LOST AND FOUND FATHER
LOST AND FOUND FATHER (4.5) by Sheri Whitefeather: Victoria Allen has never forgiven Ryan Nash for his abandonment at 16 when she was about to give up the daughter they created. Ryan knows what he did was wrong, but he couldn’t face Victoria — or giving up their child. Now 18 years later they’re given a rare opportunity to bond with the daughter they gave up. The question is can they reconnect, too, or is the pain too deep to recover from? Watching this seemingly doomed couple rise from the ashes of their troubled past is perfect, heartfelt and genuine. The Native American aspect of the plot is, as always, factual and educational.