Friday, April 25, 2014

Claiming Mariah Review

I just finished reading "Claiming Mariah" by Pam Hillman and I really enjoyed it. In the book, Mariah Malone is overseeing her family's ranch after the sudden death of her father. After his death she sends a letter to his old friend, in hopes they could reconcile after a mysterious argument between the two of them. Unfortunately, the son of the old friend arrives on her doorstep, with awful news. The ranch isn't really her family's at all - it's his.

Mariah and her grandmother are about to be out on the streets. Slade allows them to stay on until they can gather up enough money to move out of town. But during those days, Mariah and Slade begin to fall in love.

There is a lot of mystery, backstabbing, and intrigue in this book. It's a great story that will keep your attention, and it has a happy ending. I definitely recommend this book.

Thank you to Litfuse Publicity and Tyndale Fiction for a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.

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Claiming Mariah

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