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Angel's End by Cindy Holby
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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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