THE MARRYING KIND
As VP of a bank, Diane Black lives a very organized and uncomplicated life. But things change when she's mistaken for her neighbor. Before she knows it, she's being asked out to dinner by Jonathon Davis, an opinionated, difficult man who mistakes her for the blind date his grandfather is forcing him to go on. Is there a chance that a mistake is exactly what they both need? The characters in The Marrying Kind (3), by Judy Christenberry, are slow to develop. John is so harsh and arrogant that he's a hard hero to like, and Jane seems too guarded. In the end Christenberry infuses her novel with emotion and heart, but they come too late.