Those who enjoy reality TV will
be enchanted, while others will
appreciate the depth of character,
the beautiful setting and the many touches of wry humor.

Building and running the Mystic Warriors Horse Camp for Lakota youth is something Dillon Black dreams of and has been working toward for a long time. He owns the property, and he has a plan, but money's a problem. Then help comes from an unexpected source -- his ex-wife, TV domestic diva Monica Wilson-Black. She arranges for her friend, producer Ella Champion, to consider Dillon's project for the reality show Who's Our Neighbor?

Dillon's not sure doing the show is a great idea, but he can't resist the possibility of finally making his dream a reality. It's also wonderful for the local economy, offers a chance to spend some quality time with the kids he shares with Monica -- and gives him the opportunity to get to know Ella a lot better. How can he say no? (MIRA, Mar., 352 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Catherine Witmer