The single life suits department store buyer Miranda Martin well. Too well, according to Mark Wallace, her accountant. But it all ends when her sister disappears, leaving Miranda custody of her twin nephews. In a panic, she turns to single dad Mark for help. Blending their two families is a tempting idea, but is it a good one? Gina Wilkins begins Family Found with Adding to the Family (3). Often quite emotional, the story engages on several levels, but Mark is perhaps a little too good to be true. In contrast, Miranda's response to sudden motherhood seems honest and real.
Reviewed by: 
Catherine Witmer