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Yellowstone Heart Song (Yellowstone Romance Book 1) Kindle Edition

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"The excitement and anticipation in this book is endless. The reader is left bursting to discover the next event as almost every page is turned. Vivid descriptions of Aimee's surroundings will transport even the least imaginative back to 1810." InD'Tale Magazine 5 Star Crowned Heart Review (Nov 2013)
One of the Best Kindle Books of 2013 --Digital Book Today

Finalist 2011 Spring into Romance Contest

The following reviews were posted on Amazon for a bundle edition of the Yellowstone Romance Series that was available for a short time.

This is one of the best series of romance novels that I have read I suggest this to anyone who wants to read about love and family and can daydream about the areas that the book takes place in. ---Cheryl Killian
I read all 5 of the "Yellowstone Romance" Series books and loved them all. If you like adventure and romance coupled with history you will like them too. These were page turners from the very first page. I liked the time travel aspect of the books, however, if you do not like time travel books, it really doesn't distract from the story. --M. Kendrick 
I found that this was one of those series that as soon as you finished one you had to start the next. Each story stands alone, but the weaving of characters through the series is great. --Jenn Cameron
Loved the background of historic Yellowstone in the series and enjoyed the relationship of all the characters --Barb H
This series has great characters and plot. They're a pleasant read. Also a nice way to learn about the history of Yellowstone National Park. --Deborah Mulford
This was a brilliant series of books that I just didn't want to end.---Susan Horsnell

From the Author

Yellowstone National Park has been an awe-inspiring place to me since my first visit during a two-week camping trip after graduation from high school. I've been back nearly every year since then. My husband introduced me to the great outdoors, and to camping and hiking. 
When the idea for Yellowstone Heart Song came to mind while on the drive home from vacation one year, I never thought it would turn into a published book. I loved reading romance, and I searched for other books set in Yellowstone, but couldn't find anything like what was swirling around in my head. 
The idea of writing a time travel novel was intriguing, since I could bring together the past and the present. The only time travel stories I'd been familiar with when I wrote Heart Song were the Back to the Future movies, Michael Crighton's book Timeline, and the romance movie Kate and Leopold. 
I struggled for a while with how I was going to send my characters through time, until I finally settled on the device that is now in the book. There is an entire backstory about this mysterious snakehead device in my notes, which I hope to explore further in an upcoming spin-off series. 
Once Heart Song was completed, I wrote a sequel, Redemption, and by the time that book was done, I knew that I was writing a series about my fictional account of how Yellowstone became a national park, using actual historical events (and putting my fictional spin on them). The resulting series is a mix of time travel romance stories and strictly historical romance stories. Each book is a standalone, but together they comprise a journey from Yellowstone as a primitive wilderness to becoming a national park, and the fictional roles my characters played in its creation. 

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  • File Size: 3834 KB
  • Print Length: 262 pages
  • Publication Date: January 2, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006SS09A4
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,215 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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I never thought I'd be a writer, much less publish a book someday. I always wanted to be a veterinarian. I guess life just had other plans for me. When my husband and I decided to start a family, vet school pretty much went out the window. I used to work with a vet who had three children while going through vet school. To this day, she is my hero.

I was born and raised in Germany, but long before my family immigrated to the U.S., I was fascinated with the American West. I grew up on german-dubbed episodes of Little House, Gunsmoke, and Bonanza, as well as the adventure novels set in the old American West by German author, Karl May.

I'm married to my high school sweetheart, and together with our two sons, we make our home in Southern California. Our family also includes a Labrador Retriever, a welsh pony, a miniature horse, three cats, four bearded dragons, and a flock of laying hens. Almost every summer since my husband and I graduated from high school, we spend two weeks camping in Yellowstone National Park.

I want to send a special thank you to all my readers. Thank you for taking the time to write reviews and to email me, leave messages on my blog, and find me on facebook. I wish I could thank each and every one of you personally. My email address can be found at the back of each of my books, and I will always make the time to respond. Thank you for making my journey as a writer such an awesome experience.

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80 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Carol A. Spradling on January 3, 2012
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This is the kind of book I have looked for but can rarely find. The story and characters stayed with me long after I closed the final page.

Aimee's love and curiosity for the Yellowstone area generate additional attention to a weary, hospital patient. Not only does the man provide this nurse entertaining stories, he offers her the opportunity to experience her favorite vacation spot as it was originally designed. He will send her into the past. He has no fear for her safety. His son is there. He gives her directions to his homestead and strict orders to not tell his son "when" she is from. Thinking the offer is part of the old man's charm, Aimee plays along, only to discover she is in the middle of the Yellowstone forest that is unlike any brochure she has ever seen. Bison still roam wild and Indians are not on reservations. So why is a handsome, white man perfectly at ease living among both of these natives?

Daniel can't leave a city woman to fend for herself, especially when he finds her on a cliff ledge with numerous injuries. His Indian, half brother doesn't help things when he continues to remind Daniel that by taking the woman to his home, he is agreeing to marry her.

Three months is a long time to wait to return to a world of modern conveniences. Three months alone with Daniel is worth the wait. When Aimee is forced into a decision she isn't willing to make, Daniel learns the reason for her secrets. He must now decide if he is willing to accept her deception or risk a life without her.

Yellowstone Heart Song is a book that hooked my attention from the first sentence and kept me riveted until the final word.
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42 of 44 people found the following review helpful By reading mom on March 17, 2012
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I live near Yellowstone National Park, and so I had to read this book. I crossed my fingers hoping it would be great, but thinking it would fall short. I love time travel books and romances. This book had it all. The time travel was done in a believable way, the romance was so great, the setting beautiful and the characters were wonderful. Daniel was almost too perfect, but that's ok for a hero in my opinion.

After finishing this I had to call my daughter and have her download it TODAY. I am going to get the two other books in the series too. I hope they are as good - but then when will I get any sleep?

FYI: There is one sex scene. In movie format it would be rated PG13.
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55 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Arlene Foster on January 5, 2012
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Carol's review left me with little to comment on regards story line, But I think Peggy is a wonderful writer that knows how to discribe a setting that draws you in and makes you feel you are there. She left me wishing I knew more not only of her characters future, but also of my Indian heritage.

Peggy imparts knowlege of the time setting, Indian habits, fur traders, medicine and much more without casting a feel that you are reading a history book, rather you are in the time right along with Aimie.

Before Aimie can accept the reality of Daniel she has to accept her own reality - she really is 200 years in the past. Aimie and Daniel's journey to love and his acceptance of her true origins was interresting, frustrating and addictive. A point comes when Aimie also has a life altering choice - life in her time without Daniel or a life without the so called advantages of modern life, such as medical care for a possible future family, but the love of the right man for her.

I love time travel stories and Peggy makes it a believable happening. For me, my fantacy reading has to "feel" real and Peggy has that knack. I rate her right up there with Marlys Millhiser's "The Mirror."

I'm lucky enough to be reading the second installment, "Yellowstone Redemption" and so far it is as appealing as "Yellowstone Heart Song" and answers my curiousity about Aimie and Daniel, while drawing me into the new characters. And no I'm not going to tell you who they are, but stay tuned for thier appearance.
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39 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Shirl on February 14, 2012
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I loved this book! It had me holding my breath, crying, laughing and I couldn't put it down. I am sorry it has ended. This book is so exciting and I love the ups and downs relationship of Daniel and Aimee.
I think there should be a future book of Jana and Dan.
Great read!
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Sarah on March 15, 2012
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After falling in love with Yellowstone National Park on my first visit at age 16 and enjoying it even more after each subsequent visit since, I couldn't wait to start reading Yellowstone Heart Song. Ms. Henderson has brought the beauty of this majestic landscape to life with the time travelling story of Aimee and Daniel.

Not only do we have Yellowstone National Park in a time untouched by tourism and a ruggedly, sexy alpha male mountain man, we have a fiercely independent heroine suddenly thrust 200 years in the past and left to survive in the wilderness on her own.

Some of my favorite scenes were when Aimee decides to venture out on her own to visit some of the landscapes on her own. The vivid descriptions made me feel like I was right there alongside with Aimee exploring the untamed country.

If you are looking for a time travelling adventure in a wondrous location, look no further than Yellowstone Heart Song.
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If books were given the same ratings as movies, I would probably rate these books with a PG-13 rating. There is definitely sexual tension, but they are not graphically detailed. Since this can be a subject that is open to a wide variety of opinions, I hesitate to state whether it is too much or... Read More
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