Book Reviews of Daniel's Gift

Daniel's Gift
Daniel's Gift
Author: Barbara Freethy
ISBN-13: 9780380781898
ISBN-10: 0380781891
Publication Date: 3/1/1996
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 33 ratings
Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
This book is not only heart warming it is also very spiritual. In her book Barbara displays heaven to be so very realisitc. It gives a reader a sense that there must be something out there awaiting after death.
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Truthfully, I think I expected a lighthearted book. What I got was a very good book showing the cause and effect of what our actions and decisions make on each other and how entertwined lives can become.

While it was not the quick read that I sometimes like to have, it was well worth the extra effort to stick it out.
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Helpful Score: 1
Great love story. This book has me laughing and Crying. It showed the power of hope and faith.
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This was a wonderful love story as well as following a family through trials and tribulations.
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I really enjoyed this book, it is a tear jerker.
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Reckless Youth. In her impetuous summer of love, Jenny St. Claire found Luke Sheridan-her dashing knight in intern's scrubs. But a fast-track future and rigid, ambitious parents drove passion out of Luke's life. And the summer ended leaving Jenny with a broken heart and a beautiful son, Danny, to help mend it.
Love Reclaimed. Years later it is tragedy that reunites them-the father whom a son longs to know, and the mother who has tried desperately to forget. And as Luke and Jenny struggle to ignore the pain and desire reborn in a look and a touch, only the remarkable courage of a young boy-and the help of a rather unorthodox guardian angel-can offer them the most precious gift of all: a second chance at the love of a lifetime.