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Promise Me Tomorrow
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Release Date: January 2006
Page Count: 420
Size: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2
Binding: Perfectbound
ISBN: 978-0-7369-1821-3
Case Lot Quantity: 28
Collection/Series Name: Rocky Mountain Memories
Series: 4

Promise Me Tomorrow


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Katherine Taggert—nicknamed “Rusty” for her curly red hair—shines like a ray of sunshine at her aunt and uncle’s orphanage. Unaccustomed to traveling alone in the pioneer West, Rusty is accompanied on her first orphanage placement trip by the kind but reserved widower Chase McCandles.

When Chase offers Rusty a position in his stately home as a companion for his young son, Quintin, Rusty accepts. But when she realized how little time Chase spends with Quintin, Rusty’s heart is torn. How can she convince Chase that his son desperately needs a father?

And can Chase learn to trust God to help him demonstrate his love and affection for Quintin—and for Rusty?

A heartwarming story of love, trust, and family.

Meet the author

Lori Wick

Lori Wick is a multifaceted author of Christian fiction. As comfortable writing period stories as she is penning contemporary works, Lori’ s books (more than 6 million in print) vary widely in location and time period. Lori’ s faithful fans consistently put her series and standalone works on the bestseller lists. Lori and her husband,...

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Editorial Reviews


"Katherine Taggart, known as Rusty because of her red hair, adores children and is able to indulge her love for them by working in her family's orphanage.  When she accompanies two orphans to their new home, Rusty meets wealthy Chase McCandles and soon finds herself falling in love with him.  On the surface, Chase, a believer in God, appears to be everything a devout Christian would want.  However, Rusty discovers that Chase treats his own son Quintin with great distance, and she is reluctant to pursue a relationship with a man who doesn't share her devotion to children.  Wick (Whispers of Moonlight, Harvest House, 1996) does a fine job of recreating life in turn-of-the century Colorado.  Chase is especially well written, which allows him to become more than the usual one-dimensional romantic lead.  Highly recommended."
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"The final book in the Rocky Mountain Memories Series opens as Clayton and Jackie Taggart's 19-year-old daughter, Katherine Alexa—nicknamed 'Rusty' because of her red hair and fiery spirit—ventures out on her first trip to place several orphan children in a loving home.  Concerned about her welfare, her Aunt and Uncle ask the widowed orphanage benefactor, Chase McCandles to accompany Rusty.  The trip goes smoothly until the train ride home.  Rusty is mistaken for another woman and is forcefully kidnapped by a crooked banker.  Adventure and romance in the pioneer Rockies."
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