Wrath & Mercy – Sins of the Virtuous Book 5 by Faye Hall #TGPUL2019

Posted February 1, 2019 by Shari in The Great Pick Up Line / 4 Comments

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Wrath & Mercy – Sins of the Virtuous Book 5. Take it away Faye!


Fin reached out to her, his fingertip wiping away a droplet of water from her cheek. “If you were my fiancée, I wouldn’t even be able to look at another woman.”

He shouldn’t touch her, but having Elina standing close to him, having seen her nakedness almost exposed, he couldn’t help himself. Leaning into her, his lips pressed against hers. Never could he have imagined she’d return his kiss with such hunger.

Coming to his senses, his hands went to her arms, pushing her away from him.

“Fin, I…” Her words trailed off.

“I need to take you back to the house,” he said firmly. “Your father will be waiting for you.”


Wrath & Mercy – Sins of the Virtuous Book 5 by Faye Hall

Would you show mercy to the lover who deserted you?

Finley Helmer thought he had it all when Elina invited him into her bed. He thought he found passion and love beyond compare. Instead he was thrown into a life of smuggling black opals, drugs and aboriginal slaves. When he was charged with murder, he fled town to escape the charges, vowing to return and ask his lover why she’d handed him over to the police.

Elina Clemence was ripped away from her home and the man she loved and brought to Australia to start her life anew. Her father promised her beauty and opportunity. What she found was a cruel and abusive business partner, and a step-daughter who wanted to destroy her.

Despite the constant accidents following her and threatening her life, Elina sets herself up as a profitable shipping tycoon, with control over most of the towns supply. Despite her powerful position, her heart still ached for the man she once loved who disappeared from her life without a trace.

Finding themselves passionately reunited, Finley and Elina discover the cruelty that tore them from each other. As they search for answers, they uncover the unrelenting wrath and vengeance of an opium addict who will stop at nothing until she has possession of the black opals she thinks they are hiding.

Will their love for each other allow them forgiveness, or will they fall victim to the horror that seems to be following them?

About Faye Hall

Faye Hall spent her early years listening to stories about the families – including her own – who settled townships in and around her hometown in North Queensland, Australia. The local townspeople, including her own parents, told her stories of corruption and slavery, along with family secrets and forbidden love.

Desperate to remember what she’d been told, along with her already growing love of writing, Faye began to write about the history of her local area. Never could she have imagined the history of her small home town in Australia would become a growing list of published books.

Faye’s passionate stories combine controversial subjects and provocative encounters as her characters struggle to survive the lifestyle in early rural townships throughout Australia. She explores slavery and abortion, drug addiction and murder, as well as forbidden love and passionate affairs of the heart.

When she’d not writing, Faye enjoys sharing a bottle of wine with her husband in their ever-growing garden, and encouraging the varied interests of their combined family of nine children.

Explore the world of Faye Hall, Australian Historical Romance Author at her website



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Shari is the Delighted Reader. Married to her Prince Charming and mother to two Princesses and one Prince. When she is not slaving away as Cinderella she loves to get lost in the pages of a good book. Never without a reading device and a few good paperback books, because she never knows when she might get 5 minutes to read!

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Sophia Rose
2 years ago

Sounds exciting and how cruel what happened to them both.

Faye Hall
2 years ago
Reply to  Sophia Rose

They do get put on a roller coaster poor things.

2 years ago

Sounds interesting. I like historical romance, but I tend to shy away if it’s too violent or unfair what the characters go through. I am such a wuss! Thanks for sharing this with us!

Faye Hall
2 years ago
Reply to  Lorna

I’m not keen on too much violence either. And thanks for commenting 🙂