Going home isn't easy for Gloria Mendoza Johansen. A recovering alcoholic, she has fences to mend with her family, and a jewelry store to reopen. A bet with her sisters should keep Gloria's mind off men, but working with banker Jack Fortune to transfer her business puts an end to that notion. Meeting Jack is Her Good Fortune (3), but he's got baggage and is not into anything permanent—until he finds out Gloria may be expecting his child. As always, Marie Ferrarella holds the reader's interest, and Gloria is very sympathetic, but the story doesn't quite gel.
Reviewed by: 
Catherine Witmer