When attorneys Jane Prentice and Matthew Gray are forced to work together on a case, they must put aside the past. Matthew, divorced after his wife mistakenly thought he was having an affair with Jane, finally admits his attraction to her. But although Jane is also attracted to Matthew, she doesn't want to jeopardize her position in the firm. Matthew's Children (4), by C.J. Carmichael, realistically portrays a situation women face. Jane's hesitation in choosing Matthew over her job is something many women could have to deal with today, as is Michael's difficult situation with his ex-wife. Jane and Matthew are compelling, likable characters with whom readers will be able to identify.