Review: Promise of Mercy by:Kurt D. Springs

Promise of Mercy
About the Book:
Deirdre watched as Marisa turned and looked at her. She was shocked when she saw the child in her enemy’s arms. The Gothowan woman turned away to shield the child. Deirdre saw the child’s face. The child was looking right at her. Her expression was more curious than frightened. Deirdre knew she could take the fugitive without touching the child. She reoriented her aim, and her finger began to tighten.

It is twenty-five years after the events of Price of Vengeance. Deirdre and her sisters have returned to their home planet of Etrusci after completing their training with the Finnian Shock Forces. Their homecoming plans are disrupted when their mother, High Priestess Celinia, and other leaders of the clergy are taken hostage, and their father, Colonel Liam O’Connor, disappears. In their desperate search for their father, they discover that the Rebellion is secretly building weapons that could end civilization as they know it.

Meanwhile, Liam has been befriended by a Rebel war criminal, a woman Deirdre has sworn to kill. Will Deirdre cast herself into the role of judge, jury, and executioner, or will she discover the promise of mercy?

My Review:
Twenty-five years have passed and Liam as made an amazing family with High Priestess Celinia. Three girls and one boy, have become Liam’s life. But the girls don’t plan to follow in their mother’s footsteps, no, they have a dream to head to war.

Deirdre knows it’s her time to take a stand, just like her father had to. She promises to shows mercy to every person she must fight against. All but one, a Gothowan woman named Marisa. Deirdre’s loathsomeness goes far beyond hate, she wishes for nothing more than to kill her with her bare hands. But in the midst of it all, Deirdre’s mother is taken hostage and her father is missing. There is no time for fun and games, she must take action now before it’s to late. When she finds out that her father has befriended Marisa, fury boils within her, just waiting to escape.

Promise of Mercy is book two in the Dreamscape Warriors series. This book was just as adventurous as the first. It was full of excitement and action! I loved how this book, just picked up where it left off. I hope the author writes another book real soon!

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the author.
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