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Daniel's Gift [Paperback]

Barbara Freethy
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March 1 1996

Reckless Youth

In her impetuous summer of love, Jenny St. Claire found Luke Sheridan--her dashing knight in intern's scrubs. But as 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 reunited 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.


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Jenny St. Claire fell in love with Luke Sheridan one hot, lovely summer when they were both very young. But Luke's parents had other plans for their only son, and when the summer was over and Jenny was pregnant, he left her for medical school.

Twelve years later, young Daniel St. Claire--son of Jenny and Luke--decides to look for his father, but his trip is interrupted by a reckless car. Although his physical body is trapped in a coma and tied to a hospital bed, his spiritual self is alive and well. Aided by a guardian angel named Jacob, he works to reunite his mother and father, and help his beloved cousins, uncles, and aunts confront and resolve their problems. Daniel's spiritual journey lends an added dimension to both the love story between his parents and the trials and tribulations of his earthly relatives.

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"A warm, moving, story of the power of Love." -- -- Debbie Macomber

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3.0 out of 5 stars Daniels gift Oct. 4 2013
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
I like more history in my reading. The story was nice and it was my error in choosing the book.
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"Daniel's Gift" is a very unique read that will surely tug at anyone's heartstrings and there is enough romance and plot twists to keep the readers interested. As a result, I couldn't put the book down even if I wanted to, which I most certainly did not. The only thing that it was lacking was an epilogue. I would have loved to see Danny and his two parents a year later from when Danny wakes up from his hospital bed. It would have been nice to see them as a whole and complete family. Other than that, "Daniel's Gift" was perfect.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Daniel's Gift June 27 2001
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This book has a special place in my heart, Nine months ago my son also was in the wrong place at the wrong time. And he died of brain trauma. At the time we recieved a lot of books of how to cope with the loss of a child. But Daniel's gift has helped me more to come to term with my loss than anything else I have read. Thank you Ms Barbara Freethy
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5.0 out of 5 stars Daniel's Gift Feb. 10 2000
Format:Paperback
Unknowingly to me, there were tears flowing down my cheeks as I held my breath reading rapidly in order to learn if Danny lives or dies. The unique gift Danny brings to his mother, Jen, who has raised him since birth without alerting Danny's biological father, Luke, of Danny's existence, is VERY touching. Having children on the brink of teenage years myself and not knowing how they really feel, was accurately depicted in Freethy's development of Danny, a teenage boy who goes in search of his father. Upon returning to his mother from his first glimpse of his father's lavish life, Danny is hit by a car and slips into a coma. The tragedy brings his mother and father face to face. Luke, thinking the baby, Danny, had been aborted, is astonished to learn that he has a son. The devotion and love Jen has for her son makes Luke realize the loss he will have if he isn't given the opportunity to know Danny and re-acquaint himself with his soul-mate, Jen. I am now on a mission to read other books by Barbara Freethy.
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