About the Book
Three wayward souls. Two angels. One inn of mercy.
Sarah Rose walked away from fame and fortune at the height of her country music career after the death of her husband twenty-two years ago, but when she begins to feel the desire to create again, one fear is stopping her. Will she face it or return to hiding?
Brad Hamilton chased his dream of playing major league baseball to the detriment of everything else, including his family. Deep down, he knows he doesn’t deserve a second shot at love, but when he finds himself drawn to Sarah, can he get past his guilt to pursue her?
Megan Cahill has never allowed her wheelchair to stop her from living the life she wants. But as a sophomore in college, financial problems are limiting her options for the immediate future. Will she let her guard down to let people know she needs help?
As all three strangers travel on a lonesome Colorado highway at Christmastime, they are forced to take shelter during a snowstorm at Mercy Inn—a place that only a limited number of people can see.
Will the two innkeepers, who just happen to be angels, be successful in helping Sarah, Brad, and Megan to face their respective roadblocks and set them on a new course? Or will fear, guilt, and pride win the day?
"Mercy Inn" is the first book in "The Mercy Inn" series. If you enjoy character-driven fiction with a spiritual undercurrent (think: "The Mitford Years" by Jan Karon), then this series is for you.
What people are saying
I loved this story and am eager for the sequel(s). These stories within a story were as good or better than Debbie Macomber's angel stories, and as the synopsis stated, is character driven with homey, flawed and relatable people. -Delores Liesner
How wonderful it was to read this book. I smiled and cried through the whole book. thank you for such a special story!!! -Jerilynn King
This is a sweet holiday story perfect for a chilly winter night of reading. The characters have depth to them that you don't often see in novellas and the story itself draws you in from the start. I loved how Warren wove faith throughout the story without beating the reader over the head with it. Hoping to see more of these characters in follow up novels. -J. Hart
If you enjoyed Jan Karon’s “Mitford" series, you’ll love Mercy Inn. Note: I’m a huge fan of Lee Warren’s books. This is his first fiction offering, and my favorite so far. I’m eager for the sequel. -Jeanie J.
Mercy Inn is a delightful, heartwarming and inspiring novella. I thoroughly enjoyed this book as I was invited into the life journeys of 5 people. The paths of these 5 people cross in a most timely way and together they experience life changing moments of mercy. This story beckons us as well to find our own Mercy Inn and likewise inspires us to foster such places of mercy for others. An enjoyable read! -Amazon Customer
Each character has a deep story and background and it was intriguing to see their lives come around bit by bit. The authors descriptions left a clear picture of each character. I'm certain they'll stay with me until the holidays actually hit. Can't wait for more stories in this series. -djforjesus
I could not put this book down! A great read not only for the holidays but any time of year. Can't wait for the sequel! -Dan the Man