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"Ms. Holby is definitely a star on the rise." — The Best Reviews

About the Author

Cindy Holby has always been a writer. Since the beginning of her memories, her biggest desire has been to put words to paper. Now she is living her dream, although it’s not as glamorous as everyone thinks. The house still needs to be cleaned and the laundry done but she does manage to get some writing time in while she ignores the dust bunnies. She lives within the shadow of Pilot Mountain, North Carolina, with her own romance hero, her two exceptional sons, a long hair doxie named Cody, and two curious cats.

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  • File Size: 1106 KB
  • Print Length: 318 pages
  • Publisher: Berkley (May 1, 2012)
  • Publication Date: May 1, 2012
  • Sold by: Penguin Group (USA) LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0072O00HU
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #786,186 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I am a writer with books published in several genres. I write historical family sagas, futuristic action romance and Young Adult books.

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Format: Mass Market Paperback
Angel's End by Cindy Holby
Historical Romance May 1st, 2012
4 ½ stars

Those who enjoy slow, sweet westerns filled with redemption and huge heart will love this romance.

Cade Gentry's life has been hard since his father abandoned him and his brother at an orphanage. They were adopted by an abusive family and then cruelly separated. As a result, Cade became a bitter outlaw but now he wants to redeem his life. But he is being pursued. Luckily, he is saved by a pastor. However, his pursuers find him and kill the pastor. In desperation, Cade switches clothes with the pastor in hopes of starting a new life and evading his past.

Leah Findley and her son live in Angel's End. Leah is a widow whose husband, the town sheriff was murdered. To make ends met she has agreed to provide food and lodging for the new pastor. But when he arrives he is unconscious and suffering from a life threatening gunshot wound. Leah is shocked to find herself attracted to him. When she contracts the measles and they are quarantined together things only get more complicated.

The simple and authentic hometown feel of this new series will invite readers. Those who enjoy Dorothy Garlock's books will find a haven in this sweet story. This quiet novel slowly unfolds as the main characters find a deep love. Leah feels guilty having feelings for Cade because she thinks she is betraying her love for her husband. Cade feels guilty lying and causing more harm by `corrupting' Leah. Both discover a well deserved happiness together. The town has a lot of character as there are also many amusing characters who just beg to have their own stories told!

This quaint, charming western will be sure to appeal to readers.

Reviewed by Steph from the Bookaholics Romance Book Club
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By H. Grove (errantdreams) TOP 1000 REVIEWER on August 3, 2012
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I'll get my mild negatives out of the way first. Note that if what you're looking for is a very sweet romance, these are complaints that likely won't bother you much! There are a couple of moments that felt over-the-top to me, such as the delivery of the pastor's last words at the beginning of the book, the stereotypical spinning of the gun when holstering it; that sort of thing. Also, since this is obviously a romance/redemption tale, the general plot can't really help but be relatively predictable. Again, not a problem as long as that's what you're looking for.

I like Leah; she's a nice combination of nervous and strong, stubborn and shy. Cade seems to care too little about keeping up his charade since he's counting on leaving town; it felt like he should have at least been trying. That said, he has a fun, mischievous, sweet, haunted personality that's perfect for this sort of tale. Also, given his background in running cons, it's fun to watch him face off with one of the town's more perceptive personalities. The son, Banks, is better than I usually expect from romances; he wasn't as perfectly precious as I'm used to, even though he's still the wish-fulfillment-fantasy sweet kid.

The romance is sweet, and obviously it takes precedence in space and pacing over the action. There's a remarkably adorable kitten in here that stole every scene she was in, not to mention two fun dogs--it's a great book for animal lovers. Pretty much any complaint I had was something that's not considered too great a sin in this type of book as long as you know what to expect, so enjoy it in the spirit it's intended. The sex scenes are nicely done, adult and hot without being too outrageous for the setting. Overall, even though Cindy Holby's Angel's End isn't my usual type of genre/book, I very much enjoyed it.

[NOTE: book provided for review by publisher]
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Harriet Klausner #1 HALL OF FAME on May 1, 2012
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Preacher Timothy Keys travels from Ohio to his flock in Angel's End. At his campfire he welcomes severely wounded Cade Gentry for some food, warmth and a good ear. Besides his gut shot wound, Cade suffers nightmares from the deaths of his mother and baby sister. The kind preacher is murdered by Fitch's hired gun Davis who is after Cade.Just before dying Timothy tells Cade to "feed my sheep."

Sheriff's widow and single mom Leah Findley takes an unconscious Cade into her home so she can nurse him back to health. She thinks her handsome patient is the new preacher as he carries a bible with him. As Cade begins to recuperate, he is attracted to his nurse. When Leah catches the measles, they are quarantined together. As they fall in love, their mutual passion explodes. Now, armed with faith in their newfound love, all they have to face is the danger from Cade's past.

This is a terrific inspirational western romance starring a fascinating protagonist who has gone through hell and done many bad things, but starting with the Timothy encounter begins to find his way back to the lord and respectability. Action-packed, fans will root for Cade who used to pray to god as a child to intervene, but eventually concluded the lord laughed at his pleas. Fans will enjoy this engaging historical as High Noon comes to Angel's End.

Harriet Klausner
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I've got a category on my Kindle called "Unread" (basically my To Be Read pile), and although all the books are designated by genre, I tend to just grab and go when the mood strikes me. So one evening, I wound up with Angel's End, a western romance.

The book was clearly a western, with a lone man (Cade Gentry)shot and without horse, staggering through the cold as a blizzard approached. He was a man with a questionable past, a man pursued by those wishing to finish the job they'd started, a man near death. Lost and desperate, he does what so many at the end of their strength do, he sends up a prayer. And a miracle occurs. Before him is a fire, food, a kind welcoming man. Cade is fed, his wounds tended by a stranger, a preacher on his way to a new flock at Angel's End. But fate takes an ironic twist. One of Cade's pursuers catches up with him. The preacher, Timothy Kay, is killed immediately and falls face first into the fire, before Cade can kill the gunslinger. Cade is in a bad spot. He's terribly wounded, with a blizzard coming on. He pulls Pastor Kay's body from the fire, changes clothing with him and heads out, hoping the bad guys think the dead man is Cade and give up their search.

Leah is a widow of the town's sheriff who has mourned her husband for four years, and struggled to remain independent as well as care for her young son, Banks. She has space, and needs the money, so she's offered to provide room to the new preacher when he arrives. With winter setting in, no one expects Pastor Kay until spring. One night, with a blizzard starting, Leah and her dog discover a horse, with a fallen man half buried in the snow at the edge of town.
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