Working two jobs just to earn the money needed to keep her grandmother's struggling BandB going is not the way Bailey Greenwood planned to spend her post-high school years. When she runs into former high school football hero Derrick Cavenaugh, who's now a lawyer, she realizes just how different her life could have been. But Derrick has his own problems: He's just moved back to the West Coast after his divorce, and he's struggling with two young daughters -- one of whom is experiencing some growing pains. All-American Father (4.5), by Anna DeStefano, will delight readers from start to finish. DeStefano's characters have depth and their problems are real. It's refreshing to read a book that doesn't tie up everything neatly.