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When Jane Linden returns to Australia after more than a decade away, she's forced to spend time with Cole Roberts, the father of her young daughter, and the man who broke her heart years earlier by marrying another woman. Unwilling to trust Cole at first, Jane soon finds that he regrets the past as much as she does, and their mutual attraction builds once again. Joan Kilby's How to Trap a Parent (4.5) is a sweet story about a couple finding each other again. Kilby's characters are particularly well drawn, and their motivations are realistic. You can understand why Jane would be jealous of the time her daughter spends with Cole after having the girl to herself for so many years, just like you can understand Cole's desire to be with his daughter.
Reviewed by: 
Alexandra Kay