I loved the print version and listening to the audio edition, just added to my pleasure of enjoying this book all over again.
It would have to be Daniel, my idea of a rugged mountain man, all rough and tough on the outside, but who has a loving and sensitive soul, that he keeps hidden very well. But I loved Aimee too, a high spirited modern woman, used to taking care of herself and she fights having to depend on Daniel.
Alexandra did a remarkable job of speaking the different voices and even the Frenchmen were believable. Since I cannot pronoun the names of the native tribes and do not know their languages, it was very pleasant to hear them pronounced the way they should be and this added to my listening pleasure.
I was drawn into this story from the very beginning when Aimee found herself lying on the green buffalo grass in Yellowstone, surrounded by nothing but wilderness and realized she had traveled two hundred years into the past to 1810. This begins the beautiful story of two people finding each other even though they lived two centuries apart. But could they stay together and would Aimee want to stay here in the wilderness with Daniel? I loved all the sexual tension between the two of them and I laughed, worried and cried along with them, well, actually sobbed at certain parts.
All the secondary characters were well thought out and quite a few were very likable, like Elk Runner, one of my favorites and as the story continued, I was able to recognize their different voices, as Alexandra read the audio.
This is a wonderful beginning to all of Peggy's audio books and I am looking forward to listening and enjoying the rest, just as I am enjoying reading her books. Highly Recommend. JudyE
Adventure! Family! Heartwarming!
I loved listening to Alexandra narrating this audio. I was swept along into the story and was comfortable with the way she used her voice with each of the characters. I usually do not care for female narrators, but this is the third audio I've listen to her narrate and enjoyed. I'm looking forward to listening to her again.
A Christmas story centered around Daniel, Aimee and their family. Even though it is a novella, it is a nice addition to the Yellowstone Series. Just long enough to get to revisit with some of my favorite characters in the Series and see how they celebrated Christmas. Add a little danger, what else would you expect back in Yellowstone in the 1800's, fun and romance and you have a wonderful story for now and at Christmas. I enjoyed it now and will be enjoying again. You can enjoy this as a stand alone, but the whole Series is wonderful to listen to. JudyE
I found it as enjoyable as all the other audiobooks I have listened to and will be listening to again. I enjoyed Steve Marvel's voice narrating the audiobook. I listened to him narrating Teton Sunrise and was happy to know he would be doing this one also. So far they have all been 5 star audiobooks.
Raised by Byron Yancey in Boston as his daughter, Sophia Yancey never knew she was born and raised in the wilderness of the Teton mountains until she was two. At that time her mother, Whispering Waters and her father, Laurent Berard were both murdered by an old enemy. Yancey, promising to keep her safe, disappeared back to Boston, before the killer found and murdered her too. Now twenty years later, Sophia a beautiful young lady, due to become engaged to a prominent man of Boston, has little idea how her life will change on the night of her engagement announcement.
Six months before, in the Teton mountains, Joseph Walker, son of Alex and Evelyn Walker, was asked by Sophia's grandfather, Chief Two Bears, to travel to Boston to bring his granddaughter Raven (Sophia) home to him. He was dying and wanted to see her one more time. Joseph knew it would take many months, but out of respect for his friend, Chief Two Bears, felt he needed to do this.
I enjoyed listening to this audiobook as Joseph a rugged mountain man, fell in love with this young, beautiful society woman while trying to protect and keep her safe from an unknown enemy, as they traveled through the mountain wilderness to her grandfather. And I enjoyed listening as Raven, no longer feeling as though she didn't belong, grow into a strong and confident woman.
Full of romance, suspense and danger from an old enemy, as they travel through the mountain wilderness, I'm sure you will enjoy this audiobook as much as I did. I am looking forward to the third one in the series. JudyE,
Yes, I enjoy listening to audio books while working around the house. If I have read the book, this just adds another wonderful way to enjoy the story. I also enjoy listening to Nick Sarando narrating. He has a nice way of describing what a character is thinking and I like his voice for the different characters. I would never hesitate to purchase an audio book if I knew he was the narrator.
Dani may be one of my favorite heroines in the Yellowstone Series. I liked her the first time I met her in Yellowstone Awakening and I am so happy the Author gave Dani, her own story. Dani is a beautiful, strong, brave and independent young woman that takes the hard knocks of life and deals with them with courage and hope, that things will get better. When she meets Josh in the wilderness of Yellowstone, she realizes who he is and that she met and fell in love with him five years ago, but never expected to see him again.
Josh, handsome and rugged, but a hard mountain man, (but below the surface a very loving and supportive man with those he cares about) doesn't remember Dani and wouldn't care if he did. He always swore he would never get married unless he had a shotgun held to his head. He likes his independence too much. Little did he know what the future held for him.
Yellowstone National Park in 1877 is the background for this story, of a sweet and passionate romance with danger and suspense to keep us turning the pages, as our hero and heroine dodge bullets, trying to save each other from the enemy.
I loved this audio book and will be enjoying it again. I highly recommend. JudyE
Yes I would. I enjoyed reading the book, but listening to the audiobook, bought every emotion that the characters were feeling to life.
When I first started to listen to the audiobook, I didn't think I would care for his narrating, but by the time I was into the 3rd chapter, I couldn't picture anyone else reading this audiobook. And the emotion in his voice, had me believing in him, as the character. I thought as the other reviewers, that he didn't have Evelyn's voice right at the beginning, but it grew on me as the story progressed.
Yes, there were quite a few, but the ending had me crying and I am still sniffling two hours later. I felt the same way with the ebook but not quite as strongly and I give credit to Steve Marvel's voice and great narrating. When it really mattered, his voice nailed it and for this he gets 5 stars. Hopefully he will be narrating Teton Splendor!
This is another wonderful romance by one of my favorite authors. I've read all of the Yellowstone Romance Series and this ties into it very nicely, and you do not need to read those, to enjoy this series though I recommend it. Plenty of romance, lies, danger and a little suspense. Throw in a rugged mountain man and a beautiful young women and this makes a wonderful audiobook to sit back and enjoy. JudyE
Yes I would. I have recommended both the book and audiobook, since I have enjoyed them so much and still do. The whole series just takes you away into another time period and allows you to experience what it would be like to have lived in those days.
I listened to Alexandra Haag narrating Yellowstone Heart Song and enjoyed her voice with that audiobook, so I was very happy to hear her narrating this one. I feel she does very well with the different voices and I felt they were believable. She helped to bring this story of deception, suspense, forgiveness, humor and love to life.
This audiobook picks up about two months after Yellowstone Heart Song ended, when Dan Osborne and Jana Evan first meet. I liked them so much, I wanted to know what would happen if they had their own book and I am so happy that the author gave them their own story.
Desperate, Dan wants so badly to become a permanent park ranger at Yellowstone National Park and he's willing to do most anything. Even though he hasn't seen Jana since the first time they met, he contacts her for help in locating the time travel device, that will assure him of getting the job. Shortly after meeting with her, he realizes he made a bad mistake with getting her involved and lying to her. He regrets the whole idea and tries to make everything right, but it's too late. Jana, strong, loving and very trusting, missing her best friend, Aimee, goes along with the idea, not realizing until too late, the real reason Dan wants to travel two hundred years into the past. Can Dan win her love and will Jana forgive him?
What a great ending to the Yellowstone Series! I love each book and audiobook and hated to see it all end, but Peggy L. Henderson with her wonderful imagination and her love for Yellowstone National Park did a bang up job with an ending that truly shocked me. It took me by surprise and left me sobbing.
Each of these books and audiobooks follow some of the descendants of Daniel and Aimee Osborne. I enjoyed following each generation, to see how they lived and how the country changed throughout the years. Even though I will never get a chance to visit the beautiful Yellowstone National Park and see all of it's glory, I am able to experience some of it through the author's eyes and all the wonderful characters she brings to life. I highly recommend this and every book and audiobook by this author, for pure enjoyment and entertainment. JudyE
This was an awesome book to read and an awesome audio book to listen to. Cody Roberts did an outstanding job of narrating this audio and I really enjoyed listening to his voice. I do hope to hear him again.
I love this book of second chances and time travel. Delaney Goodman, a beautiful, lonely young woman raised in foster homes, with no family of her own, just wished to be able to work with horses, as a trained equine massage therapist. But with no way to pay for schooling and no place to stay, she was on her last hope. Tyler Monroe, never planned on marrying because of what happened between his mother and father when he was twelve. As the owner of a thriving horse ranch in Montana Territory, he thought he was happy and contented the way things were with his life. But the mysterious and loveable Reverend Johnson had other plans up his sleeve.
This audio book, just pulls you in from the beginning. I love how the author takes an idea about time travel and just runs with it, spinning a wonderful tale of romance, humor and a mystery/suspense to keep you listening. With a beautiful heroine and a handsome sexy cowboy/hero, how can you go wrong! Each one of Peggy L. Henderson's time travel books, is so different, I'll never get tired of listening to them. I love the characters, yes even the one who turns out to be the bad guy, who needs a story of his own and a second chance at a happy ever after. JudyE
No,I enjoyed both the e-book and the audio, just enjoyed in a different way.When I read the e-book, I pictured Jake as being a smart aleck kind of guy and Cody Roberts was able to narrate that very well. The best thing about the audio version, is that it brings all the characters to life, especially if the narrator is good.
Jake was raised on a family ranch in Montana, but because of bad choices made,he ends up in jail facing a death penalty. When offered a second chance, he accepts, not realizing he will be traveling back in time to the 1800's as a scout, leading a wagon train from Ohio to Oregon. Here he meets lovely Rachel, a quiet and sweet young woman, but he learns she is married with three young children.
I found it very pleasurable to listen to Cody's voice, as he narrated the audio and found myself once again, swept away into a book by Peggy L. Henderson. Her descriptions of the land, have you believing you are there and her characters are always very well thought out.
This is a beautiful love story of a second chance in life and I am looking forward to the next audio in this series and I hope to find out a little more about the mysterious and funny Reverend Johnson. JudyE
Since I've read all of Peggy L. Henderson's e-books and really loved them, I am now listening to the audio books. To me it's another fun way to enjoy favorite books. And just like rereading a favorite book, I will be listening to the audio again.
1871 Yellowstone Kate's and Kyle's story.
Kyle Russell, son of Chase and Sarah, ( Yellowstone Redemption ) is a guide and scout for Yellowstone. On his way home, after leading a group of men through the Yellowstone Canyon area, his horse spooked and Kyle fell off into the hands of Laughing Badger, war chief of the Crow warriors and was brought back to their camp. Later, with his hands tied to a wooden pole, Kyle is desperately trying to think of a plan of escape, but he is shocked to see Laughing Badger and his warriors riding back into camp with a white woman on his horse. She appeared to be in bad shape and Laughing Badger pulled her off the horse and dragged her over to Kyle, where she sank to her knees. She looked up at Kyle with her blue eyes full of fear.....Great, Kyle thought, just what I need, someone else to save besides myself!
Peggy L. Henderson,once again swept me away, back to Yellowstone with her wonderful writing. This audio book has everything, romance, humor, danger, and suspense, plus it made me cry and I had to keep listening to see if there would be a HEA. Nick Sarando, with his beautiful narration of this audio book, made it very enjoyable to listen to. He has the talent to be able to use his voice to portray the different characters and make them so believable that they come to life. I am looking forward to the next two in the series. JudyE
Yes I would! I enjoyed reading the whole series twice and hearing it narrated just adds a different way to enjoy the books. Melissa Moran narrated the audio book beautifully and had me believing in each of the characters. I loved the way she portrayed Kate and her feelings, kept me laughing at all the right places.
Kate Jones is on the run for her life after leaving her ex boyfriend, Roberto Salazar, a drug lord in Mexico. She met him while on vacation in Mexico and fell in love after a wild courtship, thinking she knew what type of man he was. But after witnessing Salazar killing his best friend, Kate realized she had to find a way to leave and took a large amount of money stuffed in her backpack and ran off into the night. Now, Salazar wants the money and Kate back and will kill anyone standing in his way.
As Kate travels throughout Mexico, Alaska, Hawaii and Arizona trying to stay one step ahead of Salazar, she meets bad guys trying to kill her, good people trying to help, friends who turn out to be enemies and a few love interest along the way. You'll root for Kate, biting your nails wondering how will she get out of this jam, as houses explode around her and all the other numerous things that happen to her while continuing to try to live a normal life while staying under the radar of Salazar.
I love Kate! She's daring, loveable, compassionate, funny and strong, letting her weaknesses show only to those she loves, as she tries to survive.
This is a very fast paced and suspenseful book with a lot of humor on the side, which keeps it light and a fun audio to listen too. It's another great way to enjoy D. V. Berkom's books that brings her wonderful writing to life. I am looking forward to her next audio book. Highly recommend. JudyE
I enjoyed reading the book but I also enjoyed listening to the audio. It just added another wonderful way to enjoy a favorite book. Now that I know how nice it is to enjoy a book both ways, I will not hesitate to buy a audio of a favorite book for my library.
Nick's performance as Chase was perfect. He had that smirk in his voice just as I pictured in my mind when I read the book. Nick was also very convincing as each character and I was able to recognized each one by the change of tone in his voice. I enjoyed listening to him and hope to hear him in other audio books.
After a drinking binge and passing out in Yellowstone, Chase Russell finds himself time traveling two hundred years into the past to the year 1835. He meets Sarah, Daniel's and Aimee's daughter, ( Yellowstone Heart Song) and this begins a wonderful story of Chase with his bad boy cocky ways, growing into a man worthy of standing proud and confident along with the best of the mountain men. I have to admit, I didn't care for Chase in the beginning, but as I got further into the book, he started to grow on me and I could understand a little of why he acted and thought the way he did. And after the episode with the Blackfoot Indians, I have to say, he has stolen a piece of my heart and has become one of my favorite heroes. Sarah, strong and brave and so much like her mother, falls in love with Chase, but will her love be strong enough to keep him here when he wants so badly to go back to his time.
This is part two of the Yellowstone Romance Series and just as wonderful as the first one. Full of romance, laughter and parts that had me crying and that all makes a book worth reading and listening to. Peggy L. Henderson once again with the help of Nick Sarando's narration, brought her characters to life and all were very believable. I am looking forward to listening to part three in the series. JudyE
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