Yellowstone Heart Song
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Yellowstone Heart Song by Peggy L Henderson

02/19/2023

Book 1 in the Yellowstone Romance Series


"I am not good with words, but you make my heart sing, Aimee..."

Nurse and avid backpacker Aimee Donovan is offered the opportunity of a lifetime. She encounters a patient who tells her he is a time traveler and 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 future.

How did a white woman suddenly appear in the remote Rocky Mountain wilderness? Trapper Daniel Osborne’s first instinct is to protect this mysterious and unconventional woman from the harsh realities of his mountains. While he fights his growing attraction to her, he is left frustrated by her lies and secrecy.

Daniel shows Aimee a side of Yellowstone she’s never experienced. She is torn between her feelings for him, and exposing a secret that will destroy everything he holds as truth. As her three months come to an end, she is faced with a dilemma: return to her own time, or stay with the man who opened her eyes to a whole new world. When the decision is made for her, both their lives will be changed forever.

***Content Warning: This story contains mild violence, mild profanity, and adult situations including physical intimacy, and is intended for mature readers.

Other titles in the Yellowstone Romance Series, in recommended reading order:

Yellowstone Heart Song

Return To Yellowstone

Yellowstone Christmas

Yellowstone Redemption

Yellowstone Reflections

Yellowstone Love Notes (short story)

Yellowstone Season of Giving (short story)

Yellowstone Homecoming

Yellowstone Awakening

Yellowstone Dawn

Yellowstone Deception

Yellowstone Promise

Yellowstone Origins

Yellowstone Legacy

Yellowstone Legends


Related/Spin-off Series:

Teton Romance Series

Wilderness Brides Series

Wild Mountain Hearts Series

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