Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Claiming Mariah

Claiming Mariah
Pam Hillman

Mariah sends a letter after her father passes away that could change her life. Upon hearing of a wrong that her father committed before she was born, she writes a letter to apologize to the man he stole from. What she doesn't expect is to find the man's son standing on her front porch with claims to her ranch. But very quickly losing her ranch is only half of her problems. Mariah quickly finds out that not everyone who says they want to help are really trustworthy.

The book is listed as a Christian romance, but definitely has other parts to it. Murder, thieves, kidnapping, and fights are just a few of the things this author has thrown into the intriguing storyline. The characters were relat-able, the imagery felt real, and the romance was sweet. I also liked the minor characters of the brother and grandmother. My only complaint was the lack of ending to some of the side stories. I am hoping the author writes another book to make this a series. Since the author was new to me, I'm looking forward to checking out her other book.

I received this book free of charge from Tyndale in exchange for my honest review.

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