Ain’t No Angel by Peggy L. Henderson

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    I love how the author takes an idea about time travel and just runs with it, spinning a wonderful tale of romance, humor and a mystery/suspense to keep you listening.

    The mysterious “Reverend Johnson” is at it again: trying his hand at finding people who are at the end of their rope, desperately needing him to step in to give them a second chance at happiness.

    Delaney Goodman has been running from her painful past all her life. Dreams of working with horses have long been replaced with the reality of doing anything to make ends meet. About to hit rock bottom, she accepts a stranger’s proposition, even if it sounds too good to be true. She figures she has nothing, not even her dignity, to lose. She awakens in an unfamiliar setting – and century – and quickly discovers that she will need more than her charm to complete the task assigned to her.

    On the surface, Tyler Monroe has everything going for him – good looks, the respect of his friends and neighbors, and a thriving horse ranch. However, his past holds deep wounds with thick emotional scars. When a brazen, beautiful woman arrives in town, Tyler makes an impulsive decision that will make him question everything he knows.

    Tyler is unlike any man Laney has ever met. Laney is exactly the kind of woman Tyler wants to avoid. As the attraction between them grows, questions arise that stretch the boundaries of trust for both. The secrets that threaten to tear them apart could be exactly what Tyler and Laney need to bring them together.

    Review by Arlene:

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    Would you consider the audio edition of Ain’t No Angel to be better than the print version?

    This was an awesome book to read and an awesome audio book to listen to. Cody Roberts did an outstanding job of narrating this audio and I really enjoyed listening to his voice. I do hope to hear him again.

    Any additional comments?

    I love this book of second chances and time travel. Delaney Goodman, a beautiful, lonely young woman raised in foster homes, with no family of her own, just wished to be able to work with horses, as a trained equine massage therapist. But with no way to pay for schooling and no place to stay, she was on her last hope. Tyler Monroe, never planned on marrying because of what happened between his mother and father when he was twelve.

    As the owner of a thriving horse ranch in Montana Territory, he thought he was happy and contented the way things were with his life. But the mysterious and loveable Reverend Johnson had other plans up his sleeve.

    This audio book, just pulls you in from the beginning. I love how the author takes an idea about time travel and just runs with it, spinning a wonderful tale of romance, humor and a mystery/suspense to keep you listening.

    With a beautiful heroine and a handsome sexy cowboy/hero, how can you go wrong! Each one of Peggy L. Henderson’s time travel books, is so different, I’ll never get tired of listening to them. I love the characters, yes even the one who turns out to be the bad guy, who needs a story of his own and a second chance at a happy ever after.

    Review by Shirl:

    Where does Ain’t No Angel rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

    This is one of the best I have heard.

    What did you like best about this story?

    .I liked the second half when Laney got to work with the horses and Tyler and her talked and communicated more while out riding. They became closer by learning about each other. He also saw how she worked with horses. Laney had showed him that she knew how to take care of sick and injured horses.

    What about Cody D. Roberts’s performance did you like?

    I loved Cody’s voice of all the characters. The men were sexy and strong and Laney sounded soft not whiney like others I have heard for a woman. Cody has just the right amount of a twang that makes him sound so sexy, but not overdone.

    Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

    I cried when Tyler brought Laney to his ranch and left her by her self in her room. I felt sad because Tyler didn’t trust Laney.She felt so alone, not knowing what she was to do. I got anger with Gabe for treating Laney so badly trying to save himself. I loved when Tyler took Laney out riding, looking at the horses.

    Any additional comments?

    I liked the way it came alive with audio and gave me a new imagination and insight by hearing the story. This story brings out a lot of emotion in a reader. Well written story. Highly recommend listening to it.