Once moody and restless, Hunter has finally found A PLACE TO BELONG (4), and getting involved with the prim and proper Darcy O'Malley isn't in the cards. Darcy is more than ready to let down her hair, and her defenses for Hunter—if only he'll look past the image she presents to the town, to the warm and loving woman beneath the staid suit. Darcy's conflict with her self-image is a strong element, but the heart of Kathryn Shay's story is Hunter's coming to grips with his son's Attention Deficit Disorder, and his own struggle with the affliction as an adult.

Reviewed by: 
Pamela Cohen