ONE IN A MILLION
Anytime you have a heroine who suddenly comes into millions of dollars, there is the slight possibility that the story will be entertaining. Unfortunately, this is not the case here. The plot lacks any real creativity and is utterly predictable.
Kennedi Mason learns she won more than $60 million in the lottery. But her excitement is short-lived as she learns her husband of 10 years is leaving her for the mistress he has been seeing for the last two years. She's about to find out that money can't buy happiness. (Morrow, Jun., 192 pp., $19.95)
B. Nakia Garner