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March 28, 2007
posted by David Meigs at 3/28/2007 12:01:00 AM





This week, the


Christian Fiction Blog Alliance


is introducing



RECLAIMING NICK


( Tyndale Fiction, 2007)


by


Susan May Warren





ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Award winning author SUSAN MAY WARREN recently returned home to her native Minnesota after serving for eight years with her husband and four children as missionaries with SEND International in Far East Russia. She now writes full time from Minnesota's north woods. Visit her Web site at www.susanmaywarren.com.




ABOUT THE BOOK:

RECLAIMING NICK is the first of The Noble Legacy series. Book Two, Taming Rafe, will be available January 2008.



A Modern Day Prodigal Comes Home...



NICK NOBLE HADN'T PLANNED ON BEING THE PRODIGAL SON.

But when his father dies and leaves half of Silver Buckle--the Noble family ranch--to Nick’s former best friend, he must return home to face his mistakes, and guarantee that the Silver Buckle stays in the Noble family.


Award-winning journalist Piper Sullivan believes Nick framed her brother for murder, and she’s determined to find justice. But following Nick to the Silver Buckle and posing as a ranch cook proves more challenging than she thinks. So does resisting his charming smile.

As Nick seeks to overturn his father’s will--and Piper digs for answers--family secrets surface that send Nick’s life into a tailspin. But there’s someone who’s out to take the Silver Buckle from the Noble family, and he’ll stop at nothing--even murder--to make it happen.

Endorsement:

“Susan May Warren once again delivers that perfect combination of heart-pumping suspense and heart-warming romance.”--Tracey Bateman, author of the Claire Everett series




If you would like to hear more about Nick, he has his own blog. Also, the first chapter is there...

Pick up a copy at Amazon

Visit the author's website

* Review written by M. C. Pearson


 

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1 Comments:


At Wednesday, March 28, 2007, Blogger Rulan

wow This sounds like the kind of book I could sink my teeth into.