Everything she'd hoped for has come true. Aimee Donovan's mountain man of her dreams came to 2010 to find her and take her home, and now they can live together forever. But a life 200 years in the past is filled with challenges. Learning to overcome dangers and discover her calling will be more difficult without modern technology and conveniences of the 21st century.
Daniel Osborne has seen the future, and he wants no part of it, except the woman who is his heart song. His life is complete now that she has chosen to live in his familiar Yellowstone wilderness of 1810. With the secrets his father had kept from him now revealed, he is tormented about what to do with the time travel device that has done more good for him than harm.
Daniel and Aimee have no doubt that they want to stay together forever, but knowing they have the ability to travel forward in time if there is a crisis provides a loophole that has good and bad implications. Do they have the courage to rid themselves of the one thing that could save them?
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Peggy Henderson provides us another great story.
The story brings Aimee back to Daniel.
Aimee is a modern day woman, a nurse, and a wife. A wife to a man from the 19th century. She goes back in time to be with Daniel knowing that she will be giving up all modern day luxuries like toilet paper, medicine, running shoes, and etc. But the love of her life is more important than anything.
I loved it when three men rode up to Daniel and Aimee. They started talking about a couple of men who had tried to steal Aimee. Daniel had killed the men (in the previous book) and told the men about it. He told the men that he would kill any man who touched Aimee. It was a tough time back then and the law was not in that area of the country. So a man had to take of himself and his own. The listener could hear how much Daniel loved Aimee.
There are times in the book where Aimee knows about the modern names of Yellowstone Park but she doesn't mention them because she didn't want to influence history.
Cody Roberts did a great job of narrating. He went back and forth with the characters making the voices sound real.
- Martha Dunlap