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Yellowstone Heart Song

(Yellowstone Romance #1)

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4.09  ·  Rating details ·  2,874 ratings  ·  350 reviews
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Nurse and avid backpacker Aimee Donovan is offered the opportunity of a lifetime. She encounters a patient who tells her he can send her two hundred years into the past to spend three months in the rugged Yellowstone wilderness at the dawn of the mountain man era. The only requirement: she cannot tell anyone that she’s from the fut
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Kindle Edition, 263 pages
Published January 2nd 2012
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SheLove2Read
Apr 29, 2013 rated it really liked it
Re-read October 2019
Originally I read this in 2013, and it has held up well. I'd still give this 4 stars.

2013 review:
Aimee Donovan is a nurse in 2010. It's during one of her shifts that she meets a cantankerous but seemingly harmless old man who shares her love of the outdoors and Yellowstone National Park. (Aimee is an avid backpacker and hiker) During one of their conversations, he tells her he is a time traveler and can send her into the past 200 years to experience what Yellowst
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Charlene
Jan 12, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Every once in a while a book comes along that just hits all the right buttons...you know, you're in just the right mood, the characters feel real, and it's a great story. That's what Yellowstone Heart Song was for me...loved it!

5 ★
Dorine
Nov 03, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: those who love pioneer westerns
Yellowstone Heart Song by Peggy L. Henderson is an adventure time travel historical romance, particularly appealing to those who love the wilderness. Who hasn’t imagined what it was like to live in the American frontier – to be the first people to co-exist with Native Americans? This book brings that dream alive. I’ve included my own Yellowstone photos at my blog as incentive to visit this awesome National Park.

Why was this book in Dorine’s TBR? After reading Letters from Yellowstone by Diane Smi/>Why
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Suzanna Williams
Apr 26, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Yellowstone Heart Song by Peggy Henderson is a time slip romance that was an unexpected delight. It follows Aimee Donovan, a nurse from 2010, as she travels back two hundred years in time to 1810 and meets Daniel Osborne, an incredibly hunky trapper, who turns out to be the love of her life.

Ms Henderson obviously knows the Yellowstone area well and her love for it shines through in the book. I enjoyed the tracking and hunting ‘ranger’ knowledge Aimee learns from Daniel and the glimpse into the
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♡ Sassy ~ Amy ♡
This was a great time travel historical/Daniel Boone story. I was surprised I liked it. Although, I really want a Daniel.

My only question is:

If you have the choice of going back in time & you can take what you want... Why leave everything back home & not take your pots & pans that aren't availabe (pie pan is what I am specifically thinking of) AND more medical supplies & drugs you know you can't get then... ESPECIALLY if they are freely available. (Tylenol
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Sandra ~ ♥ Cross My Heart ♥
Yellowstone Heart Song is the story of a modern-day woman, nurse Aimee Donovan, accepting a once in a lifetime opportunity to time travel back to the time of the mountain man era in the Yellowstone wilderness - year 1810. She needs to survive for three months before she will be returned to her time. And she must tell no one where she came from. Aimee is rescued by trapper Daniel Osborne and taken to his cabin where they settle into daily wilderness life together, but not "together". Daniel is an alp ...more
Amyiw
Jun 12, 2018 rated it really liked it
3 1/2-4 star with the ending, aww, bringing to 4.
Time travel romance.

This was a Kindle freebee with a $2 whispersync add on. It was pretty good after a little bit of a slow start, some predictable parts and a secret that I never understood why she would keep. Promise be damn. But then the ending was sweet. Surprising free read.
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My Blog review
Author: Peggy L. Henderson
Genre: Time Travel Romance
Source: Kindle Freebie
278 pages

After finishing Peggy L. Henderson's book Come Home to Me I was looking at her other books on Amazon and realized that the first book in the Yellowstone Romance series was also a kindle freebie. I jumped at the chance to read this book as well. I absolutely loved Come Home to Me and while I didn't like Yellowstone Heart Song quite as much I still liked it a lot. One of the
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Michele ~ la Smoocherina
This was a really good book. Well researched and just kind of amazing. I loved the time travel take on Yellowstone National Park 200 years ago. Daniel was the ultimate Alpha male. Living off the land, hunting and gathering for food. Aimee was Ana amazing spirit. Beautiful and open to new experiences. Though, like her, being a nurse, I'd take back a bunch of medical supplies. Very enjoyable time travel romance. This had very limited sex, but some one said it was more "heated than she usually read ...more
Anne♡loves♡romance
This is Book 1 in the Yellowstone Romance series. A well written, pleasant read (freebie on Amazon) involving 2 likeable characters from a different time. Very enjoyable on a rainy day.

Jacqueline's Reads
Oct 31, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: historical
3.5 – 4 Stars

A time travel historical romance? Okay, let’s give it a go.

Yellowstone Heart Song is okay. I think it’s a bit narrative and there are too many inner monologues, but I do like the storyline and I found it kind of different.

Aimee is from the current time period. She finds herself 200 years back. She stumbles upon Daniel and Daniel decides to provide shelter for her until Aimee decides what to do.

The pace of the book is mega slow. I think if the future book
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 Mummy Cat Claire
I got this free from Amazon.

This is book one in a series. I really enjoyed this book. I felt Henderson did a great job telling the story. The author started with Amiee entering Yellowstone Park in 1810. At first I thought this book should have started at an earlier point, but later I changed my mind.
I felt the little sense of mystery, mostly for the characters, was part of the enjoyment with the book.
Daniel is very likable. I really liked Henderson's Indian characters. Elk Runner w
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Shaly
May 19, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Well, this was definitely one of the best time travel books I've ever read! The love story between Daniel and Aimee is just too beautiful to put into words. I'm not an outdoors girl by any stretch so I admire Aimee's resilience and courage when she finds herself in a world that she's both familiar but unfamiliar with at the same time.. She was very headstrong and while this frustrated Daniel to no end, I know that was the one main facet of her personality that he fell in love with the most.

Whil
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Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽
Whew! This is the last review for my binge Kindle reading this weekend. Three and a half stars for this Kindle freebie, a time-travel romance where an avid back-packer gets yanked 200 years into the past (for reasons that don't hold up really well under scrutiny, but whatever) and meets the hunky mountain man of her dreams. The author obviously loves Yellowstone and the wilderness, and that comes through in her writing. Whether it was all realistic or not, I'll have to leave to a better survival ...more
Marisa Adams
Nov 03, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I usually have a very difficult time with time travel romances because they are not always plausible for me. This was not the case with Yellowstone Heart Song. I thoroughly enjoyed every moment of this book and found myself lost in the pages. I could actually see the beauty of Yellowstone before it was ever a park thanks to Ms. Henderson's remarkable descriptions. And the explanation for time travel did not leave me shaking my head.

I thoroughly enjoyed the story. It was the kind of n
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Megan
I love time travel stories, so I was very interested in reading this. I liked the main characters, for the most part, but there were times that Aimee was very aggravating - such as the way she refused to listen to Daniel's words of advice of the dangers in the area and did what she wanted. The romance was good, though it was a little more detailed than I prefer in my reading. I didn't understand Aimee's thought process in the ending, (view spoiler) ...more
Ashley
For a random book that I got for free, this book was surprisingly really good. I don't usually read western historical's but I might need to start. I liked the characters, the story, and the slow building romance between these two. The time travel in the series was interesting and unique.

I think I might read the next book in the series.
Adria's Musings and Reviews
May 06, 2014 rated it really liked it
Originally posted on Adria's Romance Reviews

Have you ever read a believable time travel romance? Me neither. Until now.



Once again, the free read genie struck again and I am a happy reader because I have another author to gush over. What started as a way to try and break me out of a reading slump turned into the most delightful and sigh worthy diversion I've had in a while!

Yellowstone Heart Song is a tender romance that literally spans time. Aimee is a succes
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Sarah
Mar 16, 2012 rated it it was amazing
I have to tell ya, the Daniel Osbourne in my head (and on the front cover) is one sexy, sexy man. Huge, muscular, scarred, virile...Yumm. He's macho, manly, and very hot! This book was a very sweet treat to get involved in! I'm glad I got a chance to review this novel.

This story gives Twilight-Zone a whole new meaning...It's so fantastically original. I've never read anything quite like it. It's weird...in a good, intriguing kinda way. I can honestly say I absolutely loved reading th
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Annie
Yellowstone “Heart Song”
By Peggy L. Henderson

RT Book Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥
RT Cover Rating: oooo

“You are my heart love”, The Story of Aimee Donovan and Daniel Osborne.
First let me tell you that this is the best book I’ve read in a long time. I literally could not put it down.

Aimee, an ER nurse in California is full of adventure and loves to hike the wilderness in Yellowstone. She’s just broken her engagement to Brad, when she meets a patient Zach Osborne. But Z
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April
I tend to have a love hate relationship with time-travel books. This one falling it the love category. Really well crafted story with great twists and turns.

I loved the way it started, it picks up with Aimee in 1810, as she wanders you get the whole story of how she came to be here rather than 2010. Thank goodness she actually has some survival training, too bad she did not prepare better. I loved her spirit and energy. She does a great job of rolling with the punches.

Daniel takes a
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synopsis:
aimee is a nurse, and is offered the opportunity by one of her patients to get away for three months. she wants to get away from her ex, who doesn't believe that it's over. the catch is that aimee is going to be sent back in time. she doesn't believe it, but when civilization disapears around her, she is forced to deal with something that she thought could never happen. daniel's blood brother tells the tale of someone falling from the sky. daniel doesn't believe him, but goes to c
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Madison
Feb 13, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
in yellowstone heart song a girl named amiee donovon is a nurse and avid backpacker in modern day, when a patient of her suggests he can take her back in time so she can backpack in the true wilderness she just thinks hes a delusional old man and tells him it would be a dream. what she didn't know was that he was telling the truth, so all of the sudden Aimee is stuck 200 years in the past with three months to her patient said hed collect her.
this novel was really gripping and i read it pre
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Olivia
Sep 14, 2012 rated it really liked it
I love historical romance. This book was along that lines in a totally different direction for me. I really enjoyed the historical aspect of the mountain/native american raised man meets head strong UIC nurse. Daniel Osborne (aka Trapper mountain man) stumbles upon ever helpful out door adventurer Amiee. Amiee(nurse in 2010) who has a passion for backpacking, and putting her nursing skills to good use. After a chance encounter from a patient who has great tales of time travel, Amiee is plopped d ...more
Dorene
Feb 22, 2013 rated it it was amazing
I am not usually for time travel books...but I have to say, this one was well worth reading to the end. I was totally different than I had expected. I have read other reviews about how could Aimee go back to 1810 with out taking things from her present day life, like a pie pan, more medications or things that would help her cope....BUT if one would remember, she did not think Zack Osbourne was telling her the truth about time travel and just went along with the old man. BUT to her amazement, she ...more
Livvy
Honestly, I was surprised by this book. It was a freebie on Amazon and I wasn't expecting much from a freebie. I must also tell you that I am not a fan of historicals for the most part. However this story was a delight, from the vivid details in the scenes to the oh-so-yummy hero, Daniel. The heroine, Amiee was enjoyable as well with the only thing that bothered me about her was that she supposedly had all this knowledge on backpacking through the wilderness yet she early on stumbled upon a bear ...more
Cozen
Sep 18, 2013 rated it really liked it
I have to say that overall this was a decent book. I tend to bored with stories very descriptive, went to the store, got in my car, drove to another store, picked up mom, yada - yada - yada. Sometimes they can get over descriptive of everything where simplicity should possibly be better observed. There are parts that kind of did just that at the beginning but then there where parts where the story within the story was brilliant. Example is at the beginning when Daniel goes into the story about t ...more
Rachel
I loved this story. Never having read this author I wasn't sure what to expect. The fact that it was a freebie didn't really figure in, as I've read good/bad and awful no matter the cost. I have the next book in this series and can't wait to read it.

The characters in the book are well developed. Only issue I had with that was Aimee's obeying Daniel's "orders". She had just ended an engagement because her fiancee was too controling. Finally I put her actions down to the fact that it w
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Julie Baker
Oct 30, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Absolutely wonderful! I adore all the characters and the setting is amazing as well. I have never been to Yellowstone but I want to go so badly now! Aimee is a wonderful lead character! She's spunky and outspoken and is definitely someone I would admire in my real life. Daniel is the quintessential heart throb! Who wouldn't fall in love with him. By far one of the BEST books I've read in a long time! My heart was more involved with this story than anything I've read recently. I felt their joy an ...more
Kristy McCaffrey
Oct 29, 2016 rated it it was amazing
Aimee Donovan is a modern-day nurse transported to 1810 Yellowstone. Once there, she meets trapper Daniel Osborne. Aimee’s curiosity and delight in experiencing the past is soon overshadowed by the harsh realities of the land and the people in it. The growing relationship between her and Daniel fills the first half of the story, while the second half deals with the dilemma of Aimee returning to her own time after developing strong feelings for the rugged mountain man. This is a romance novel in ...more
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“Damn all men for being so overbearing,” she yelled from inside the cabin. His lips curved in a smile. She was right about the one thing he had understood from her tirade. No man would, or should, ever own her. She was strong willed, full of spirit, and irresistibly beautiful. Could he let her go back to a man who no doubt would try and break that spirit?” 1 likes
“I wish I understood their language, and could speak with them,” she said when they were alone again. “I think I did learn a few words, though, Dosa bia’isa.” She glanced up at him expectantly. Daniel’s eyebrows raised in surprise. “I know that’s what they call you, and they call me Dosa haiwi, although I don’t know what these words mean.” Daniel smiled. “To the Tukudeka, I am known as White Wolf, and Elk Runner gave you the name White Dove. But I prefer to call you gediki.” “Meaning?” She faced him, her hands on her hips. “It refers to a wild cat.” 0 likes
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