Amy Fetzer switches from historical to contemporary romance with ANYBODY'S DAD (2). When a widowed building contractor discovers that a mix-up at a fertility clinic has made him a father-to-be, he insists on getting to know the mother, a lovely boutique owner, and becoming a part of her life. Although readers may get impatient with the heroine's intransigent attitudes, the really delicious hero is very nice compensation indeed.

Reviewed by: 
Melinda Helfer