Following his mother's recent heart attack and with her upcoming seventy-fifth birthday, Zach Ashton has come home for an extended vacation. His past, in the form of Beth McCormick, awaits, tempting him to follow up on his old feelings. Beth threw herself at him when she was 17, and couldn't understand that their seven-year age gap was too great at that time. Now, 14 years later, do they have a future? With a predictable, non-enticing storyline, THE MARRIAGE PRESCRIPTION (2), is a rather unremarkable tale by Debra Webb.

Reviewed by: 
Debbie Richardson