Claim: A Novel of Colorado (Google eBook)
Sent west by their father to make a new life, the St. Clair siblings have done so—but hardly as he’d wished. Beautiful, headstrong Moira, after pursuing a career on the Paris stage, has returned to Colorado Springs—older, wiser, and certainly much poorer—to see if there’s anything left of a relationship she’d left behind. Older sister Odessa and her husband, Bryce, are struggling to rebuild their ranch after a devastating winter. And then Nic, the prodigal son, turns up—broken, haunted, and sick about leaving his sisters.
At last the family is reunited. But Dominic is still at loose ends, seeking a peace that has always eluded him. Only as he mines an old claim deep in the Rocky Mountains and begins a romance with a local schoolteacher does he begin to understand how passionately he is loved—by God, his family, and a good woman. But even as he relinquishes his fury, Nic discovers there is one last battle to fight…
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Claim is a great ending to the Colorado series. - Goodreads
Lots of plot twists and such. - Goodreads
I did enjoy the writing style of the author. - Goodreads
Full of gold mines, cowboys, and happy endings. - Goodreads
Thank you for writing. - Christianbook.com
I have become a huge fan of Lisa's writing! - Christianbook.com
Book was greatUser Review - Christianbook.com
Enjoyed the book from cover to cover! Loved the ending a great read!
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Review: Claim: A Novel of Colorado (The Homeward Trilogy #3)User Review - Margaret - Goodreads
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