BABY TWINS: PARENTS NEEDED
nheriting shared custody of her sister's twins is a big headache for vet technician Rachel Adams. But the children aren't the problem, though they're a handful. Her co-guardian, Navy SEAL Ford Sullivan, is convinced he should raise the babies instead of her -- and Rachel's determined to keep them. Finding a workable compromise is even more difficult than ignoring the sparks that fly when they're snowbound together. Teresa Carpenter's Baby Twins: Parents Needed (2) suffers from a really tired premise, and there's not a lot about the relationship between Ford and Rachel that rings true except for their sexual chemistry. But even that's marred by their cliched coming together.