Book Reviews of Baby on the Doorstep: The Woman Next Door / Tomorrow's Promises / Daniel's Song

Baby on the Doorstep: The Woman Next Door / Tomorrow's Promises / Daniel's Song
Baby on the Doorstep The Woman Next Door / Tomorrow's Promises / Daniel's Song
Author: Lori Copeland, Cassie Edwards, Susan Kay Law
ISBN-13: 9780061084980
ISBN-10: 0061084980
Publication Date: 7/1997
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 15 ratings
Publisher: HarperTorch
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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reviewed Baby on the Doorstep: The Woman Next Door / Tomorrow's Promises / Daniel's Song on + 109 more book reviews
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On a cold night in Minnessota in 1865, a squalling bundle of joy is left on Michael Collins front porch. The lonely widower seeks the advice of THE WOMAN NEXT DOOR, and is rewarded with a dose of neighborly love.

Chief Walking Thunder believes the blue-eyed woman he has found in the Montana wilderness is ment to care for is orphaned infant nephew---and be his woman. But before they can revel in TOMORROW'S PROMISES, he must ease her painful memories of the baby she was forced to abandon.

Thirty years later, St. Louis piano teacher Sarah Collins is captivated by a handsome Indian, who wants her to teach him to play. When scales and cadences lead to kisses and caresses, she learns that the key to her past--and her heart--lies in DANIEL'S SONG,.
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This was a very sweet read. It was great to have all three short love stories interrelated, making up a greater love story which all begins with a baby on the doorstep.
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I recommend this book to anyone
reviewed Baby on the Doorstep: The Woman Next Door / Tomorrow's Promises / Daniel's Song on
good read all three stories, seams as if only one it follows well