NO PLACE LIKE HOME
When Bree McInnes takes a secretarial position at the college where her father used to teach, she meets professor Parker Ellison and immediately falls for him. But the good-looking professor isn't the type to settle down, and Bree has a young son to consider. Things are further mucked up by Parker's need for papers belonging to Bree's father and the presence of Bree's son's father at the college. Margaret Watson's No Place Like Home (4.5) combines well-drawn characters and
an interesting plot into a delightful
novel. Her characters' insecurities
intensify the story.