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Suzanna Wilton has had a heavy share of heartache in her 27 years. Left wounded by a marriage cut short, she leaves city life to take up residency in a tiny Nebraska town. Her introduction to her neighbor Paul Rustin is a disaster. Assuming he's as underhanded as the other local cowboys she's already met, Suzanna greets him with sharp hostility.

Though Paul is offended by Suzanna's unfriendliness, he can't stop thinking about her, which unsettles his peaceful life. Intrigued by the woman who lives down the road and propelled by a sense that she carries a painful burden, he frequently drops by to offer help as she adjusts to rural living.

Just as Paul's kindness begins to melt Suzanna's frozen heart, a conflict regarding her land escalates in town. Even in the warmth of Paul's love, resentment keeps a cold grip on her fragile heart.

Will Suzanna ever find peace?

©2015 Jennifer Rodewald (P)2017 Jennifer Rodewald

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An Amazing story of Redemption

This story was great. I loved the characters and felt their pain as well. I liked how the characters were real people with real problems. I liked how the author presented the gospel message as well. It showed that even "Christians" are flawed people as well. The narrator did a fantastic job, however the sound was "tinny." Other than sounding like she was in an echoing hallway, to performance was very good. I would recommend this to anyone wanting a good clean romance.

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A life and relationship reclaimed

If you could sum up Reclaimed in three words, what would they be?

return, realization, acceptance

What other book might you compare Reclaimed to and why?

a book by Liz Isaacson

What three words best describe Trisha Wise’s voice?

clear, expressive,

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

A story of forgiveness and acceptance of oneself and others.