God with her words. She is a homeschool graduate and holds a degree in accounting. When she’s not writing, she enjoys reading, arm wrestling, lifting weights, and playing the violin. Visit her website at

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