Mitch Fielding and his six-year-old twin daughters have come to Whitehorn to meet his grandfather. Since the death of their mother, the girls have become holy terrors, always leaving disaster in their wake. When Mitch agrees to work on Heather Johnsons ranch, it seems like the answer to his prayers. Heather can keep an eye on the girls along with her three children. But then she begins questioning his parenting, and he sees how well-behaved her children are. When the children themselves get in on the act, they just might become THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN (4.5)! Cheryl St. John takes a familiar tale and makes it fresh with characters that dazzle, from oldest to youngest.

Reviewed by: 
Debbie Richardson