Posted by: Tanya Hanson | February 11, 2014

A Peek at Claiming His Heart ~Tanya Hanson

If you like inspy historical Westerns–and even if you don’t, I’d love a comment. I’ll be pulling one name from the Stetson at the end of the party to win a copy of Claiming His Heart. Give it a try… it isn’t judgey at all. And I promise cowboy Tull Sanderson will steal your heart from the get-go. I’m honored to have had it launch the Prayers ad Promises line from Prairie Rose Publications, where western writers go to make their dreams come true.

And stay tuned…throughout the day, I’ll be posting excerpts from the first chapter.


Caught between a noose and a cave-in, Tulsa Sanderson must do anything possible to prove his brother’s innocence…even if it means marrying a gold miner’s daughter he just met. He needs every nugget and flake he can pull from her worn-out claim, but he sure doesn’t need a wife. Save his brother and he’ll be back on the Texas cattle trails. God, and trusting Him, are things of the past. 

Charlotte Amalie lost her heart, her virtue, and her money to the last mysterious outsider who came to the valley. Faith? That’s wavered after too many family tragedies. But she has no choice but to wed the handsome Tull. He bears terrible family secrets that need to be kept behind closed doors. Although she’s eager to leave the valley to find a new life for herself and medical treatments for her wounded twin brother, her unwanted marriage douses her plans, yet stirs up hope and love for Tull…and begins to fortify her weakened faith. 

Can the two of them find a future–and faith–together even with their haunted pasts?  

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