Corporate takeover king Jackson Ford finds his own life taken over when he becomes a father to his toddler goddaughter, Victoria. While in Houston on business, Jackson awakens to find a free-spirited Rain Swan Armstrong in the company-leased loft. Though she claims to be feeding a cat on behalf of his colleague, Jackson quickly pegs her a flaky hippie. In return, she brands him an uptight suit. Despite their differences, the chemistry is undeniable. And when Victoria arrives in town and Jackson seeks help from the company's child psychologist, he learns that first impressions can be misleading—and that PREDICTING RAIN?(4) is not so easy. Mary Anne Wilson writes exceptional dialogue. While the story is the old opposites-attract premise, good writing keeps it fun and interesting.

Reviewed by: 
Kimberley Harvey