A MAN TO COUNT ON
Hurt and angry when her husband suddenly files for divorce and bars her from seeing their children, Deputy District Attorney E.D. Martel doesn't want to lean on her old friend, Judge Dylan Justiss, but she needs help. So E.D. accepts Dylan's offer of shelter -- despite a long-unacknowledged attraction between them. She also fears that the mud her soon-to-be-ex is slinging could derail Dylan's aspirations of moving on to a higher court and damage her professionally, but he's willing to risk it. Helen R. Myers' A Man to Count On (4) offers a touch of intrigue and sympathetic characters with lots of sizzle between them.