Claim: A Novel of Colorado

Claim A Novel of Colorado 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 Colo

  • Title: Claim: A Novel of Colorado
  • Author: Lisa Tawn Bergren
  • ISBN: 9781434767066
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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 strSent 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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    1. A great ending to a wonderful historical series! I really enjoyed reading about the St. Clair siblings and am kind of sad to say goodbye. I liked how again this book was about all three of them and not just Nic. I also enjoyed the mining aspect.The individual romance stories were all sweet and the ending brought a smile to my face. A satisfying conclusion and I definitely recommend this series!*Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above [...]

    2. Claim wraps up the Homeward Trilogy series. The author did a great job of tying up all of the loose ends and ensuring that all three St. Clair siblings have full and satisfying stories.Moira’s story line continues from book two, while Dominic’s story definitely takes over as the primary focus of book three. I really enjoyed watching where Moira’s search for love and understanding took her. Wow! That was a very powerful part of the book.I also enjoyed Dominic’s story and how everything pl [...]

    3. I devoured this one and so enjoyed finally getting a satisfactory life for all three siblings. I loved Lisa's exciting style of writing and her descriptions of both people and places. Adjectives for this book: adventure, panic, excitement, love, priorities, . I loved it and will read much more of Lisa's writing.

    4. Really good! Finished it in like one day, less than twenty four hours! ;) The whole series is overall good!

    5. This book was a satisfying conclusion to the series. I thoroughly enjoyed it! Please check out my blog for further review on this book and many more! faithlovebooks/20

    6. Claim is one wild ride. Bergren doesn't pull any of her punches, and this book is no exception. Highway murders, claim jumpers, cave ins, shoot outs, holding people against their will, nefarious schemes, and so much more makes this book move at a mile a minute. There were so many well-designed scenes where the characters were in peril for a long period of time making the action and suspense deliciously drawn out. It was exciting, intriguing, romantic, and joyful, definitely not as much of a down [...]

    7. This third and final book in Lisa Tawn Bergren's The Homeward Triology, takes us along Dominic St. Clair's life path. Here we get to see how he has grown and matured as he comes to terms with the decisions he has made in his life. Dominic's path is one with many twists and turns. I particularly liked the way Ms. Bergren continued peeling the multi layers in her protagonist's life. I also liked the way she continued tying up the loose ends in the lives of his two sisters. She weaves all of these [...]

    8. Claim: A Novel of Colorado (The Homeward Trilogy Book 4 )A life story set in the wild western state of Colorado during the 1880's. Sheriff Daniel finds 💘 with a former opera singer named Moira. And her brother, Dominick (Nic) St. Clair travels the world only to come home to find 💘 with Seline and young Everette. Their older sister, Odessa (Dess), stays on the ranch with her husband Bryce and 🚼 Samuel.

    9. So Glad I Decided to get this BookMy only regret is I haven't read the first 2!! It was a very nice journey with Nic and Moira. It was a very good reminder that God still love us even when we make wrong decisions and don't like ourselves. Thank you Ms Bergren

    10. Great story! I really loved the characters. In all honesty I have to confess that it's not the type of book I normally read because of the Christian slant and point of view. Without the God things getting in the way I probably would have given it a five star rating.

    11. considering that I wasn't able to read the previous two books of this teilogy, I was able to completely understand the backstory. it was a very easy book to read and very true to life as well. We all find God and love in different places.

    12. EbookTwo couples that hold unto the past and can’t move forward until they let go of that past hurt and pain. It takes love and terrible circumstances to show the way to the future.

    13. CaptivatingThe author draw you the challenges faced by separated member of a family. How they turn their heart's back to God and submit to His will. When this is done doors are opened to a fresh future and the past is closed and forgiven but not forgotten.

    14. ClaimGreat book Lisa! I loved this series! The title is a great play on words. I kept thinking it was for the gold claim , but now I know different! The three siblings all went through so much, but their faith kept them going.

    15. Wonderful!I had not read the previous books in the trilogy but it didn't matter. The story was well written and could stand alone. Very good reading material!

    16. This is the third and final book in the Homeward Trilogy. After being the supporting character in books 1 and 2, Dominic (aka Nic) finally gets his story! Although one could figure out what was going on without having read the first two books, I would recommend at least reading book 2, Sing. Claim picks up a few months after Sing ends and it continues Nic's sister, Moira's storyline. Both Nic and Moira have been the prodigal St. Clairs who needed to find their way home (to God). Nic is back in C [...]

    17. The Homeward Trilogy started with "Breathe" and continued with "Sing", and now we have "Claim" to wrap it all up! This series is definitely tied together so I would recommend starting at the beginning if you have an interest in these Colorado-based stories.Nic St. Clair has been around the globe and is almost ready to face his family again, except for one thing: he doesn't want to go home empty-handed. An interesting offer for work sends Nic up into the mountains, where he unexpectedly inherits [...]

    18. After having read Sing, the second book in this series a few months back I was pleasantly surprised to learn that Claim the conclusion to the series was soon to follow. I have been waiting patiently to read this and it did not let me down in the least. I figured since each book focused on a different St. Clair sibling that naturally Nic's story would be told in Claim since Breathe is Odessa's story and Sing is mainly about Moira. This story is full of suspense, drama, love and hope. Not only did [...]

    19. Claim by Lisa T. Bergren is the third book in the Homeward Trilogy about the St. Clair siblings. This novel picks up the story of Dominic "Nic" who has been making his way back home to sister Odessa in Colorado after squandering his inheritance, being shanghaied on a ship from South America. Other sister Moira is recovering from her facial burns and dealing with the consequences of being pregnant from her late lover. Nic is offered the chance to own half of a gold mine, but almost immediately th [...]

    20. I had picked up this book from the library thinking that it was a stand alone book, it wasn't until I was half way through the book until I realized that this book was the third of the Homeward Trilogy.As a stand alone book it was a great read. An easy read that I was capable of reading within a few hours. It took a while to catch on to the history of the characters in the book, seeing that I didn't read the first two novels.I was entrapped in the plot line of Nic St. Clair, but I feel as though [...]

    21. CLAIM by Lisa T. Bergren was a good blend of drama, love story, heart, and suspense. The St. Claire family is the center of The Homeward Trilogy. Odessa St. Claire along with her husband, Brice is building a town, Moira is trying to rebuild her life after a harrowing accident that has left her scarred, and Dominic (Nic) St. Claire is struggling with past demons as he tries to make his way homeAIM centers on Nic, who after squandering his inheritance feels he needs to make something of himself be [...]

    22. First I would like to thank Lisa and her publisher for providing a copy for review. I was excited to receive the book, as Ms. Bergren is one of my favorite authors.I have to say this was a great book. It had a great story line, characters that drew you into the story, and some Colorado history thrown in. As a native Coloradoan, I have visited St. Elmo many times and have hiked around the Buena Vista, Gunnison, St. Elmo areas. What I loved about this book was it gave a glimpse of history in the a [...]

    23. Although I found this a very good read, I found I was lacking in the background of many of the characters. With "Claim" being Book #3 in The Homeward Trilogy, I'm sure there's a great deal I've missed.I did enjoy the writing style of the author. She certainly has a way with presenting the story and holding one's attention. I also found the story line to be very interesting and very exciting in places. The characters felt believable and quite real, but I feel I can't do this book justice without [...]

    24. I have to say this series never lacks for excitement! There constantly seems to be some force causing havoc for our prodigals, either with an internal struggle or with the evil in the world. I enjoyed seeing these prodigals return "home", finding themselves and their footing with God. Bergren has no trouble keeping the pages turning and creating a cast of characters that you are drawn to. Overall, it was a well done series and I really enjoyed it.I do have to say that while all the drama (extern [...]

    25. This book was very well written. Even though it was the third in a trilogy, I was able to read it without having read the first two books. Moreover, I enjoyed it. The book focused on two characters, Nic and Moira, brother and sister who are trying to put their lives back together and return to their family. The story line runs almost two distinctly parallel plots, one involving Nic and one involving Moira. This strategy worked to keep the plot rapidly moving back and forth between the two story [...]

    26. The final piece of The Homeward Trilogy! Eldest Odessa is settling in with her husband Bryce and Moira has returned home. Nic is still searching for a way to live with himself. He's fighting for the chance to prove himself and looking for a safe place to settle.If we claim to have fellowship with Him yet walk in the darkness, we lie and do not live by the truth. ~ 1 John 1:6Excellent end to a beautiful trilogy full of faith and heartache. A definite read you sink your teeth into. I was glad to r [...]

    27. This was a really great series. Very well written; interesting, engaging characters; great pacing that kept me anxious to keep going; and great dramatic adventures that made my heart pump. I liked how she kept switching between the 3 siblings, giving you a taste of each of their stories. I also like the "Prodigal Son" theme for Moira and Nic - how they struggled thru their mistakes and trials and found their way home, and even Dess didn't exactly live happily ever after when she got married - sh [...]

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