The Bride of Ivy Green

The Bride of Ivy Green

Much has happened in idyllic Ivy Hill in recent months, and while several villagers have found new love and purpose, questions remain--and a few dearly held dreams have yet to be fulfilled. Jane Bell is torn. Gabriel Locke is back and has made his intentions clear. But Jane is reluctant to give up her inn and destine another man to a childless marriage. Then someone she nev Much has happened in idyllic Ivy Hill in recent months, and while several villagers have found new love and purpose, ...

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Title:The Bride of Ivy Green
Author:Julie Klassen
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Genres:Historical
ISBN:0764218174
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:448 pages pages

The Bride of Ivy Green Reviews

  • Becky
    Dec 19, 2018

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

    This is a series I would recommend to read in order, and also close together, due to certain aspects continuing from one book to the other and all the various characters involved. This was a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion to the series. I really loved that the main focus of t...

    The third and final installment in the Tales From Ivy Hill bring things to a head for Mercy, Jane, and other residents of Ivy Hill Village. I've been with this story since the beginning and was eager to see how things wrapped up for several favorite characters. So much was going on tha...

    Too slow at time, picked up in the middle, then too much detail and too sentimental at the end. A little disappointed because I had been looking forward to this book for a year. Klassen's books don't usually drag so much. ...

    Much has happened in idyllic Ivy Hill in recent months, and while several villagers have found new love and purpose, questions remain--and a few dearly held dreams have yet to be fulfilled. This is the last book in the Tales From Ivy Hill trilogy and I was looking forward to readi...

    This was a very satisfying conclusion to the "Tales from Ivy Hill" series. I was happy to dive back into the lives of the characters. The book ended up just as I hoped it would. There is not one but two brides in this story. Jane and Mercy finally have their lives come together and ...

    This entire series moved at a very gentle pace, sometimes a little too gentle. But at the same time, each book was filled with many varied story threads, all woven together seamlessly. There's drama, intrigue, and excitement, but it's always very genteel and elegant, just like the era ...

    This is book three in Tales of Ivy Hill and you should read them in order so you are familiar with the characters and events. In this conclusion to my ladies of Ivy Hill I was surprised by some of the twists that didn?t turn out as expected but were done in Klassen style. I loved Jos...

    I loved this third book in the Ivy Hill series. Although I suspect this may be the final book in the series, I sincerely hope that Julie Klassen will revisit Ivy Hill in the future. She has created a wonderful cast of characters that I would be happy to see again and again. I was gl...

    'Mercy reminded herself that God did not promise ease and happiness in this life. But He did promise peace and joy, and she was determined to hold on to both, somehow.' I have sincerely looked forward to Julie Klassen's final of her Tales from Ivy Hill series. I certainly have thoro...

    This series should be read in order. https://www.talesfromivyhill.com/ ...

    This is the third book of The Ivy Hill Trilogy.. Please read them in order. Ivy Hill is a hamlet, or a small village, with a few of the Ton summer homes, a coaching Inn , and other needed shops for a very small town . The book circles around several key ladies, their lives disappointme...

    I am a frazzled mess of euphoric bliss and abject misery because, while this was a spectacular conclusion to the Tales of Ivy Hill series, it is also the last book! Gulp. Ever. Like in never getting to armchair travel there again. And though this delectable, multi-romanced story charme...

    This was a beautiful conclusion to this beautiful series :) Jane, Mercy, Rachel, and their families and friends have a special place in my heart now along with many more of Julie Klassen's characters. This volume brought Mercy's story particularly into focus and I loved it! What a char...

    I'm sorry the series has come to an end. What a journey with the women of Ivy Hill through their struggles with society, men, children, occupations, and faith. I feel I have become friends with them through these books. Village life has its pros and cons. Julie Klassen captures it perf...

    This last entry in the Ivy Hill trilogy was a sweet and gently told finale to the series, wrapping up loose ends in a satisfying manner. My only regret was the introduction of several new characters without really giving them any depth, due to lack of space and time. I would have much ...

    I have loved every book in this series - they do have a slower pace in general, but I have loved following the lives of the people of Ivy Hill, seeing how their stories intertwine and how the people new to town slowly make their place and become accepted by the people. I wouldn't say i...

    So this one took me awhile to get back into. I?d forgotten the characters and I was quite lost. I felt like I was drawn to Mercy the most and hated everything that was happening to her. And poor Jane....Would she ever have a child... As the story progressed there was a lot of twis...

    The Bride of Ivy Green by Julie Klassen takes us back to February 1821 in Ivy Hill, Wiltshire, England. Mercy Grove and her aunt, Matilda are preparing for the arrival of hew newly married brother, George and his society bride, Helena. Mercy was forced to close her school and have the ...

    First sentence: Mercy Grove could no longer put off the painful task. If you enjoyed The Innkeeper of Ivy Hill and The Ladies of Ivy Cottage, you are definitely going to read the third book in the series, The Bride of ivy Green. The only complaint I have is that I think it should ha...

  • Lisa  (Bookworm Lisa)
    Jan 29, 2019

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

    This is a series I would recommend to read in order, and also close together, due to certain aspects continuing from one book to the other and all the various characters involved. This was a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion to the series. I really loved that the main focus of t...

    The third and final installment in the Tales From Ivy Hill bring things to a head for Mercy, Jane, and other residents of Ivy Hill Village. I've been with this story since the beginning and was eager to see how things wrapped up for several favorite characters. So much was going on tha...

    Too slow at time, picked up in the middle, then too much detail and too sentimental at the end. A little disappointed because I had been looking forward to this book for a year. Klassen's books don't usually drag so much. ...

    Much has happened in idyllic Ivy Hill in recent months, and while several villagers have found new love and purpose, questions remain--and a few dearly held dreams have yet to be fulfilled. This is the last book in the Tales From Ivy Hill trilogy and I was looking forward to readi...

    This was a very satisfying conclusion to the "Tales from Ivy Hill" series. I was happy to dive back into the lives of the characters. The book ended up just as I hoped it would. There is not one but two brides in this story. Jane and Mercy finally have their lives come together and ...

  • Loraine
    Feb 12, 2019

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

  • Anne
    Jan 10, 2019

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

    This is a series I would recommend to read in order, and also close together, due to certain aspects continuing from one book to the other and all the various characters involved. This was a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion to the series. I really loved that the main focus of t...

    The third and final installment in the Tales From Ivy Hill bring things to a head for Mercy, Jane, and other residents of Ivy Hill Village. I've been with this story since the beginning and was eager to see how things wrapped up for several favorite characters. So much was going on tha...

    Too slow at time, picked up in the middle, then too much detail and too sentimental at the end. A little disappointed because I had been looking forward to this book for a year. Klassen's books don't usually drag so much. ...

    Much has happened in idyllic Ivy Hill in recent months, and while several villagers have found new love and purpose, questions remain--and a few dearly held dreams have yet to be fulfilled. This is the last book in the Tales From Ivy Hill trilogy and I was looking forward to readi...

    This was a very satisfying conclusion to the "Tales from Ivy Hill" series. I was happy to dive back into the lives of the characters. The book ended up just as I hoped it would. There is not one but two brides in this story. Jane and Mercy finally have their lives come together and ...

    This entire series moved at a very gentle pace, sometimes a little too gentle. But at the same time, each book was filled with many varied story threads, all woven together seamlessly. There's drama, intrigue, and excitement, but it's always very genteel and elegant, just like the era ...

  • Jennifer Fluegge
    Jan 22, 2019

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

    This is a series I would recommend to read in order, and also close together, due to certain aspects continuing from one book to the other and all the various characters involved. This was a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion to the series. I really loved that the main focus of t...

    The third and final installment in the Tales From Ivy Hill bring things to a head for Mercy, Jane, and other residents of Ivy Hill Village. I've been with this story since the beginning and was eager to see how things wrapped up for several favorite characters. So much was going on tha...

    Too slow at time, picked up in the middle, then too much detail and too sentimental at the end. A little disappointed because I had been looking forward to this book for a year. Klassen's books don't usually drag so much. ...

    Much has happened in idyllic Ivy Hill in recent months, and while several villagers have found new love and purpose, questions remain--and a few dearly held dreams have yet to be fulfilled. This is the last book in the Tales From Ivy Hill trilogy and I was looking forward to readi...

    This was a very satisfying conclusion to the "Tales from Ivy Hill" series. I was happy to dive back into the lives of the characters. The book ended up just as I hoped it would. There is not one but two brides in this story. Jane and Mercy finally have their lives come together and ...

    This entire series moved at a very gentle pace, sometimes a little too gentle. But at the same time, each book was filled with many varied story threads, all woven together seamlessly. There's drama, intrigue, and excitement, but it's always very genteel and elegant, just like the era ...

    This is book three in Tales of Ivy Hill and you should read them in order so you are familiar with the characters and events. In this conclusion to my ladies of Ivy Hill I was surprised by some of the twists that didn?t turn out as expected but were done in Klassen style. I loved Jos...

    I loved this third book in the Ivy Hill series. Although I suspect this may be the final book in the series, I sincerely hope that Julie Klassen will revisit Ivy Hill in the future. She has created a wonderful cast of characters that I would be happy to see again and again. I was gl...

    'Mercy reminded herself that God did not promise ease and happiness in this life. But He did promise peace and joy, and she was determined to hold on to both, somehow.' I have sincerely looked forward to Julie Klassen's final of her Tales from Ivy Hill series. I certainly have thoro...

    This series should be read in order. https://www.talesfromivyhill.com/ ...

    This is the third book of The Ivy Hill Trilogy.. Please read them in order. Ivy Hill is a hamlet, or a small village, with a few of the Ton summer homes, a coaching Inn , and other needed shops for a very small town . The book circles around several key ladies, their lives disappointme...

    I am a frazzled mess of euphoric bliss and abject misery because, while this was a spectacular conclusion to the Tales of Ivy Hill series, it is also the last book! Gulp. Ever. Like in never getting to armchair travel there again. And though this delectable, multi-romanced story charme...

    This was a beautiful conclusion to this beautiful series :) Jane, Mercy, Rachel, and their families and friends have a special place in my heart now along with many more of Julie Klassen's characters. This volume brought Mercy's story particularly into focus and I loved it! What a char...

    I'm sorry the series has come to an end. What a journey with the women of Ivy Hill through their struggles with society, men, children, occupations, and faith. I feel I have become friends with them through these books. Village life has its pros and cons. Julie Klassen captures it perf...

    This last entry in the Ivy Hill trilogy was a sweet and gently told finale to the series, wrapping up loose ends in a satisfying manner. My only regret was the introduction of several new characters without really giving them any depth, due to lack of space and time. I would have much ...

    I have loved every book in this series - they do have a slower pace in general, but I have loved following the lives of the people of Ivy Hill, seeing how their stories intertwine and how the people new to town slowly make their place and become accepted by the people. I wouldn't say i...

  • Ginnie
    Feb 06, 2019

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

    This is a series I would recommend to read in order, and also close together, due to certain aspects continuing from one book to the other and all the various characters involved. This was a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion to the series. I really loved that the main focus of t...

    The third and final installment in the Tales From Ivy Hill bring things to a head for Mercy, Jane, and other residents of Ivy Hill Village. I've been with this story since the beginning and was eager to see how things wrapped up for several favorite characters. So much was going on tha...

    Too slow at time, picked up in the middle, then too much detail and too sentimental at the end. A little disappointed because I had been looking forward to this book for a year. Klassen's books don't usually drag so much. ...

  • Deon
    Dec 12, 2018

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

    This is a series I would recommend to read in order, and also close together, due to certain aspects continuing from one book to the other and all the various characters involved. This was a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion to the series. I really loved that the main focus of t...

    The third and final installment in the Tales From Ivy Hill bring things to a head for Mercy, Jane, and other residents of Ivy Hill Village. I've been with this story since the beginning and was eager to see how things wrapped up for several favorite characters. So much was going on tha...

    Too slow at time, picked up in the middle, then too much detail and too sentimental at the end. A little disappointed because I had been looking forward to this book for a year. Klassen's books don't usually drag so much. ...

    Much has happened in idyllic Ivy Hill in recent months, and while several villagers have found new love and purpose, questions remain--and a few dearly held dreams have yet to be fulfilled. This is the last book in the Tales From Ivy Hill trilogy and I was looking forward to readi...

    This was a very satisfying conclusion to the "Tales from Ivy Hill" series. I was happy to dive back into the lives of the characters. The book ended up just as I hoped it would. There is not one but two brides in this story. Jane and Mercy finally have their lives come together and ...

    This entire series moved at a very gentle pace, sometimes a little too gentle. But at the same time, each book was filled with many varied story threads, all woven together seamlessly. There's drama, intrigue, and excitement, but it's always very genteel and elegant, just like the era ...

    This is book three in Tales of Ivy Hill and you should read them in order so you are familiar with the characters and events. In this conclusion to my ladies of Ivy Hill I was surprised by some of the twists that didn?t turn out as expected but were done in Klassen style. I loved Jos...

    I loved this third book in the Ivy Hill series. Although I suspect this may be the final book in the series, I sincerely hope that Julie Klassen will revisit Ivy Hill in the future. She has created a wonderful cast of characters that I would be happy to see again and again. I was gl...

    'Mercy reminded herself that God did not promise ease and happiness in this life. But He did promise peace and joy, and she was determined to hold on to both, somehow.' I have sincerely looked forward to Julie Klassen's final of her Tales from Ivy Hill series. I certainly have thoro...

    This series should be read in order. https://www.talesfromivyhill.com/ ...

  • Jill
    Dec 16, 2018

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

  • Tammie
    Nov 30, 2018

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

    This is a series I would recommend to read in order, and also close together, due to certain aspects continuing from one book to the other and all the various characters involved. This was a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion to the series. I really loved that the main focus of t...

    The third and final installment in the Tales From Ivy Hill bring things to a head for Mercy, Jane, and other residents of Ivy Hill Village. I've been with this story since the beginning and was eager to see how things wrapped up for several favorite characters. So much was going on tha...

    Too slow at time, picked up in the middle, then too much detail and too sentimental at the end. A little disappointed because I had been looking forward to this book for a year. Klassen's books don't usually drag so much. ...

    Much has happened in idyllic Ivy Hill in recent months, and while several villagers have found new love and purpose, questions remain--and a few dearly held dreams have yet to be fulfilled. This is the last book in the Tales From Ivy Hill trilogy and I was looking forward to readi...

  • Beth
    Dec 15, 2018

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

  • Sophia
    Dec 01, 2018

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

    This is a series I would recommend to read in order, and also close together, due to certain aspects continuing from one book to the other and all the various characters involved. This was a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion to the series. I really loved that the main focus of t...

    The third and final installment in the Tales From Ivy Hill bring things to a head for Mercy, Jane, and other residents of Ivy Hill Village. I've been with this story since the beginning and was eager to see how things wrapped up for several favorite characters. So much was going on tha...

  • Kav
    Jan 23, 2019

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

    This is a series I would recommend to read in order, and also close together, due to certain aspects continuing from one book to the other and all the various characters involved. This was a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion to the series. I really loved that the main focus of t...

    The third and final installment in the Tales From Ivy Hill bring things to a head for Mercy, Jane, and other residents of Ivy Hill Village. I've been with this story since the beginning and was eager to see how things wrapped up for several favorite characters. So much was going on tha...

    Too slow at time, picked up in the middle, then too much detail and too sentimental at the end. A little disappointed because I had been looking forward to this book for a year. Klassen's books don't usually drag so much. ...

    Much has happened in idyllic Ivy Hill in recent months, and while several villagers have found new love and purpose, questions remain--and a few dearly held dreams have yet to be fulfilled. This is the last book in the Tales From Ivy Hill trilogy and I was looking forward to readi...

    This was a very satisfying conclusion to the "Tales from Ivy Hill" series. I was happy to dive back into the lives of the characters. The book ended up just as I hoped it would. There is not one but two brides in this story. Jane and Mercy finally have their lives come together and ...

    This entire series moved at a very gentle pace, sometimes a little too gentle. But at the same time, each book was filled with many varied story threads, all woven together seamlessly. There's drama, intrigue, and excitement, but it's always very genteel and elegant, just like the era ...

    This is book three in Tales of Ivy Hill and you should read them in order so you are familiar with the characters and events. In this conclusion to my ladies of Ivy Hill I was surprised by some of the twists that didn?t turn out as expected but were done in Klassen style. I loved Jos...

    I loved this third book in the Ivy Hill series. Although I suspect this may be the final book in the series, I sincerely hope that Julie Klassen will revisit Ivy Hill in the future. She has created a wonderful cast of characters that I would be happy to see again and again. I was gl...

    'Mercy reminded herself that God did not promise ease and happiness in this life. But He did promise peace and joy, and she was determined to hold on to both, somehow.' I have sincerely looked forward to Julie Klassen's final of her Tales from Ivy Hill series. I certainly have thoro...

    This series should be read in order. https://www.talesfromivyhill.com/ ...

    This is the third book of The Ivy Hill Trilogy.. Please read them in order. Ivy Hill is a hamlet, or a small village, with a few of the Ton summer homes, a coaching Inn , and other needed shops for a very small town . The book circles around several key ladies, their lives disappointme...

    I am a frazzled mess of euphoric bliss and abject misery because, while this was a spectacular conclusion to the Tales of Ivy Hill series, it is also the last book! Gulp. Ever. Like in never getting to armchair travel there again. And though this delectable, multi-romanced story charme...

  • Susan Snodgrass
    Dec 12, 2018

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

    This is a series I would recommend to read in order, and also close together, due to certain aspects continuing from one book to the other and all the various characters involved. This was a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion to the series. I really loved that the main focus of t...

    The third and final installment in the Tales From Ivy Hill bring things to a head for Mercy, Jane, and other residents of Ivy Hill Village. I've been with this story since the beginning and was eager to see how things wrapped up for several favorite characters. So much was going on tha...

    Too slow at time, picked up in the middle, then too much detail and too sentimental at the end. A little disappointed because I had been looking forward to this book for a year. Klassen's books don't usually drag so much. ...

    Much has happened in idyllic Ivy Hill in recent months, and while several villagers have found new love and purpose, questions remain--and a few dearly held dreams have yet to be fulfilled. This is the last book in the Tales From Ivy Hill trilogy and I was looking forward to readi...

    This was a very satisfying conclusion to the "Tales from Ivy Hill" series. I was happy to dive back into the lives of the characters. The book ended up just as I hoped it would. There is not one but two brides in this story. Jane and Mercy finally have their lives come together and ...

    This entire series moved at a very gentle pace, sometimes a little too gentle. But at the same time, each book was filled with many varied story threads, all woven together seamlessly. There's drama, intrigue, and excitement, but it's always very genteel and elegant, just like the era ...

    This is book three in Tales of Ivy Hill and you should read them in order so you are familiar with the characters and events. In this conclusion to my ladies of Ivy Hill I was surprised by some of the twists that didn?t turn out as expected but were done in Klassen style. I loved Jos...

    I loved this third book in the Ivy Hill series. Although I suspect this may be the final book in the series, I sincerely hope that Julie Klassen will revisit Ivy Hill in the future. She has created a wonderful cast of characters that I would be happy to see again and again. I was gl...

    'Mercy reminded herself that God did not promise ease and happiness in this life. But He did promise peace and joy, and she was determined to hold on to both, somehow.' I have sincerely looked forward to Julie Klassen's final of her Tales from Ivy Hill series. I certainly have thoro...

  • Kristine Morgan
    Nov 27, 2018

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

    This is a series I would recommend to read in order, and also close together, due to certain aspects continuing from one book to the other and all the various characters involved. This was a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion to the series. I really loved that the main focus of t...

    The third and final installment in the Tales From Ivy Hill bring things to a head for Mercy, Jane, and other residents of Ivy Hill Village. I've been with this story since the beginning and was eager to see how things wrapped up for several favorite characters. So much was going on tha...

    Too slow at time, picked up in the middle, then too much detail and too sentimental at the end. A little disappointed because I had been looking forward to this book for a year. Klassen's books don't usually drag so much. ...

    Much has happened in idyllic Ivy Hill in recent months, and while several villagers have found new love and purpose, questions remain--and a few dearly held dreams have yet to be fulfilled. This is the last book in the Tales From Ivy Hill trilogy and I was looking forward to readi...

    This was a very satisfying conclusion to the "Tales from Ivy Hill" series. I was happy to dive back into the lives of the characters. The book ended up just as I hoped it would. There is not one but two brides in this story. Jane and Mercy finally have their lives come together and ...

    This entire series moved at a very gentle pace, sometimes a little too gentle. But at the same time, each book was filled with many varied story threads, all woven together seamlessly. There's drama, intrigue, and excitement, but it's always very genteel and elegant, just like the era ...

    This is book three in Tales of Ivy Hill and you should read them in order so you are familiar with the characters and events. In this conclusion to my ladies of Ivy Hill I was surprised by some of the twists that didn?t turn out as expected but were done in Klassen style. I loved Jos...

    I loved this third book in the Ivy Hill series. Although I suspect this may be the final book in the series, I sincerely hope that Julie Klassen will revisit Ivy Hill in the future. She has created a wonderful cast of characters that I would be happy to see again and again. I was gl...

    'Mercy reminded herself that God did not promise ease and happiness in this life. But He did promise peace and joy, and she was determined to hold on to both, somehow.' I have sincerely looked forward to Julie Klassen's final of her Tales from Ivy Hill series. I certainly have thoro...

    This series should be read in order. https://www.talesfromivyhill.com/ ...

    This is the third book of The Ivy Hill Trilogy.. Please read them in order. Ivy Hill is a hamlet, or a small village, with a few of the Ton summer homes, a coaching Inn , and other needed shops for a very small town . The book circles around several key ladies, their lives disappointme...

    I am a frazzled mess of euphoric bliss and abject misery because, while this was a spectacular conclusion to the Tales of Ivy Hill series, it is also the last book! Gulp. Ever. Like in never getting to armchair travel there again. And though this delectable, multi-romanced story charme...

    This was a beautiful conclusion to this beautiful series :) Jane, Mercy, Rachel, and their families and friends have a special place in my heart now along with many more of Julie Klassen's characters. This volume brought Mercy's story particularly into focus and I loved it! What a char...

    I'm sorry the series has come to an end. What a journey with the women of Ivy Hill through their struggles with society, men, children, occupations, and faith. I feel I have become friends with them through these books. Village life has its pros and cons. Julie Klassen captures it perf...

    This last entry in the Ivy Hill trilogy was a sweet and gently told finale to the series, wrapping up loose ends in a satisfying manner. My only regret was the introduction of several new characters without really giving them any depth, due to lack of space and time. I would have much ...

    I have loved every book in this series - they do have a slower pace in general, but I have loved following the lives of the people of Ivy Hill, seeing how their stories intertwine and how the people new to town slowly make their place and become accepted by the people. I wouldn't say i...

    So this one took me awhile to get back into. I?d forgotten the characters and I was quite lost. I felt like I was drawn to Mercy the most and hated everything that was happening to her. And poor Jane....Would she ever have a child... As the story progressed there was a lot of twis...

    The Bride of Ivy Green by Julie Klassen takes us back to February 1821 in Ivy Hill, Wiltshire, England. Mercy Grove and her aunt, Matilda are preparing for the arrival of hew newly married brother, George and his society bride, Helena. Mercy was forced to close her school and have the ...

    First sentence: Mercy Grove could no longer put off the painful task. If you enjoyed The Innkeeper of Ivy Hill and The Ladies of Ivy Cottage, you are definitely going to read the third book in the series, The Bride of ivy Green. The only complaint I have is that I think it should ha...

    At last, all the heroines of Ivy Hill finally attain their dreams, whether having old dreams rebuilt or new ones developed (sometimes in ways I didn't expect). In the first two books it felt like more was at stake, but this one provides the satisfying conclusion to the series that I've...

    Conclusion to the Tales of Ivy Green Series. This book brings a full contented wrap of the lives of three friends Jane, Rachel & Mercy. Each book has developed a little deeper and brought many characters into the mix. The entire village plays a part - and this unite clearly is writ...

    Julie Klassen concludes her trilogy set in the fictional town of Ivy Hill, which was based on a real English village in Wiltshire in 1820-21. There are surprises for some main characters, not all happy, and a pleasant look at how life has unfolded for others. New characters were introd...

    With Julie Klassen's final book in her Tales from Ivy Hill series, The Bride of Ivy Green, the reader is taken back to the familiar roads, homes, and citizens of this little town outside London. With enduring characters and a lovely storyline, the plot enraptured my attention and kept...

    In this final volume of the Tales from Ivy Hill, spinster Mercy Grove is feeling pushed out of her beloved home by her new sister-in-law. She takes a position as a governess, though that is a step down for her, but soon finds herself pursued by two men. Meanwhile, Jane Bell still strug...

    The Bride of Ivy Green is the delightful conclusion to Julie Klassen's Ivy Green trilogy. I enjoyed revisiting Ivy Green and catching up with lives of everyone there. With some new faces amongst the villagers, there is always something new going on. With several people of courting age ...

  • Pamela
    Jan 30, 2019

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

    This is a series I would recommend to read in order, and also close together, due to certain aspects continuing from one book to the other and all the various characters involved. This was a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion to the series. I really loved that the main focus of t...

    The third and final installment in the Tales From Ivy Hill bring things to a head for Mercy, Jane, and other residents of Ivy Hill Village. I've been with this story since the beginning and was eager to see how things wrapped up for several favorite characters. So much was going on tha...

    Too slow at time, picked up in the middle, then too much detail and too sentimental at the end. A little disappointed because I had been looking forward to this book for a year. Klassen's books don't usually drag so much. ...

    Much has happened in idyllic Ivy Hill in recent months, and while several villagers have found new love and purpose, questions remain--and a few dearly held dreams have yet to be fulfilled. This is the last book in the Tales From Ivy Hill trilogy and I was looking forward to readi...

    This was a very satisfying conclusion to the "Tales from Ivy Hill" series. I was happy to dive back into the lives of the characters. The book ended up just as I hoped it would. There is not one but two brides in this story. Jane and Mercy finally have their lives come together and ...

    This entire series moved at a very gentle pace, sometimes a little too gentle. But at the same time, each book was filled with many varied story threads, all woven together seamlessly. There's drama, intrigue, and excitement, but it's always very genteel and elegant, just like the era ...

    This is book three in Tales of Ivy Hill and you should read them in order so you are familiar with the characters and events. In this conclusion to my ladies of Ivy Hill I was surprised by some of the twists that didn?t turn out as expected but were done in Klassen style. I loved Jos...

    I loved this third book in the Ivy Hill series. Although I suspect this may be the final book in the series, I sincerely hope that Julie Klassen will revisit Ivy Hill in the future. She has created a wonderful cast of characters that I would be happy to see again and again. I was gl...

    'Mercy reminded herself that God did not promise ease and happiness in this life. But He did promise peace and joy, and she was determined to hold on to both, somehow.' I have sincerely looked forward to Julie Klassen's final of her Tales from Ivy Hill series. I certainly have thoro...

    This series should be read in order. https://www.talesfromivyhill.com/ ...

    This is the third book of The Ivy Hill Trilogy.. Please read them in order. Ivy Hill is a hamlet, or a small village, with a few of the Ton summer homes, a coaching Inn , and other needed shops for a very small town . The book circles around several key ladies, their lives disappointme...

  • Staci
    Dec 14, 2018

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

  • Lucy
    Feb 13, 2019

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

    This is a series I would recommend to read in order, and also close together, due to certain aspects continuing from one book to the other and all the various characters involved. This was a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion to the series. I really loved that the main focus of t...

    The third and final installment in the Tales From Ivy Hill bring things to a head for Mercy, Jane, and other residents of Ivy Hill Village. I've been with this story since the beginning and was eager to see how things wrapped up for several favorite characters. So much was going on tha...

    Too slow at time, picked up in the middle, then too much detail and too sentimental at the end. A little disappointed because I had been looking forward to this book for a year. Klassen's books don't usually drag so much. ...

    Much has happened in idyllic Ivy Hill in recent months, and while several villagers have found new love and purpose, questions remain--and a few dearly held dreams have yet to be fulfilled. This is the last book in the Tales From Ivy Hill trilogy and I was looking forward to readi...

    This was a very satisfying conclusion to the "Tales from Ivy Hill" series. I was happy to dive back into the lives of the characters. The book ended up just as I hoped it would. There is not one but two brides in this story. Jane and Mercy finally have their lives come together and ...

    This entire series moved at a very gentle pace, sometimes a little too gentle. But at the same time, each book was filled with many varied story threads, all woven together seamlessly. There's drama, intrigue, and excitement, but it's always very genteel and elegant, just like the era ...

    This is book three in Tales of Ivy Hill and you should read them in order so you are familiar with the characters and events. In this conclusion to my ladies of Ivy Hill I was surprised by some of the twists that didn?t turn out as expected but were done in Klassen style. I loved Jos...

  • Rachael
    Nov 24, 2018

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

    This is a series I would recommend to read in order, and also close together, due to certain aspects continuing from one book to the other and all the various characters involved. This was a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion to the series. I really loved that the main focus of t...

    The third and final installment in the Tales From Ivy Hill bring things to a head for Mercy, Jane, and other residents of Ivy Hill Village. I've been with this story since the beginning and was eager to see how things wrapped up for several favorite characters. So much was going on tha...

    Too slow at time, picked up in the middle, then too much detail and too sentimental at the end. A little disappointed because I had been looking forward to this book for a year. Klassen's books don't usually drag so much. ...

    Much has happened in idyllic Ivy Hill in recent months, and while several villagers have found new love and purpose, questions remain--and a few dearly held dreams have yet to be fulfilled. This is the last book in the Tales From Ivy Hill trilogy and I was looking forward to readi...

    This was a very satisfying conclusion to the "Tales from Ivy Hill" series. I was happy to dive back into the lives of the characters. The book ended up just as I hoped it would. There is not one but two brides in this story. Jane and Mercy finally have their lives come together and ...

    This entire series moved at a very gentle pace, sometimes a little too gentle. But at the same time, each book was filled with many varied story threads, all woven together seamlessly. There's drama, intrigue, and excitement, but it's always very genteel and elegant, just like the era ...

    This is book three in Tales of Ivy Hill and you should read them in order so you are familiar with the characters and events. In this conclusion to my ladies of Ivy Hill I was surprised by some of the twists that didn?t turn out as expected but were done in Klassen style. I loved Jos...

    I loved this third book in the Ivy Hill series. Although I suspect this may be the final book in the series, I sincerely hope that Julie Klassen will revisit Ivy Hill in the future. She has created a wonderful cast of characters that I would be happy to see again and again. I was gl...

    'Mercy reminded herself that God did not promise ease and happiness in this life. But He did promise peace and joy, and she was determined to hold on to both, somehow.' I have sincerely looked forward to Julie Klassen's final of her Tales from Ivy Hill series. I certainly have thoro...

    This series should be read in order. https://www.talesfromivyhill.com/ ...

    This is the third book of The Ivy Hill Trilogy.. Please read them in order. Ivy Hill is a hamlet, or a small village, with a few of the Ton summer homes, a coaching Inn , and other needed shops for a very small town . The book circles around several key ladies, their lives disappointme...

    I am a frazzled mess of euphoric bliss and abject misery because, while this was a spectacular conclusion to the Tales of Ivy Hill series, it is also the last book! Gulp. Ever. Like in never getting to armchair travel there again. And though this delectable, multi-romanced story charme...

    This was a beautiful conclusion to this beautiful series :) Jane, Mercy, Rachel, and their families and friends have a special place in my heart now along with many more of Julie Klassen's characters. This volume brought Mercy's story particularly into focus and I loved it! What a char...

    I'm sorry the series has come to an end. What a journey with the women of Ivy Hill through their struggles with society, men, children, occupations, and faith. I feel I have become friends with them through these books. Village life has its pros and cons. Julie Klassen captures it perf...

    This last entry in the Ivy Hill trilogy was a sweet and gently told finale to the series, wrapping up loose ends in a satisfying manner. My only regret was the introduction of several new characters without really giving them any depth, due to lack of space and time. I would have much ...

    I have loved every book in this series - they do have a slower pace in general, but I have loved following the lives of the people of Ivy Hill, seeing how their stories intertwine and how the people new to town slowly make their place and become accepted by the people. I wouldn't say i...

    So this one took me awhile to get back into. I?d forgotten the characters and I was quite lost. I felt like I was drawn to Mercy the most and hated everything that was happening to her. And poor Jane....Would she ever have a child... As the story progressed there was a lot of twis...

    The Bride of Ivy Green by Julie Klassen takes us back to February 1821 in Ivy Hill, Wiltshire, England. Mercy Grove and her aunt, Matilda are preparing for the arrival of hew newly married brother, George and his society bride, Helena. Mercy was forced to close her school and have the ...

    First sentence: Mercy Grove could no longer put off the painful task. If you enjoyed The Innkeeper of Ivy Hill and The Ladies of Ivy Cottage, you are definitely going to read the third book in the series, The Bride of ivy Green. The only complaint I have is that I think it should ha...

    At last, all the heroines of Ivy Hill finally attain their dreams, whether having old dreams rebuilt or new ones developed (sometimes in ways I didn't expect). In the first two books it felt like more was at stake, but this one provides the satisfying conclusion to the series that I've...

  • Kristina
    Jan 21, 2019

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

    This is a series I would recommend to read in order, and also close together, due to certain aspects continuing from one book to the other and all the various characters involved. This was a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion to the series. I really loved that the main focus of t...

    The third and final installment in the Tales From Ivy Hill bring things to a head for Mercy, Jane, and other residents of Ivy Hill Village. I've been with this story since the beginning and was eager to see how things wrapped up for several favorite characters. So much was going on tha...

    Too slow at time, picked up in the middle, then too much detail and too sentimental at the end. A little disappointed because I had been looking forward to this book for a year. Klassen's books don't usually drag so much. ...

    Much has happened in idyllic Ivy Hill in recent months, and while several villagers have found new love and purpose, questions remain--and a few dearly held dreams have yet to be fulfilled. This is the last book in the Tales From Ivy Hill trilogy and I was looking forward to readi...

    This was a very satisfying conclusion to the "Tales from Ivy Hill" series. I was happy to dive back into the lives of the characters. The book ended up just as I hoped it would. There is not one but two brides in this story. Jane and Mercy finally have their lives come together and ...

    This entire series moved at a very gentle pace, sometimes a little too gentle. But at the same time, each book was filled with many varied story threads, all woven together seamlessly. There's drama, intrigue, and excitement, but it's always very genteel and elegant, just like the era ...

    This is book three in Tales of Ivy Hill and you should read them in order so you are familiar with the characters and events. In this conclusion to my ladies of Ivy Hill I was surprised by some of the twists that didn?t turn out as expected but were done in Klassen style. I loved Jos...

    I loved this third book in the Ivy Hill series. Although I suspect this may be the final book in the series, I sincerely hope that Julie Klassen will revisit Ivy Hill in the future. She has created a wonderful cast of characters that I would be happy to see again and again. I was gl...

    'Mercy reminded herself that God did not promise ease and happiness in this life. But He did promise peace and joy, and she was determined to hold on to both, somehow.' I have sincerely looked forward to Julie Klassen's final of her Tales from Ivy Hill series. I certainly have thoro...

    This series should be read in order. https://www.talesfromivyhill.com/ ...

    This is the third book of The Ivy Hill Trilogy.. Please read them in order. Ivy Hill is a hamlet, or a small village, with a few of the Ton summer homes, a coaching Inn , and other needed shops for a very small town . The book circles around several key ladies, their lives disappointme...

    I am a frazzled mess of euphoric bliss and abject misery because, while this was a spectacular conclusion to the Tales of Ivy Hill series, it is also the last book! Gulp. Ever. Like in never getting to armchair travel there again. And though this delectable, multi-romanced story charme...

    This was a beautiful conclusion to this beautiful series :) Jane, Mercy, Rachel, and their families and friends have a special place in my heart now along with many more of Julie Klassen's characters. This volume brought Mercy's story particularly into focus and I loved it! What a char...

    I'm sorry the series has come to an end. What a journey with the women of Ivy Hill through their struggles with society, men, children, occupations, and faith. I feel I have become friends with them through these books. Village life has its pros and cons. Julie Klassen captures it perf...

    This last entry in the Ivy Hill trilogy was a sweet and gently told finale to the series, wrapping up loose ends in a satisfying manner. My only regret was the introduction of several new characters without really giving them any depth, due to lack of space and time. I would have much ...

    I have loved every book in this series - they do have a slower pace in general, but I have loved following the lives of the people of Ivy Hill, seeing how their stories intertwine and how the people new to town slowly make their place and become accepted by the people. I wouldn't say i...

    So this one took me awhile to get back into. I?d forgotten the characters and I was quite lost. I felt like I was drawn to Mercy the most and hated everything that was happening to her. And poor Jane....Would she ever have a child... As the story progressed there was a lot of twis...

    The Bride of Ivy Green by Julie Klassen takes us back to February 1821 in Ivy Hill, Wiltshire, England. Mercy Grove and her aunt, Matilda are preparing for the arrival of hew newly married brother, George and his society bride, Helena. Mercy was forced to close her school and have the ...

  • Jennifer
    Dec 15, 2018

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

    This is a series I would recommend to read in order, and also close together, due to certain aspects continuing from one book to the other and all the various characters involved. This was a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion to the series. I really loved that the main focus of t...

    The third and final installment in the Tales From Ivy Hill bring things to a head for Mercy, Jane, and other residents of Ivy Hill Village. I've been with this story since the beginning and was eager to see how things wrapped up for several favorite characters. So much was going on tha...

    Too slow at time, picked up in the middle, then too much detail and too sentimental at the end. A little disappointed because I had been looking forward to this book for a year. Klassen's books don't usually drag so much. ...

    Much has happened in idyllic Ivy Hill in recent months, and while several villagers have found new love and purpose, questions remain--and a few dearly held dreams have yet to be fulfilled. This is the last book in the Tales From Ivy Hill trilogy and I was looking forward to readi...

    This was a very satisfying conclusion to the "Tales from Ivy Hill" series. I was happy to dive back into the lives of the characters. The book ended up just as I hoped it would. There is not one but two brides in this story. Jane and Mercy finally have their lives come together and ...

    This entire series moved at a very gentle pace, sometimes a little too gentle. But at the same time, each book was filled with many varied story threads, all woven together seamlessly. There's drama, intrigue, and excitement, but it's always very genteel and elegant, just like the era ...

    This is book three in Tales of Ivy Hill and you should read them in order so you are familiar with the characters and events. In this conclusion to my ladies of Ivy Hill I was surprised by some of the twists that didn?t turn out as expected but were done in Klassen style. I loved Jos...

    I loved this third book in the Ivy Hill series. Although I suspect this may be the final book in the series, I sincerely hope that Julie Klassen will revisit Ivy Hill in the future. She has created a wonderful cast of characters that I would be happy to see again and again. I was gl...

    'Mercy reminded herself that God did not promise ease and happiness in this life. But He did promise peace and joy, and she was determined to hold on to both, somehow.' I have sincerely looked forward to Julie Klassen's final of her Tales from Ivy Hill series. I certainly have thoro...

    This series should be read in order. https://www.talesfromivyhill.com/ ...

    This is the third book of The Ivy Hill Trilogy.. Please read them in order. Ivy Hill is a hamlet, or a small village, with a few of the Ton summer homes, a coaching Inn , and other needed shops for a very small town . The book circles around several key ladies, their lives disappointme...

    I am a frazzled mess of euphoric bliss and abject misery because, while this was a spectacular conclusion to the Tales of Ivy Hill series, it is also the last book! Gulp. Ever. Like in never getting to armchair travel there again. And though this delectable, multi-romanced story charme...

    This was a beautiful conclusion to this beautiful series :) Jane, Mercy, Rachel, and their families and friends have a special place in my heart now along with many more of Julie Klassen's characters. This volume brought Mercy's story particularly into focus and I loved it! What a char...

    I'm sorry the series has come to an end. What a journey with the women of Ivy Hill through their struggles with society, men, children, occupations, and faith. I feel I have become friends with them through these books. Village life has its pros and cons. Julie Klassen captures it perf...

    This last entry in the Ivy Hill trilogy was a sweet and gently told finale to the series, wrapping up loose ends in a satisfying manner. My only regret was the introduction of several new characters without really giving them any depth, due to lack of space and time. I would have much ...

    I have loved every book in this series - they do have a slower pace in general, but I have loved following the lives of the people of Ivy Hill, seeing how their stories intertwine and how the people new to town slowly make their place and become accepted by the people. I wouldn't say i...

    So this one took me awhile to get back into. I?d forgotten the characters and I was quite lost. I felt like I was drawn to Mercy the most and hated everything that was happening to her. And poor Jane....Would she ever have a child... As the story progressed there was a lot of twis...

  • Amy
    Dec 14, 2018

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

    This is a series I would recommend to read in order, and also close together, due to certain aspects continuing from one book to the other and all the various characters involved. This was a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion to the series. I really loved that the main focus of t...

    The third and final installment in the Tales From Ivy Hill bring things to a head for Mercy, Jane, and other residents of Ivy Hill Village. I've been with this story since the beginning and was eager to see how things wrapped up for several favorite characters. So much was going on tha...

    Too slow at time, picked up in the middle, then too much detail and too sentimental at the end. A little disappointed because I had been looking forward to this book for a year. Klassen's books don't usually drag so much. ...

    Much has happened in idyllic Ivy Hill in recent months, and while several villagers have found new love and purpose, questions remain--and a few dearly held dreams have yet to be fulfilled. This is the last book in the Tales From Ivy Hill trilogy and I was looking forward to readi...

    This was a very satisfying conclusion to the "Tales from Ivy Hill" series. I was happy to dive back into the lives of the characters. The book ended up just as I hoped it would. There is not one but two brides in this story. Jane and Mercy finally have their lives come together and ...

    This entire series moved at a very gentle pace, sometimes a little too gentle. But at the same time, each book was filled with many varied story threads, all woven together seamlessly. There's drama, intrigue, and excitement, but it's always very genteel and elegant, just like the era ...

    This is book three in Tales of Ivy Hill and you should read them in order so you are familiar with the characters and events. In this conclusion to my ladies of Ivy Hill I was surprised by some of the twists that didn?t turn out as expected but were done in Klassen style. I loved Jos...

    I loved this third book in the Ivy Hill series. Although I suspect this may be the final book in the series, I sincerely hope that Julie Klassen will revisit Ivy Hill in the future. She has created a wonderful cast of characters that I would be happy to see again and again. I was gl...

    'Mercy reminded herself that God did not promise ease and happiness in this life. But He did promise peace and joy, and she was determined to hold on to both, somehow.' I have sincerely looked forward to Julie Klassen's final of her Tales from Ivy Hill series. I certainly have thoro...

    This series should be read in order. https://www.talesfromivyhill.com/ ...

    This is the third book of The Ivy Hill Trilogy.. Please read them in order. Ivy Hill is a hamlet, or a small village, with a few of the Ton summer homes, a coaching Inn , and other needed shops for a very small town . The book circles around several key ladies, their lives disappointme...

    I am a frazzled mess of euphoric bliss and abject misery because, while this was a spectacular conclusion to the Tales of Ivy Hill series, it is also the last book! Gulp. Ever. Like in never getting to armchair travel there again. And though this delectable, multi-romanced story charme...

    This was a beautiful conclusion to this beautiful series :) Jane, Mercy, Rachel, and their families and friends have a special place in my heart now along with many more of Julie Klassen's characters. This volume brought Mercy's story particularly into focus and I loved it! What a char...

    I'm sorry the series has come to an end. What a journey with the women of Ivy Hill through their struggles with society, men, children, occupations, and faith. I feel I have become friends with them through these books. Village life has its pros and cons. Julie Klassen captures it perf...

    This last entry in the Ivy Hill trilogy was a sweet and gently told finale to the series, wrapping up loose ends in a satisfying manner. My only regret was the introduction of several new characters without really giving them any depth, due to lack of space and time. I would have much ...

    I have loved every book in this series - they do have a slower pace in general, but I have loved following the lives of the people of Ivy Hill, seeing how their stories intertwine and how the people new to town slowly make their place and become accepted by the people. I wouldn't say i...

    So this one took me awhile to get back into. I?d forgotten the characters and I was quite lost. I felt like I was drawn to Mercy the most and hated everything that was happening to her. And poor Jane....Would she ever have a child... As the story progressed there was a lot of twis...

    The Bride of Ivy Green by Julie Klassen takes us back to February 1821 in Ivy Hill, Wiltshire, England. Mercy Grove and her aunt, Matilda are preparing for the arrival of hew newly married brother, George and his society bride, Helena. Mercy was forced to close her school and have the ...

    First sentence: Mercy Grove could no longer put off the painful task. If you enjoyed The Innkeeper of Ivy Hill and The Ladies of Ivy Cottage, you are definitely going to read the third book in the series, The Bride of ivy Green. The only complaint I have is that I think it should ha...

    At last, all the heroines of Ivy Hill finally attain their dreams, whether having old dreams rebuilt or new ones developed (sometimes in ways I didn't expect). In the first two books it felt like more was at stake, but this one provides the satisfying conclusion to the series that I've...

    Conclusion to the Tales of Ivy Green Series. This book brings a full contented wrap of the lives of three friends Jane, Rachel & Mercy. Each book has developed a little deeper and brought many characters into the mix. The entire village plays a part - and this unite clearly is writ...

  • Anna
    Mar 14, 2019

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

    This is a series I would recommend to read in order, and also close together, due to certain aspects continuing from one book to the other and all the various characters involved. This was a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion to the series. I really loved that the main focus of t...

    The third and final installment in the Tales From Ivy Hill bring things to a head for Mercy, Jane, and other residents of Ivy Hill Village. I've been with this story since the beginning and was eager to see how things wrapped up for several favorite characters. So much was going on tha...

    Too slow at time, picked up in the middle, then too much detail and too sentimental at the end. A little disappointed because I had been looking forward to this book for a year. Klassen's books don't usually drag so much. ...

    Much has happened in idyllic Ivy Hill in recent months, and while several villagers have found new love and purpose, questions remain--and a few dearly held dreams have yet to be fulfilled. This is the last book in the Tales From Ivy Hill trilogy and I was looking forward to readi...

    This was a very satisfying conclusion to the "Tales from Ivy Hill" series. I was happy to dive back into the lives of the characters. The book ended up just as I hoped it would. There is not one but two brides in this story. Jane and Mercy finally have their lives come together and ...

    This entire series moved at a very gentle pace, sometimes a little too gentle. But at the same time, each book was filled with many varied story threads, all woven together seamlessly. There's drama, intrigue, and excitement, but it's always very genteel and elegant, just like the era ...

    This is book three in Tales of Ivy Hill and you should read them in order so you are familiar with the characters and events. In this conclusion to my ladies of Ivy Hill I was surprised by some of the twists that didn?t turn out as expected but were done in Klassen style. I loved Jos...

    I loved this third book in the Ivy Hill series. Although I suspect this may be the final book in the series, I sincerely hope that Julie Klassen will revisit Ivy Hill in the future. She has created a wonderful cast of characters that I would be happy to see again and again. I was gl...

  • Kelly Bridgewater
    Dec 03, 2018

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

    This is a series I would recommend to read in order, and also close together, due to certain aspects continuing from one book to the other and all the various characters involved. This was a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion to the series. I really loved that the main focus of t...

    The third and final installment in the Tales From Ivy Hill bring things to a head for Mercy, Jane, and other residents of Ivy Hill Village. I've been with this story since the beginning and was eager to see how things wrapped up for several favorite characters. So much was going on tha...

    Too slow at time, picked up in the middle, then too much detail and too sentimental at the end. A little disappointed because I had been looking forward to this book for a year. Klassen's books don't usually drag so much. ...

    Much has happened in idyllic Ivy Hill in recent months, and while several villagers have found new love and purpose, questions remain--and a few dearly held dreams have yet to be fulfilled. This is the last book in the Tales From Ivy Hill trilogy and I was looking forward to readi...

    This was a very satisfying conclusion to the "Tales from Ivy Hill" series. I was happy to dive back into the lives of the characters. The book ended up just as I hoped it would. There is not one but two brides in this story. Jane and Mercy finally have their lives come together and ...

    This entire series moved at a very gentle pace, sometimes a little too gentle. But at the same time, each book was filled with many varied story threads, all woven together seamlessly. There's drama, intrigue, and excitement, but it's always very genteel and elegant, just like the era ...

    This is book three in Tales of Ivy Hill and you should read them in order so you are familiar with the characters and events. In this conclusion to my ladies of Ivy Hill I was surprised by some of the twists that didn?t turn out as expected but were done in Klassen style. I loved Jos...

    I loved this third book in the Ivy Hill series. Although I suspect this may be the final book in the series, I sincerely hope that Julie Klassen will revisit Ivy Hill in the future. She has created a wonderful cast of characters that I would be happy to see again and again. I was gl...

    'Mercy reminded herself that God did not promise ease and happiness in this life. But He did promise peace and joy, and she was determined to hold on to both, somehow.' I have sincerely looked forward to Julie Klassen's final of her Tales from Ivy Hill series. I certainly have thoro...

    This series should be read in order. https://www.talesfromivyhill.com/ ...

    This is the third book of The Ivy Hill Trilogy.. Please read them in order. Ivy Hill is a hamlet, or a small village, with a few of the Ton summer homes, a coaching Inn , and other needed shops for a very small town . The book circles around several key ladies, their lives disappointme...

    I am a frazzled mess of euphoric bliss and abject misery because, while this was a spectacular conclusion to the Tales of Ivy Hill series, it is also the last book! Gulp. Ever. Like in never getting to armchair travel there again. And though this delectable, multi-romanced story charme...

    This was a beautiful conclusion to this beautiful series :) Jane, Mercy, Rachel, and their families and friends have a special place in my heart now along with many more of Julie Klassen's characters. This volume brought Mercy's story particularly into focus and I loved it! What a char...

    I'm sorry the series has come to an end. What a journey with the women of Ivy Hill through their struggles with society, men, children, occupations, and faith. I feel I have become friends with them through these books. Village life has its pros and cons. Julie Klassen captures it perf...

    This last entry in the Ivy Hill trilogy was a sweet and gently told finale to the series, wrapping up loose ends in a satisfying manner. My only regret was the introduction of several new characters without really giving them any depth, due to lack of space and time. I would have much ...

    I have loved every book in this series - they do have a slower pace in general, but I have loved following the lives of the people of Ivy Hill, seeing how their stories intertwine and how the people new to town slowly make their place and become accepted by the people. I wouldn't say i...

    So this one took me awhile to get back into. I?d forgotten the characters and I was quite lost. I felt like I was drawn to Mercy the most and hated everything that was happening to her. And poor Jane....Would she ever have a child... As the story progressed there was a lot of twis...

    The Bride of Ivy Green by Julie Klassen takes us back to February 1821 in Ivy Hill, Wiltshire, England. Mercy Grove and her aunt, Matilda are preparing for the arrival of hew newly married brother, George and his society bride, Helena. Mercy was forced to close her school and have the ...

    First sentence: Mercy Grove could no longer put off the painful task. If you enjoyed The Innkeeper of Ivy Hill and The Ladies of Ivy Cottage, you are definitely going to read the third book in the series, The Bride of ivy Green. The only complaint I have is that I think it should ha...

    At last, all the heroines of Ivy Hill finally attain their dreams, whether having old dreams rebuilt or new ones developed (sometimes in ways I didn't expect). In the first two books it felt like more was at stake, but this one provides the satisfying conclusion to the series that I've...

    Conclusion to the Tales of Ivy Green Series. This book brings a full contented wrap of the lives of three friends Jane, Rachel & Mercy. Each book has developed a little deeper and brought many characters into the mix. The entire village plays a part - and this unite clearly is writ...

    Julie Klassen concludes her trilogy set in the fictional town of Ivy Hill, which was based on a real English village in Wiltshire in 1820-21. There are surprises for some main characters, not all happy, and a pleasant look at how life has unfolded for others. New characters were introd...

    With Julie Klassen's final book in her Tales from Ivy Hill series, The Bride of Ivy Green, the reader is taken back to the familiar roads, homes, and citizens of this little town outside London. With enduring characters and a lovely storyline, the plot enraptured my attention and kept...

  • Betty Strohecker
    Jan 28, 2019

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

    This is a series I would recommend to read in order, and also close together, due to certain aspects continuing from one book to the other and all the various characters involved. This was a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion to the series. I really loved that the main focus of t...

    The third and final installment in the Tales From Ivy Hill bring things to a head for Mercy, Jane, and other residents of Ivy Hill Village. I've been with this story since the beginning and was eager to see how things wrapped up for several favorite characters. So much was going on tha...

    Too slow at time, picked up in the middle, then too much detail and too sentimental at the end. A little disappointed because I had been looking forward to this book for a year. Klassen's books don't usually drag so much. ...

    Much has happened in idyllic Ivy Hill in recent months, and while several villagers have found new love and purpose, questions remain--and a few dearly held dreams have yet to be fulfilled. This is the last book in the Tales From Ivy Hill trilogy and I was looking forward to readi...

    This was a very satisfying conclusion to the "Tales from Ivy Hill" series. I was happy to dive back into the lives of the characters. The book ended up just as I hoped it would. There is not one but two brides in this story. Jane and Mercy finally have their lives come together and ...

    This entire series moved at a very gentle pace, sometimes a little too gentle. But at the same time, each book was filled with many varied story threads, all woven together seamlessly. There's drama, intrigue, and excitement, but it's always very genteel and elegant, just like the era ...

    This is book three in Tales of Ivy Hill and you should read them in order so you are familiar with the characters and events. In this conclusion to my ladies of Ivy Hill I was surprised by some of the twists that didn?t turn out as expected but were done in Klassen style. I loved Jos...

    I loved this third book in the Ivy Hill series. Although I suspect this may be the final book in the series, I sincerely hope that Julie Klassen will revisit Ivy Hill in the future. She has created a wonderful cast of characters that I would be happy to see again and again. I was gl...

    'Mercy reminded herself that God did not promise ease and happiness in this life. But He did promise peace and joy, and she was determined to hold on to both, somehow.' I have sincerely looked forward to Julie Klassen's final of her Tales from Ivy Hill series. I certainly have thoro...

    This series should be read in order. https://www.talesfromivyhill.com/ ...

    This is the third book of The Ivy Hill Trilogy.. Please read them in order. Ivy Hill is a hamlet, or a small village, with a few of the Ton summer homes, a coaching Inn , and other needed shops for a very small town . The book circles around several key ladies, their lives disappointme...

    I am a frazzled mess of euphoric bliss and abject misery because, while this was a spectacular conclusion to the Tales of Ivy Hill series, it is also the last book! Gulp. Ever. Like in never getting to armchair travel there again. And though this delectable, multi-romanced story charme...

    This was a beautiful conclusion to this beautiful series :) Jane, Mercy, Rachel, and their families and friends have a special place in my heart now along with many more of Julie Klassen's characters. This volume brought Mercy's story particularly into focus and I loved it! What a char...

    I'm sorry the series has come to an end. What a journey with the women of Ivy Hill through their struggles with society, men, children, occupations, and faith. I feel I have become friends with them through these books. Village life has its pros and cons. Julie Klassen captures it perf...

    This last entry in the Ivy Hill trilogy was a sweet and gently told finale to the series, wrapping up loose ends in a satisfying manner. My only regret was the introduction of several new characters without really giving them any depth, due to lack of space and time. I would have much ...

    I have loved every book in this series - they do have a slower pace in general, but I have loved following the lives of the people of Ivy Hill, seeing how their stories intertwine and how the people new to town slowly make their place and become accepted by the people. I wouldn't say i...

    So this one took me awhile to get back into. I?d forgotten the characters and I was quite lost. I felt like I was drawn to Mercy the most and hated everything that was happening to her. And poor Jane....Would she ever have a child... As the story progressed there was a lot of twis...

    The Bride of Ivy Green by Julie Klassen takes us back to February 1821 in Ivy Hill, Wiltshire, England. Mercy Grove and her aunt, Matilda are preparing for the arrival of hew newly married brother, George and his society bride, Helena. Mercy was forced to close her school and have the ...

    First sentence: Mercy Grove could no longer put off the painful task. If you enjoyed The Innkeeper of Ivy Hill and The Ladies of Ivy Cottage, you are definitely going to read the third book in the series, The Bride of ivy Green. The only complaint I have is that I think it should ha...

    At last, all the heroines of Ivy Hill finally attain their dreams, whether having old dreams rebuilt or new ones developed (sometimes in ways I didn't expect). In the first two books it felt like more was at stake, but this one provides the satisfying conclusion to the series that I've...

    Conclusion to the Tales of Ivy Green Series. This book brings a full contented wrap of the lives of three friends Jane, Rachel & Mercy. Each book has developed a little deeper and brought many characters into the mix. The entire village plays a part - and this unite clearly is writ...

    Julie Klassen concludes her trilogy set in the fictional town of Ivy Hill, which was based on a real English village in Wiltshire in 1820-21. There are surprises for some main characters, not all happy, and a pleasant look at how life has unfolded for others. New characters were introd...

  • Sarita
    Mar 07, 2019

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

    This is a series I would recommend to read in order, and also close together, due to certain aspects continuing from one book to the other and all the various characters involved. This was a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion to the series. I really loved that the main focus of t...

  • Lynne
    Jan 27, 2019

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

    This is a series I would recommend to read in order, and also close together, due to certain aspects continuing from one book to the other and all the various characters involved. This was a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion to the series. I really loved that the main focus of t...

    The third and final installment in the Tales From Ivy Hill bring things to a head for Mercy, Jane, and other residents of Ivy Hill Village. I've been with this story since the beginning and was eager to see how things wrapped up for several favorite characters. So much was going on tha...

    Too slow at time, picked up in the middle, then too much detail and too sentimental at the end. A little disappointed because I had been looking forward to this book for a year. Klassen's books don't usually drag so much. ...

    Much has happened in idyllic Ivy Hill in recent months, and while several villagers have found new love and purpose, questions remain--and a few dearly held dreams have yet to be fulfilled. This is the last book in the Tales From Ivy Hill trilogy and I was looking forward to readi...

    This was a very satisfying conclusion to the "Tales from Ivy Hill" series. I was happy to dive back into the lives of the characters. The book ended up just as I hoped it would. There is not one but two brides in this story. Jane and Mercy finally have their lives come together and ...

    This entire series moved at a very gentle pace, sometimes a little too gentle. But at the same time, each book was filled with many varied story threads, all woven together seamlessly. There's drama, intrigue, and excitement, but it's always very genteel and elegant, just like the era ...

    This is book three in Tales of Ivy Hill and you should read them in order so you are familiar with the characters and events. In this conclusion to my ladies of Ivy Hill I was surprised by some of the twists that didn?t turn out as expected but were done in Klassen style. I loved Jos...

    I loved this third book in the Ivy Hill series. Although I suspect this may be the final book in the series, I sincerely hope that Julie Klassen will revisit Ivy Hill in the future. She has created a wonderful cast of characters that I would be happy to see again and again. I was gl...

    'Mercy reminded herself that God did not promise ease and happiness in this life. But He did promise peace and joy, and she was determined to hold on to both, somehow.' I have sincerely looked forward to Julie Klassen's final of her Tales from Ivy Hill series. I certainly have thoro...

    This series should be read in order. https://www.talesfromivyhill.com/ ...

    This is the third book of The Ivy Hill Trilogy.. Please read them in order. Ivy Hill is a hamlet, or a small village, with a few of the Ton summer homes, a coaching Inn , and other needed shops for a very small town . The book circles around several key ladies, their lives disappointme...

    I am a frazzled mess of euphoric bliss and abject misery because, while this was a spectacular conclusion to the Tales of Ivy Hill series, it is also the last book! Gulp. Ever. Like in never getting to armchair travel there again. And though this delectable, multi-romanced story charme...

    This was a beautiful conclusion to this beautiful series :) Jane, Mercy, Rachel, and their families and friends have a special place in my heart now along with many more of Julie Klassen's characters. This volume brought Mercy's story particularly into focus and I loved it! What a char...

    I'm sorry the series has come to an end. What a journey with the women of Ivy Hill through their struggles with society, men, children, occupations, and faith. I feel I have become friends with them through these books. Village life has its pros and cons. Julie Klassen captures it perf...

    This last entry in the Ivy Hill trilogy was a sweet and gently told finale to the series, wrapping up loose ends in a satisfying manner. My only regret was the introduction of several new characters without really giving them any depth, due to lack of space and time. I would have much ...

  • Elizabeth
    Dec 07, 2018

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

    This is a series I would recommend to read in order, and also close together, due to certain aspects continuing from one book to the other and all the various characters involved. This was a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion to the series. I really loved that the main focus of t...

    The third and final installment in the Tales From Ivy Hill bring things to a head for Mercy, Jane, and other residents of Ivy Hill Village. I've been with this story since the beginning and was eager to see how things wrapped up for several favorite characters. So much was going on tha...

    Too slow at time, picked up in the middle, then too much detail and too sentimental at the end. A little disappointed because I had been looking forward to this book for a year. Klassen's books don't usually drag so much. ...

    Much has happened in idyllic Ivy Hill in recent months, and while several villagers have found new love and purpose, questions remain--and a few dearly held dreams have yet to be fulfilled. This is the last book in the Tales From Ivy Hill trilogy and I was looking forward to readi...

    This was a very satisfying conclusion to the "Tales from Ivy Hill" series. I was happy to dive back into the lives of the characters. The book ended up just as I hoped it would. There is not one but two brides in this story. Jane and Mercy finally have their lives come together and ...

    This entire series moved at a very gentle pace, sometimes a little too gentle. But at the same time, each book was filled with many varied story threads, all woven together seamlessly. There's drama, intrigue, and excitement, but it's always very genteel and elegant, just like the era ...

    This is book three in Tales of Ivy Hill and you should read them in order so you are familiar with the characters and events. In this conclusion to my ladies of Ivy Hill I was surprised by some of the twists that didn?t turn out as expected but were done in Klassen style. I loved Jos...

    I loved this third book in the Ivy Hill series. Although I suspect this may be the final book in the series, I sincerely hope that Julie Klassen will revisit Ivy Hill in the future. She has created a wonderful cast of characters that I would be happy to see again and again. I was gl...

    'Mercy reminded herself that God did not promise ease and happiness in this life. But He did promise peace and joy, and she was determined to hold on to both, somehow.' I have sincerely looked forward to Julie Klassen's final of her Tales from Ivy Hill series. I certainly have thoro...

    This series should be read in order. https://www.talesfromivyhill.com/ ...

    This is the third book of The Ivy Hill Trilogy.. Please read them in order. Ivy Hill is a hamlet, or a small village, with a few of the Ton summer homes, a coaching Inn , and other needed shops for a very small town . The book circles around several key ladies, their lives disappointme...

    I am a frazzled mess of euphoric bliss and abject misery because, while this was a spectacular conclusion to the Tales of Ivy Hill series, it is also the last book! Gulp. Ever. Like in never getting to armchair travel there again. And though this delectable, multi-romanced story charme...

    This was a beautiful conclusion to this beautiful series :) Jane, Mercy, Rachel, and their families and friends have a special place in my heart now along with many more of Julie Klassen's characters. This volume brought Mercy's story particularly into focus and I loved it! What a char...

  • Marguerite Gray
    Mar 21, 2019

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

    This is a series I would recommend to read in order, and also close together, due to certain aspects continuing from one book to the other and all the various characters involved. This was a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion to the series. I really loved that the main focus of t...

    The third and final installment in the Tales From Ivy Hill bring things to a head for Mercy, Jane, and other residents of Ivy Hill Village. I've been with this story since the beginning and was eager to see how things wrapped up for several favorite characters. So much was going on tha...

    Too slow at time, picked up in the middle, then too much detail and too sentimental at the end. A little disappointed because I had been looking forward to this book for a year. Klassen's books don't usually drag so much. ...

    Much has happened in idyllic Ivy Hill in recent months, and while several villagers have found new love and purpose, questions remain--and a few dearly held dreams have yet to be fulfilled. This is the last book in the Tales From Ivy Hill trilogy and I was looking forward to readi...

    This was a very satisfying conclusion to the "Tales from Ivy Hill" series. I was happy to dive back into the lives of the characters. The book ended up just as I hoped it would. There is not one but two brides in this story. Jane and Mercy finally have their lives come together and ...

    This entire series moved at a very gentle pace, sometimes a little too gentle. But at the same time, each book was filled with many varied story threads, all woven together seamlessly. There's drama, intrigue, and excitement, but it's always very genteel and elegant, just like the era ...

    This is book three in Tales of Ivy Hill and you should read them in order so you are familiar with the characters and events. In this conclusion to my ladies of Ivy Hill I was surprised by some of the twists that didn?t turn out as expected but were done in Klassen style. I loved Jos...

    I loved this third book in the Ivy Hill series. Although I suspect this may be the final book in the series, I sincerely hope that Julie Klassen will revisit Ivy Hill in the future. She has created a wonderful cast of characters that I would be happy to see again and again. I was gl...

    'Mercy reminded herself that God did not promise ease and happiness in this life. But He did promise peace and joy, and she was determined to hold on to both, somehow.' I have sincerely looked forward to Julie Klassen's final of her Tales from Ivy Hill series. I certainly have thoro...

    This series should be read in order. https://www.talesfromivyhill.com/ ...

    This is the third book of The Ivy Hill Trilogy.. Please read them in order. Ivy Hill is a hamlet, or a small village, with a few of the Ton summer homes, a coaching Inn , and other needed shops for a very small town . The book circles around several key ladies, their lives disappointme...

    I am a frazzled mess of euphoric bliss and abject misery because, while this was a spectacular conclusion to the Tales of Ivy Hill series, it is also the last book! Gulp. Ever. Like in never getting to armchair travel there again. And though this delectable, multi-romanced story charme...

    This was a beautiful conclusion to this beautiful series :) Jane, Mercy, Rachel, and their families and friends have a special place in my heart now along with many more of Julie Klassen's characters. This volume brought Mercy's story particularly into focus and I loved it! What a char...

    I'm sorry the series has come to an end. What a journey with the women of Ivy Hill through their struggles with society, men, children, occupations, and faith. I feel I have become friends with them through these books. Village life has its pros and cons. Julie Klassen captures it perf...

  • Misti
    Jan 04, 2019

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...

    I'm really not much of a series reader, but I love Julie Klassen's writing style. I have loved every minute I have spent in Ivy Hill. The characters and setting are charming. This series is the ultimate comfort reading for me. This entry wrapped everything up nicely. I would love to sp...

    This is a series I would recommend to read in order, and also close together, due to certain aspects continuing from one book to the other and all the various characters involved. This was a beautiful and heartwarming conclusion to the series. I really loved that the main focus of t...

    The third and final installment in the Tales From Ivy Hill bring things to a head for Mercy, Jane, and other residents of Ivy Hill Village. I've been with this story since the beginning and was eager to see how things wrapped up for several favorite characters. So much was going on tha...

    Too slow at time, picked up in the middle, then too much detail and too sentimental at the end. A little disappointed because I had been looking forward to this book for a year. Klassen's books don't usually drag so much. ...

    Much has happened in idyllic Ivy Hill in recent months, and while several villagers have found new love and purpose, questions remain--and a few dearly held dreams have yet to be fulfilled. This is the last book in the Tales From Ivy Hill trilogy and I was looking forward to readi...

    This was a very satisfying conclusion to the "Tales from Ivy Hill" series. I was happy to dive back into the lives of the characters. The book ended up just as I hoped it would. There is not one but two brides in this story. Jane and Mercy finally have their lives come together and ...

    This entire series moved at a very gentle pace, sometimes a little too gentle. But at the same time, each book was filled with many varied story threads, all woven together seamlessly. There's drama, intrigue, and excitement, but it's always very genteel and elegant, just like the era ...

    This is book three in Tales of Ivy Hill and you should read them in order so you are familiar with the characters and events. In this conclusion to my ladies of Ivy Hill I was surprised by some of the twists that didn?t turn out as expected but were done in Klassen style. I loved Jos...

    I loved this third book in the Ivy Hill series. Although I suspect this may be the final book in the series, I sincerely hope that Julie Klassen will revisit Ivy Hill in the future. She has created a wonderful cast of characters that I would be happy to see again and again. I was gl...

    'Mercy reminded herself that God did not promise ease and happiness in this life. But He did promise peace and joy, and she was determined to hold on to both, somehow.' I have sincerely looked forward to Julie Klassen's final of her Tales from Ivy Hill series. I certainly have thoro...

    This series should be read in order. https://www.talesfromivyhill.com/ ...

    This is the third book of The Ivy Hill Trilogy.. Please read them in order. Ivy Hill is a hamlet, or a small village, with a few of the Ton summer homes, a coaching Inn , and other needed shops for a very small town . The book circles around several key ladies, their lives disappointme...

    I am a frazzled mess of euphoric bliss and abject misery because, while this was a spectacular conclusion to the Tales of Ivy Hill series, it is also the last book! Gulp. Ever. Like in never getting to armchair travel there again. And though this delectable, multi-romanced story charme...

    This was a beautiful conclusion to this beautiful series :) Jane, Mercy, Rachel, and their families and friends have a special place in my heart now along with many more of Julie Klassen's characters. This volume brought Mercy's story particularly into focus and I loved it! What a char...

    I'm sorry the series has come to an end. What a journey with the women of Ivy Hill through their struggles with society, men, children, occupations, and faith. I feel I have become friends with them through these books. Village life has its pros and cons. Julie Klassen captures it perf...

    This last entry in the Ivy Hill trilogy was a sweet and gently told finale to the series, wrapping up loose ends in a satisfying manner. My only regret was the introduction of several new characters without really giving them any depth, due to lack of space and time. I would have much ...

    I have loved every book in this series - they do have a slower pace in general, but I have loved following the lives of the people of Ivy Hill, seeing how their stories intertwine and how the people new to town slowly make their place and become accepted by the people. I wouldn't say i...

    So this one took me awhile to get back into. I?d forgotten the characters and I was quite lost. I felt like I was drawn to Mercy the most and hated everything that was happening to her. And poor Jane....Would she ever have a child... As the story progressed there was a lot of twis...

    The Bride of Ivy Green by Julie Klassen takes us back to February 1821 in Ivy Hill, Wiltshire, England. Mercy Grove and her aunt, Matilda are preparing for the arrival of hew newly married brother, George and his society bride, Helena. Mercy was forced to close her school and have the ...

    First sentence: Mercy Grove could no longer put off the painful task. If you enjoyed The Innkeeper of Ivy Hill and The Ladies of Ivy Cottage, you are definitely going to read the third book in the series, The Bride of ivy Green. The only complaint I have is that I think it should ha...

    At last, all the heroines of Ivy Hill finally attain their dreams, whether having old dreams rebuilt or new ones developed (sometimes in ways I didn't expect). In the first two books it felt like more was at stake, but this one provides the satisfying conclusion to the series that I've...

    Conclusion to the Tales of Ivy Green Series. This book brings a full contented wrap of the lives of three friends Jane, Rachel & Mercy. Each book has developed a little deeper and brought many characters into the mix. The entire village plays a part - and this unite clearly is writ...

    Julie Klassen concludes her trilogy set in the fictional town of Ivy Hill, which was based on a real English village in Wiltshire in 1820-21. There are surprises for some main characters, not all happy, and a pleasant look at how life has unfolded for others. New characters were introd...

    With Julie Klassen's final book in her Tales from Ivy Hill series, The Bride of Ivy Green, the reader is taken back to the familiar roads, homes, and citizens of this little town outside London. With enduring characters and a lovely storyline, the plot enraptured my attention and kept...

    In this final volume of the Tales from Ivy Hill, spinster Mercy Grove is feeling pushed out of her beloved home by her new sister-in-law. She takes a position as a governess, though that is a step down for her, but soon finds herself pursued by two men. Meanwhile, Jane Bell still strug...

  • Kellyn Roth
    Jan 13, 2019

    It was lovely to visit Ivy Hill again. The second book of the series left relationships unresolved and I really wanted an HEA for more than one character in the series conclusion. While I adore Jane, it was Mercy's story line that pulled me in the most in this third novel. Her cold ...

    This conclusion to the Tales from Ivy Hill once again returns us to the English town of Ivy HIll and the ladies of this town. Jane and Rachel are happily married. Mercy and Aunt Matty are stuck living with Mercy's brother and his new bride who isn't fond of the situation at all. And Ma...

    This is a beautiful, satisfying conclusion to the Ivy Hill series, one that I both dreaded ending yet couldn't read fast enough to see what happened to my friends. While I am very attached to Jane and loved seeing her story continue here, I was thrilled to see Mercy, who I consider to ...

    I'll post my official review later, but for now, this rant will have to do. :P (There will be no spoilers; I'll just rant without meaning. I realize it's not launched yet.) Now, I hate, hate, HATE those readers who are like, "I KNOW HOW THE BOOK SHOULD HAVE ENDED AND THE AUTHOR WHO ...