Unexpectedly stuck with her sister's three young children for a few days, travel consultant Teagan Delaney gets in over her head -- fast. Her savior is her new neighbor and old college chum, website designer Brendan McNamara. He helps Teagan cope with the kids, and they get thoroughly reacquainted -- which is by turns joyous and painful for them both. But understanding why they drifted apart once may not keep them from doing it again! Trish Wylie's Project: Parenthood (4) is an emotionally complex, character-driven story. Teagan's a wonderful heroine, and we should all have a Brendan in our lives.
Reviewed by: 
Catherine Witmer