The day progresses from bad to worse when Kellie Sumners is notified that her son Trevor has been gambling at day camp and a rich, inept customer puts one of her copy machines out of service. To cap things off, that same customer also runs his car into hers as she is pulling out of the parking lot.

When wealthy businessman Riley C. Lombard first sees Kellie in her store, Copycat, he experiences a psychic flash, indicating that she will wind up as his bride. A widower who has lost his wife and daughter, Riley is not ready for emotional commitments. Running away is his first order of business. Regrettably, his escape attempt is thwarted when he totals Kellies car.

All too soon, Riley and his multimillionaire pal Jay find themselves caught up with Kellie Sumners and her two kids. Was Rileys psychic flash real, or can fate be altered?

Miscommunication and misunderstandings pepper this humorous story of life and love in flux. (Oct., 351 pp., $5.99)

Reviewed by: 
Jill M. Smith