Reeling from the responsibility he feels for his ex-girlfriend's suicide, gorgeous celebrity Zane MacAllister disguises himself, rents a car and heads for home, hoping to come to terms with what happened. He meets troubled Roan O'Hara during a gas and grocery stop in a tiny North Carolina town and becomes, for her, A REAL HERO (4.5), helping her to battle her own private demons. Jean Brashear's portrait of two wounded souls who find each other just when they most need someone is beau-tifully, gently drawn. Brashear's smooth style and attention to detail make Zane and Roan's story quietly captivating.
Reviewed by: 
Donna Carter