Angel's End by Cindy Holby

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Everything flows together well but without any real tension, angst, or emotional turmoil. You know from page two exactly how this will play out.
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In the mountains of Colorado, a small town called Angel’s End welcomes everyone with open arms—even a man fleeing his past…

Wounded and on the run, Cade Gentry stumbles into a kind man who’s on his way to become the new pastor of Angel’s End. But not long after Timothy Key takes him in, Cade’s enemies catch up with him, and the young pastor is killed in the crossfire. Cade survives, stealing Timothy’s identity to escape, and arrives in Angel’s End on the brink of death.

Leah Findley is the sheriff’s widow, trying to make ends meet for herself and her son. Having the new minister as a boarder will help, but she isn’t expecting him to be wounded when he arrives. And she definitely isn’t expecting the feelings that the new preacher stirs deep inside her.

The more time Cade spends with Leah, the deeper he falls in love. To Cade, she’s an angel who’s saved his life and given him the sense of hope he’s never known. But he’s not the man she thinks he is, and before he can find permanent shelter in Leah’s arms, he must learn to have faith and put his former sins to rest...


About Cindy Holby

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Cindy Holby has always been a writer. Since the beginning of her memories, her biggest desire has been to put words to paper. Now she is living her dream, although it's not as glamorous as everyone thinks. The house still needs to be cleaned and the laundry done but she does manage to get some writing time in while she ignores the dust bunnies. She lives within the shadow of Pilot Mountain, North Carolina, with her own romance hero, her two exceptional sons, a long hair doxie named Cody, and two curious cats.
Published May 1, 2012 by Berkley. 318 pages
Genres: Romance, History, Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction, Westerns. Fiction
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Smexy Books

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Reviewed by Tori on May 18 2012

Everything flows together well but without any real tension, angst, or emotional turmoil. You know from page two exactly how this will play out.

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Reviewed by Sandy M. on May 14 2012

Early western life comes alive chapter after chapter. You will fall in love with simple folk trying to eke out a good life as best they can. Seems things don’t change much no matter how technology encroaches in our lives.

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Reviewed by Heather on Aug 02 2012

There are a couple of moments that felt over-the-top to me, such as the delivery of the pastor’s last words, the stereotypical spinning of the gun when holstering it...the general plot can’t really help but be relatively predictable.

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