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.
I just finished Reclaiming Nick for the first time a couple of days ago, and I cannot explain in words just how much I enjoyed it. Susan May Warren did a wonderful job weaving the mystery into her story; there were so many incidents that I never saw coming. Reclaiming Nick definitely kept me guessing!
Nick Noble’s past is full of regrets. Clearly the last thing he wants to do is face all of them, but when his father dies and leaves half of the Noble family land to Nick’s ex-best friend Cole, he feels he must do something to keep the Silver Buckle in the family. Arriving home, Nick realizes how much has changed since he left, and how he should have been there. While he is sure his father would be disappointed in him, Nick knows he can’t turn back time. Can he find a way to make it up to his family, or will he just make a big mess of things?
Piper Sullivan didn’t have the ideal childhood. With a firm belief that Nick Noble framed her brother for murder, she seeks to exact justice on the person she can do something about. While she cannot change her childhood memories that still give her nightmares, she can do something about Nick. Traveling to Montana, she finds work as a chef on the Silver Buckle so that she can have Nick right under her nose. There’s just one problem. She doesn’t cook.
Packed with both hilarious and spine chilling moments, Reclaiming Nick is a heartwarming mystery that I give five out of five bookshelves just for being awesome. You should check this one out if you get a chance!
Just a tip, my LifeWay store has it as a bargain book, so I’d check there first.
All credit for the above italicized synopsis goes to Susan May Warren and her publishers.