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Endless Mercy

(The Treasures of Nome #2)

4.45  ·  Rating details ·  155 ratings  ·  72 reviews
Madysen Powell has always been a forgiving person, but when her supposedly dead father shows up in Nome, Alaska, her gift for forgiveness is tested. With the recent loss of her mother, she searches for answers, leaning on Granny Beaufort, a neighbor in town, who listens with a kind heart. Still, Madysen is restless and dreams of performing her music around the world. The a ...more
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Published January 5th 2021 by Bethany House Publishers
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Bonnie DeMoss
Jan 09, 2021 rated it liked it
This is the second book in the Treasures of Nome series. Madysen Powell is still reeling from the shock of learning her father, thought long dead, is still alive. Now she must lean on God and try to forgive her father for an unspeakable offense. At the same time, she is starting a dairy business at the Powell farm in Nome, Alaska, but secretly dreaming of a life in show business.

Daniel Beaufort is angry at God after his parents' death. He finds himself working with the very beautiful and very Ch
Feb 09, 2021 rated it really liked it
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Nome, Alaska 1904

Definitely enjoying this series! In Endless Mercy, youngest sister Madysen is the primary focus. She loves the Lord, her sisters, sheep and music. While known for being merciful, she has a difficult time forgiving one person in her life. What I particularly enjoyed about Madysen's character is that she was torn by her desire for adventure and performing musically around the world and her desire to stay with her sheep and family. The yearning for something new clouded her judgmen
Paula Shreckhise
Life has dealt a few blows to the Powell sisters and their grandfather Chuck Bundrant. In book one we heard about Hayven and John. Endless Mercy tells of youngest sister Madysen. Red-headed Madysen Powell certainly lives up to the reputation reheads have gained. She is exuberant, headstrong, opinionated and a bit naive having just turned 21.
The girls each have their favorite animals to care for on the farm. Maddy has chosen sheep and a new venture- cheese making. But the family knows little abo
Lisa Johnson
Feb 02, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Title: Endless Mercy (The Treasures of Nome #2)
Author: Tracie Peterson & Kimberley Woodhouse
Pages: 352
Year: 2021
Publisher: Bethany House
My rating: 5 out of 5 stars
Readers are introduced to a trio of young ladies who live in Nome, Alaska. They farm and use their musical talent to bless others. The ladies’ names are Havyn, Madysen and Whitney Powell who together make life interesting and inviting. In book one of the series, Hidden Forever, Havyn is the lead character. Her story gives insight into
Endless Mercy by Tracie Peterson and Kimberley Woodhouse has Madysen Powell feeling angry towards her father. All these years the three girls thought he was dead. Now he shows up looking to reconnect with them and he is asking for forgiveness. Madysen loves her sheep and is looking forward to the expansion of the cheese business. However, Madysen dreams of singing in concert halls around the world. When a man shows up in town who can offer her this opportunity will Madysen leave Nome or will she ...more
Connie Saunders
Jan 30, 2021 rated it really liked it
Is it possible to forgive a father that you had believed dead, but who had apparently left you, your sisters, and your mother years ago because he loved alcohol more? How do you overcome the grief of losing a mother who loved music and encouraged you to share your God-given musical talents with others? If you're one of the three Powell sisters, you depend on each other as you struggle with these emotions. Endless Mercy is a lovely story that shows the wonderful bond between Whitney, Havyn, and M ...more
Jan 08, 2021 rated it really liked it
Oh how I enjoyed this well told story. I love stories that involve close family members, and that is so much what the reader gets in this series. They live together, work together, and help each other both physically and spiritually.

I love the characters in this story. Madyson and Daniel are both great as main characters, and who cannot help but like Granny! She adds so much to the story. The family unit as secondary characters really help round out the story so well. The book does have a diffic
Breny and Books
Jan 26, 2021 rated it really liked it
This has been one of the sweetest books I've read so far in 2021. I love books that have all the sibling relationships and this book more than delivers. Endless Mercy is a book about the story of three sisters who had to go hand in hand through trials, love, and tragedy together. This is a book about forgiving the past and looking to the future, it is about understanding what true forgiveness is and what Beautiful Doors and patas it unlocks. Every character was unique and personal, you could emp ...more
Jan 01, 2021 rated it it was amazing
As a fan of both Tracie Peterson and Kimberley Woodhouse, I was thrilled to read The Treasures of Nome second series novel, Endless Mercy.

The rich dynamic between Madysen Powell and Daniel Beaufort left me flipping quickly through the pages until later at night than usual.

With their skilled writing, I could feel the emotions of each character as many had turbulent times to smooth out and forgive the trespassers.

As mentioned above, this is the second novel in the series but can be read as a stan
I loved this novel! The authors are amazing, joining forces again for one of the best faith-driven historical dramas of the year. The backdrop of Nome, Alaska Territory, during the early 1900’s gold rush is part of the charm. Reading about some of the events taking place such as an early peanut butter display and the World’s Fair is enlightening. There are family struggles, corruption in business, and faith challenges similar to what we face a century later.

“Grief is a crafty beast. Takes you by
Feb 08, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Endless Mercy written by award winning, best selling authors Tracie Peterson and Kimberley Woodhouse is Book Two in their Treasures of Nome Series. It is set in 1904 Nome, Alaska. If you haven’t read Book One, Forever Hidden, you will not have a problem following the story. This is a beautiful albeit gritty at times Christian historical romance.

This series is about the three Powell sisters. In book one we meet Havyn. In this book it is the story of Madysen. I love that they live on a farm and ha
Alex Jacobson
Feb 01, 2021 rated it it was amazing
"Endless Mercy" by Tracie Peterson and Kimberly Woodhouse is the second in The Treasures of Nome series. (The first in the series is titled "Forever Hidden.") I love when I accidently request to review a second in a series without having read the first, simply because it gives me even more to read! This series was not only interesting and engaging, but I absolutely loved the historical setting and details, the accuracy makes the story all the more engaging and leaves me "googling" questions abou ...more
Jan 27, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Endless Mercy by Tracie Peterson and Kimberley Woodhouse is a marvellous Christian historical novel. It is the second book in the Treasures Of Nome series but can be read as a stand-alone.
The main themes are mercy, forgiveness and grace. We see the effect of broken promises on lives, the hurt and pain they leave behind. “Did he deserve her mercy and forgiveness?” No one deserves mercy and forgiveness but we must extend it because we have received it. To withhold forgiveness is to risk becoming b
Jan 30, 2021 rated it it was amazing
"Endless Mercy" is a Christian romance set in 1904 in Alaska. It's the second book in the series, but you don't need to read the previous book to understand this one. However, it does continue the story of the entire family. Since there were so many point of view characters, the reader knew much more than each character. This could have been a story about Madysen choosing between a man offering her presents, flattery, and life as a star on the stage or the man who showed his love for her through ...more
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My Review:
I like to write longer reviews, but as I’m still dealing with a sore hand and need to cut back on the typing, this review will be more condensed than what I normally write.

I loved this book. The storyline is heart-touching. The Powell sisters are amazing and show a great love of family. They support and encourage each other as they worked through grief and other difficult situations. When their dad suddenly reappears in their lives, they struggle to find mercy, forgiveness, and love f
Jan 06, 2021 rated it really liked it
What a joy to visit Nome Alaska again and read Madysen story. The Powell sisters are a force to be reckoned with as their faith stands strong in times of adversity. I love that their farming abilities and what it takes to survive is included and found it interesting that some cheese is made from sheep milk. Daniel is a great addition to the story and the undercurrent between him and Madysen with laughs along the way is a great asset to the storyline. I enjoy the family dynamics and how extending ...more
Feb 03, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Endless Mercy is the second in a series, and where it can be read as a stand alone, I would encourage reading them in order. I enjoyed reading Daniel and Madysen’s story. And my heart went out to Madysen so much because he was so hurt over her father showing up like he did. There’s secrets here that need to be told and a lot of forgiveness to be given but it wasn’t easy at all. These two authors did a wonderful job as usual with this story. I love the characters, and how well they developed over ...more
Holly Bleggi
Jan 11, 2021 rated it it was amazing
I’ve really enjoyed this series by Kimberley Woodhouse and Tracie Peterson. I love the Powell sisters and watching their struggles as they deal with the upheaval in their family is inspiring. I love how things aren’t easy for them and that they each have to learn something about themselves in order to forgive and be happy. I also love how they are all different but share a love of music. I also loved the romance between Maddy and Daniel and how he showed her what real love was and helped her to ...more
Dec 27, 2020 rated it really liked it
I enjoyed this book! The Powell sisters are easy to love. I like how even though this book is mainly about Madysen, it also focuses on Havyn and Whitney. I really liked Daniel too. The only thing that I didn’t like about the book was that there were so many character perspectives. It made it a little confusing for me. Other than that, I did like it. I look forward to reading the next one!

I received a complimentary copy from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. All opinio
Vicky Sluiter
Feb 04, 2021 rated it really liked it
Book Two of the Treasures of Nome series, you’ll want to read Book One, Forever Hidden, before reading Endless Mercy. And It’s worth it!

The authors continue with the story of the Powell family, this time focused on Madysen. I found Madysen to be rather flighty; she didn’t seem to think things through very well, making her a challenge to really like. But the story is one of forgiveness and second chances and she matured in many ways. I really did appreciate the strong faith message throughout.

Rachel DeVaughn
Feb 02, 2021 rated it really liked it
This is book 2 of the “Treasures of Nome” series which focuses on sister Madysen’s story, although her sisters Whitney and Havyn Powell are also big characters in the story as well. I don’t remember if I read book 1, but it didn’t stop me from reading and enjoying this story line and characters.

The sisters struggle with faith, forgiveness and acceptance which was the recurring themes through out this story set in Nome Alaska. I liked seeing them personally grow and figure out their talents and G
Jan 15, 2021 rated it really liked it
Endless Mercy
by Tracie Peterson; Kimberley Woodhouse
Back of the Book: “Madysen Powell has always been a forgiving person, but when her supposedly dead father shows up in Nome, Alaska, her gift for forgiveness is tested. With the recent loss of her mother, she searches for answers, leaning on Granny Beaufort, a neighbor in town, who listens with a kind heart. Still, Madysen is restless and dreams of performing her music around the world. The arrival of a traveling show could prove just the chance
Deana Dick
Feb 03, 2021 rated it it was amazing
This has been a wonderful journey about forgiveness, mercy, unconditional love and finding a renewed relationship with Jesus. I loved getting to know the three sisters better in this book. Their voices are like angels as they perform and bring enjoyment to all that listen. I loved the description of Madysen’s beautiful hair. It was easy to picture it cascading down her back as the light brought out the color of autumn leaves.

This story focuses on Madysen and how she struggles with giving mercy t
Becca-Rae Weidel
The Powell sisters are back for the second installment of the Treasures of Nome series! Endless Mercy is Madysen's story, but her sisters remain as strong characters as well. I loved diving back into their world to catch up and see what they were all up to.

From Havyn's chickens to Madysen's sheep, there's never a dull moment on the farm. I won't spoil any of the details here, but oh boy does one little sheep in particular cause a scene! I don't think I can ever look at a sheep the same way again
Jan 08, 2021 rated it really liked it
Learning to forgive

My rating is 3.5 stars

"I am the Good Shepherd. My sheep know my voice, and I know them, and they follow me."

Having read this verse, Madysen was determined to teach her sheep to know her voice. This was just one of the parallels in Endless Mercy to Jesus, our shepherd. One that especially touched my heart was the parallel to the parable of the shepherd who left 99 sheep to find one that was lost. In demonstrating what that could have been like (albeit in a manner that Jesus mos
Heather Russell
Feb 08, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Back on the farm in Nome with the Powell sisters, Endless Mercy brings us back to where the first book left off. Each of the girls are grieving the loss of their mom in different ways. Madysen searches for the right direction to go to honor her mother’s memory. When a manager of a traveling show praises her talent and begins to pursue her, she wonders if this is the direction she was meant to go to take away the grief and hurt in her life. She shares her thoughts with her new friend Daniel but w ...more
Dec 04, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Endless Mercy by Tracie Peterson and Kimberley Woodhouse is an excellent historical fiction novel that is the second book in The Treasures of Nome series. This book starts off where the first novel, Forever Hidden, ends. While it could be a stand-alone, it will truly be treasured if read after the first. The first book focused on Havyn Powell, while this book highlights the youngest of the three sisters: Madysen. This book takes place 1914 Nome, Alaska. This book, and series, is truly wonderful ...more
Kendra Neal
Jan 31, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Tracie Peterson and Kimberly Woodhouse are both authors whom I
have enjoyed reading their books over the years. They began teaming
up to write books together and it has been extraordinarily AMAZING!
Endless Mercy is their latest novel together and Book 2 in the
Treasures of Nome series.

Madysen Powell is a 21 yr old, aspiring Musician, who lives in Nome, Alaska.
She recently lost her mother and her neighbor, Granny Beaufort, has proven to
be a wise "motherly" neighbor. Madysen finds herself leaning
Feb 05, 2021 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: celebrate-lit
What a fun book! Several times I wanted to wring Madysen’s neck because of her actions and how she was hurting those around her. And of course, I wanted to let the slimy man have it from the start. But this is a wonderful read and I can’t wait to see what becomes of the oldest sister in the next book. She has a hard time in this book and really needs her own happily ever after in her own book.

This is the second book of a series. Book one focuses on the middle sister Havyn. Book two focuses on M
Feb 07, 2021 rated it really liked it
The Powell sisters have certainly had their fair share of sadness and drama in their lives with the death of their mother, the sickness of their Grandfather, and now the return of their long thought dead father. As the family secrets come to light, and they are doozies, there is much pain and cause for bitterness to take root. Can they forgive their father and grandfather in all the pain that they were a part of?

Madysen the youngest sister at 21 wants to be treated like an adult. She is also one
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Tracie Peterson is a bestselling author who writes in both historical and contemporary genres. Her novels reveal her love for research as well as her strong desire to develop emotionally meaningful characters and stories for her readers. Tracie and her family live in Montana.

pen name: Janelle Jamison

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The Treasures of Nome (2 books)
  • Forever Hidden (The Treasures of Nome, #1)

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