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Claim (The Homeward Trilogy, Book 3) Paperback – June 1, 2010
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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.
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!
(The hard part is not reading more about their lives (as it is with all books, at least to me)