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Child of Mercy is available online!

The next book in The Fallen series, Child of Mercy is now available for sale on Amazon and Barnes and Noble! It’s out as an e-book for $3.99 but you don’t have to have a Kindle or Nook to read it, they have free downloadable apps so you can read it on your PC, or even your phone. It’ll be available in print as well in a couple of weeks through Amazon.


“Have you ever gone to sleep one night and woken up and it’s two months later? Okay, not literally, but I swear it felt like two months went by in the blink of an eye. Still no word from Adam, but each day got easier to accept his absence, and I started to believe he might never come home. I started to think… maybe I didn’t want him to anymore.”

Child of Mercy continues the saga of angels and demons in Book IV of The Fallen. Left to raise a child on her own, Mercy contends with normal pregnancy woes, and a slew of dangers as new enemies and old vie for a piece of the child. Her heavenly cousins don’t seem all that pleased with her impending motherhood either, and Mercy needs all the help she can get to keep her baby safe. Luckily, she has friends and family around to help out (a little too much family if you ask Mercy), especially Parker who is more than happy to fill Adam’s vacant shoes. The question remains – will Adam stay away? And more importantly, if he waits too long, will Mercy want him to?


I’m taking a little bit of a break before starting my next in the Forged Bloodlines series, Find Me When the Sun Goes Down. I can’t wait to get back to Anja and Bishop and I hope to have it out by Spring of 2013


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6 Responses to Child of Mercy is available online!

  1. Randi Pandi says:

    Mercy is the kind of women that will do whatever it takes to protect the people she loves.

    In the fourth installment of The Fallen, we find Mercy at a crossroads. She’s pregnant and Adam’s gone. She’s not sure if she’ll ever see him again, or if she really even wants to. Parker is there for her when she feels like she has no one else to turn to. Daphne and Sam have their own troubles and she doesn’t want to pile more on top. Her long lost father decided to not stay so lost, and her brother is trying to figure out the next step for him and his new bride.

    It’s not until something goes horribly wrong with the baby that she realizes she needs her friends, more now than ever before. Even if that means letting Adam back in and opening herself up to the kind of hurt that only he can bring.

    This story is a little slower than the first three, but the things that slow it down, only make it that much better. I am a huge fan of Lisa Olsen and The Fallen. I don’t know how she does it, but it just keeps getting better.

  2. Vanessa says:

    Wow, is all I can day about The Fallen series. I started this series on a Thursday, and by the following Wednesday I has finished the while series!!!! I can’t believe how every single line had me on the edge of my seat in anticipation of what was to come. I only wish that the last book was not the last book because I could really use an alternate ending! :( I love the fact that she had do many people on her side and her loved ones were there to help her no matter what the circumstances or their own needs/wants. I have been recommending The Fallen series to everyone I know. But Mrs. Olsen, I do beg that you do us the honor of giving us just one more book… Pretty please!! :) … I am now a huge fan of yours!! Thank you!

    • Lisa Olsen says:

      Thanks Vanessa! Child of Mercy isn’t the last one, I’m just taking a break from the series for a little while. I’ll be back to them eventually, there are definitely more stories to tell. I’d love it if you had a chance to leave a review on Amazon if you enjoyed the books, those are so important to an indy author like me.

      • Kathy Watkins says:

        Yay! I’m so happy to hear that Child of Mercy isn’t going to be the last book in the series! I have loved this series and re-read it a couple of times because I enjoyed it so much. I wasn’t unhappy to have this one end the way it did, but I’m not ready for the story between her and Adam to be over.

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