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Her characters are identifiable and I was drawn into Merit’s struggle and Amalia’s dilemma. How like life…we set our course and never expect to deviate, but God delights in challenging and teaching us through the unexpected twists and turns He allows. Wonderful story. Wish I could give it more than five stars!
Dealing with the details of his uncle’s enormous old house has been left to his sister; but since Merit is in the area, he’s interested in investigating the home where he had so many childhood memories before his parent’s and older brother’s deaths and the disappearance of his youngest brother, Justice.
Amalia Kennedy is introduced to Merit by a mutual friend. She owns a company that deals with the client’s final wishes and estate details. She’s already agreed to help Merit’s sister sell the old house, but Merit decides to live there and turn it into a place for missionaries on leave.
Amalia parents thought she’d marry her long time business associate, Hudson. Merit, a confirmed bachelor, and Amaila each find an attraction growing for the other. His ministry interrupts their relationship and tragedy finds them. Will they learn to trust each other enough to succeed?
Ms Lickel writes a compelling story of two people who are struggling with their faith and where it has brought them. Amalia wonders if she’s doing enough and Merit wants to finish the job he started. The characters are believable and the story brims with love and hope.
When Merit comes to his recently deceased uncle’s house he meets Amalia Kennedy and cannot deny his immediate attraction to her. She’s spent her life believing she’ll marry, Hudson, a longtime family friend, who she loves, but not in a romantic way.
She’s immediately drawn to the handsome minister. She oversees the last details of Merit’s uncle’s estate, and the two of them see more of each other, growing closer in their relationship. Merit admires Amalia’s genuine love of children and others, especially when they visit refuges from the mission field. They start to plan how they can use the uncle’s house to help the displaced people. Their budding romance gets cut short when Hudson falls ill. Then as they re-unite, their love’s complicated not only with the stress of work, but also of tragedy when it strikes Merit’s sister and even the two of them.
The Last Detail keeps the reader turning page after page to see when Merit and Amalia will openly share their feelings and take hold of the love they have for each other. It’s a beautifully written romance that shows how true love includes God’s wishes. It also illustrates how the love of two people can impact the friends and family they love.
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Lisa Lickel is a Wisconsin writer who writes inspiring fiction. Her novels include mystery and romance - all with a twist of grace. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Eliza E.
Tension with a little mystery!
Lisa Lickel did a great job including tension from the beginning of this novel. I could not put this page turner down.
Lisa Lickel introduces her readers to Merit Campbell and Amalia Kennedy, two people on different paths in life who run into each other unexpectedly. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Barbara Ann Derksen
Missionaries. How do they choose the mission field? How does God choose them? What do they do when the mission is taken away from them through no fault of their own? Read morePublished on April 23, 2014 by Diane E. Tatum
The story of a missionary and his courtship of 'the girl back home' is engaging, yet somehow does not ring true.Published on March 29, 2014 by carol gilliland
The fact that God is interested in every last detail of our lives is illustrated in this book. There were times I wanted to reach into the pages and shake some sense into the... Read morePublished on March 7, 2014 by SuzE
This book, for me, was not just entertainment. I learn a lot from this author as she does her research thoroughly. Read morePublished on March 3, 2014 by Linda Smith
Really great writers spend a lot of time on the details. They know that all the little details are important. Read morePublished on March 1, 2014 by Amazon Customer
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