Jeffrey Hamilton is a nice guy. He loves his mother, is highly intelligent, and has pursued his dream to work for NASA. The only hitch in his plan is that he was forced to move away from his hometown of Philadelphia...and his spoiled girlfriend, Sheila Miller.

Eleven years later, Jeff returns and purchases the home that his mother once cleaned. His love for Sheila is still strong and he intends to rekindle their love.

With some help from her family, most notably her nieces, Sheila is forced to face her feelings for Jeff and acknowledge the mistake she made in breaking up with him.

Alice Wootson has done an exceptional job of character development and portrayal. Sheila's actions were immature initially but her growth and development redeems her in the end. (Now available, 280 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed by: 
Debbie R. Sims