City boy Chase Russell is on the fast track to self-destruction. A star athlete, he gets into trouble with drugs and alcohol. Fulfilling a community service sentence in Yellowstone National Park is the last thing he wants to do. After a night of drinking in the park, he wakes up to find his new friends gone, and everything around him has changed.
Sarah Osborne grew up in the rugged Yellowstone wilderness. She can hunt and track right alongside the most experienced men. When some Indians drop a near-dead man off on her doorstep, she doesn't know what to think. He's convinced he's from the future, and wants to find a way home. Chase has no idea how he ended up time traveling to the past. He doesn't know the first thing about surviving without modern conveniences.
Finding your own food means a quick trip to the nearest fast food joint, not hunting and foraging for it. Time and again, his will is tested to stay alive in this untamed land. Is his growing love for a brave woman who shows him what it truly means to be a man strong enough to keep him in the past, or is he still determined to return to the ease and comforts of the future?
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Kept Me Wanting More
I don't think it is necessarily better than the print version, because it is essentially the same. I did LOVE Nick Sarando's interpretation of the story, and he kept me captivated with his emotional performance. The story is absolutely amazing the way you are drawn into the Yellowstone Wilderness with the characters and feel like you are right there with them experiencing every bit of danger, fear, anticipation and desire.
The only other book I could possibly compare this to would be the first book in this series, "Yellowstone Heart Song", by Peggy L. Henderson. It's the next generation in the family, with the same setting, but with Chase Russell as the bad boy who ends up coming back 200 years, and must learn to adjust to life without modern conveniences, as well as how to behave as a gentleman (not an easy thing for him to learn).
Nick totally nailed the character of Chase. He brought out the wise-guy, womanizing modern aspects of the main character to a 'T'. But he also did a great job of portraying all of the characters differently. I absolutely love listening to a story where the narrator is able to differentiate all of the characters, not only with the tone of their voice, but also by their personalities. This narrator did a great job with this.
"Passion ignites as unlikely couple meets across time"
This is a fantastic book. I highly recommend it to anyone who loves romance, adventure, and time travel (and even if you don't). We are allowed to experience their adventures and dangers in the Yellowstone wilderness along with the passion and romance that is beautifully described with this couple. The characters, settings, events and storyline are all so believable, you will quickly become immersed in this books and wish it would never-end!
You never know how strong you are until you know!
The last leg of Chases "race" against the Blackfoot. I felt my heart matching Chases as he is avoiding being killed!
Nick is a GREAT performer. I could have sworn that Nick somehow got into my mind and captured Chase exactly how I heard him in my head when I read the book.
Boys will be boys, until they understand what it means to be a man.
I think this is one of my favorite Yellowstone books. Peggy masterfully told the story and made her characters very believable. I think that is why I love this series so much!