A man willing to risk everything, including his life and all he's worked for, to free the woman he loves from an impossible situation.
Kyle Russell has worked with prominent men, led scouting expeditions through the Yellowstone country, and irritated more than a few Indian braves, but he will never duplicate his father's legendary accomplishments. Captured by a group of Crow warriors, his plans of escape are derailed when a lone white woman is brought into camp.
Kate Ellen Devereaux is on the run. Her guardian is dead, and she is lost in the Yellowstone wilderness. Found by an Indian war party, she is brought into their camp and thrown at the feet of a white captive. If he has plans of escape, she won't be left behind.
Kyle's father may be a legend in the territory, but he never had to deal with an eastern lady full of secrets, a woman who disrupts Kyle's plans to see the Yellowstone area turned into a national park. Convincing her that they are destined to be together may be a greater challenge than gaining support for the park movement. Kate can't afford to show interest in any man, regardless of her growing attraction to her backwoods rescuer. Will her ultimate reason for rejecting him spell doom for their growing love, and the national park idea, or can Kyle find a way to rescue both?
©2012 Peggy L Henderson (P)2014 Peggy L Henderson
Truly loved the characters and how well the author developed the characters growth and love. And justice was served without much violence!😊
I enjoyed this book every bit as much as the first two in the series. Admittedly it follows the same format and has a degree of predictability but it is a historical romance and part of a series so that was expected. The story and characters were fresh and engaging and it provided a welcome continuation of the Yellowstone saga. Nick Sarando did a credible job with the narration although he's not my favourite narrator.
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
Although there was no time travel in this story, it was an action packed adventure.
I have a difficult time with stories that contain domestic violence. I was also not pleased that the judge who ruled in her favor didn't award her any damages for her ordeal. Her vile mother and Deveraux went unpunished for the harm they caused her. I really enjoyed the way that Kyle's family rallied around Kate immediately after finding out her secret. Kate's bit of espionage in honor of her lost love was very well written.
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