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by Lisa T. Bergren

Category: Literature and Fiction
Subcategory: Christian Books
Author: Lisa T. Bergren
ISBN: 143476706X
ISBN13: 978-1434767066
Language: English
Publisher: David C. Cook; 1 edition (June 1, 2010)
Pages: 386
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Loved every minute of each book. When I reached the Epilogue of Book 3 I let out a huge sigh, knowing I had come to the end.

Thank you Lisa T Bergren for a riveting trilogy. Loved every minute of each book.

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From Book 1: Embark on this western epic in Book One of the Homeward Trilogy. A publishing heiress is on the brink of life and death. Her beautiful younger sister is called to the forbidden stage. Her brother and troubled guardian is raging inside. A veiled treasure map leads to a hidden silver mine while a threatening villain hovers in the shadows. And a hero is bent on saving his bride.

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CLAIM Claim drew me in to the Colorado setting with characters who had much to overcome and the courage to. .Lisa T. Bergren is an excellent writer. I highly recommend Breathe, and I can’t wait for the next book in the trilogy. Cindy Swanson, blogging at Notes in the Key of Life.

CLAIM Claim drew me in to the Colorado setting with characters who had much to overcome and the courage to stand up for their beliefs. Breathe riveted me with its fascinating peek into Colorado Springs history and well-drawn characters I quickly grew to love.

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Embark on a Western epic in the Homeward Trilogy. BREATHE: It's Colorado, 1883. A publishing heiress is on the brink of life and death

Embark on a Western epic in the Homeward Trilogy. 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 figh. o read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Lisa T. Bergren is the best-selling, award-winning author of more than thirty books

Lisa T. Bergren is the best-selling, award-winning author of more than thirty books. She lives in Colorado Springs with husband, Tim, and their children. Learn more about this copy.

Book 2 of the Best-Selling Full Circle Series Can the handsome handyman enlisted to renovate Julia's estate also fix her mixed-up heart? After inheriting her family's lighthouse and mansion, heiress Julia Rierdon-sister of Jake Rierdon (Refuge)-travels to the coast of Maine to restore the estate and turn it into a lavish inn. Temporarily separated from her wealthy fiancé, Julia turns to a mysterious stranger for assistance

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.

Comments to eBook Claim (The Homeward Trilogy, Book 3)
Gathris
Claim was 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!

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Skillet
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: A Novel of Colorado (The Homeward Trilogy Book 2). 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 Colorado but, ashamed of spending/losing his inheritance, he wants to earn some money before he sees his sister Odessa again. Through circumstances, he becomes owner of a mine and guardian to a young boy. He becomes increasingly intrigued with his neighbor Sabine, who is harboring her own wounds from living with an abusive (but now presumed dead) husband. All three are in danger when a mining company is bent on getting their hands on Nic's mine and Sabine's land. Meanwhile, Moira hides behind a veil to cover her burns. She wants more from her relationship with Daniel than he is willing to give. Feeling rejected, she returns to NYC to meet the grandparents of her unborn baby. Then, things start to go terribly wrong for her. Even though Nic has been quite the hothead (quick to anger, slow to listen) since book 1, I really liked him. He seemed like a real person and not just a flawless hero that a woman would automatically fall in love with. He seemed genuine in his struggles with his faith, his anger problem, and not feeling like he ever lived up to his father's expectations. I was happy to see him mature and I appreciated his arc throughout this series. Moira was quite selfish and spoiled since book 1 and it was with some relief that she finally matured. However, I did not like her storyline as much when she went to NYC, that part seemed a little off to me. Overall, I was glad to see all the St. Clair siblings get their happy ever afters. I think if you read the entire series, you'll appreciate the satisfying ending---4.5 stars
Silly Dog
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 played out for him. He definitely grew emotionally and spiritually throughout each of these books. The man from book one is quite changed by the end of book three.

I really enjoyed all three of these books from the Homeward Trilogy. Each book has romance, danger, adventure, and spiritual growth for the characters.
Cildorais
Dominic St. Clair has had a hard time getting his bearings, and he carries burdens of guilt and regret. He finally ends up at a gold mine in the Rocky Mountains and becomes interested in the local teacher. However, life always ends up being a struggle for Dominic, and this proves true at the mine, too. But as he begins to understand what love is all about, he might just find the strength to move beyond his past.

I found Dominic endearing and this book pulled me in, reading quickly. It is a classic struggle against good and evil, but Dominic’s desire to do the right thing makes it ring with hope. What a good end to the series!
Nirn
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 (external forces and bad choices) kept the pages turning, part of me would rather have seen a little less of that and a little more on the relational development between the love interest. I say that in part, because in all three books there was one or more "bad guy" at play in the story and while it does heighten part of the suspense, I also like to see more of the internal and relational take a more prominent role. I would say this was a highly entertaining read with some good truths peppered throughout. I did however, see the potential for more. Still a good read!
Nayatol
A life story set in the wild western state of Colorado. Sheriff Daniel finds ???? with an 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 sister, Odessa (Dess) stats on the ranch with her husband Gavin and ???? Daniel.
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