Nick Noble comes from a rich heritage of Montana ranchers. He loves the land, the cattle and his family. But as a rebellious, cocky young man, he threw it all away. Now, ten years later, his father has passed away and the threat of losing the family ranch brings Nick back home to face the error of his ways.
Piper Sullivan is an investigative reporter determined to exact justice for her brother who was falsely imprisoned by Nick Noble for murder—a murder she believes Nick committed. Incognito as the ranch cook, Piper expects to extract a confession from Nick. But she, too, has secrets to hide and a past that torments her. Nick and Piper are set on a collision course that could devastate them.
The characters introduced in the first book of the Noble Legacy series stay with the reader long after the story has ended. They are courageous individuals trying to live honorably in the midst of suffering and sorrow.
This is a story of forgiveness, learning to accept God’s forgiveness, and extending that same grace to others. In Reclaiming Nick, Susan May Warren has told a tale that demonstrates how God desires to reclaim all his lost children and, like the father of the prodigal son, receives them with rejoicing. – Vasthi Acosta, Christian Book Previews.com
Nick Noble hadn’t planned on being the prodigal son.
But when his father dies and leaves half the Silver Buckle—the Noble family ranch—to Nick’s former best friend, he returns home to face his mistakes . . . and to guarantee that the ranch 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 else who wants to take the Silver Buckle from the Noble family, and he’ll stop at nothing—even murder—to make it happen.