Photographer Nathan Wolfe is shocked when his brother tells him that he has a nearly 13-year-old daughter. Upon recovering, Nathan decides to ask the child's mother, Carin—who left his brother at the altar—to marry him. But it seems Carin doesn't want anything to do with him. She still loves him, but doesn't realize that Nathan loves her. NATHAN'S CHILD (2) by Anne McAllister is a pleasing, interesting romance, but the heroine is immature and the conflict lacking.

Reviewed by: 
Shannon Short