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No longer needed as her father’s nurse, Mercy Lacewell attempts to step into his shoes at his acquisitions firm. That means travel, engaging strangers, and making final decisions—nothing she feels equipped to do.


If her best friend has her way, Mercy will simply marry one of the single, available men she meets, but they overwhelm her. So handsome and kind. And so many. Even if she felt obliged, how could she ever choose?


These are the posts from the crack team of investigators here at Faith Driven Fiction. They work alongside the story like the "extras" you'd get on a DVD.


A devotional inspired by Unlikely Merger.

Mercy is overwhelmed at a new wrinkle to her job. And a strange way of making decisions.

Mercy attempts to travel to a barbecue place in Austin, Texas, but icy weather and a cute co-worker have other ideas. How about Tex-Mex?

Mercy heads to upstate New York to check on the charm of a local inn. And is charmed right out of her socks!

A new trips helps her leave behind the cold weather, but it's more than sunshine and the beach that enchants her.

Completely out of her element in a Florida swamp, Mercy is glad her uncle joined her on this trip. Though the owner of this company isn't half-bad either.

A description of delicious food from the Madison, Alabama Burger Bistro as well as the surfer dude who is the son of the owner.

Meeting Digger, a man with a passion for bringing cultures together in the Big Easy, was sweet, but his friend, "Gus," was a downright hoot!

Though originally sent to scope out a mortgage company, Mercy instead heard the dreams of a cute exec - about a fishing camp. What else.

Mercy gets down and dirty, literally, during her trip to the northeast. But a handsome farmer inspires her.

She feels the earth move under her feet, but it's not a good thing. Not at first, anyway.

Mercy's trip to the bluegrass state brings an interesting new man into her life.