We are in the process of migrating RTBookReviews.com to a new server. During this maintenance it is not possible to change site content (like comments, pages and users). This process should take a few hours. The migration should be completed by 10am EST on Sunday, Feb 14, 2016. If you have any problems or are still seeing this message after this date, please email us at webmaster@rtbookreviews.com and we will do our best to help you. -- RTBookReviews Team


Leah Hunter has no clue what happened to her son after her husband disappeared with him eight years ago. When she stumbles across a clue that leads her to Texas, she goes there in search of him. Matt Whitaker, the boy's uncle, has been caring for him. How can they reconcile their opposite intentions? Bonnie K. Winn's Child of Mine (2) has an interesting premise but fails to deliver. Parents will have difficulty believing that Leah wouldn't involve the authorities in this situation, and the unlikely romance between Matt and Leah is sweet but too convenient.
Reviewed by: 
Melissa Parcel