Jake and Isobel have been separated for close to 11 years and share a child whom Jake refuses to believe is his. When Isobel's mother's health takes a downturn, Jake steps in to help out. He begins to remember why he fell in love with Isobel and starts to genuinely like his daughter. As the story unfolds, a twist is revealed that sheds some light on the SINFUL TRUTHS (1). While Anne Mather's story is unique and compelling, it's very hard to care about what happens to two characters who display such immature behavior and disregard for a child's feelings to let something as important as paternity questions drag on for years without a DNA test to settle the issue.

Reviewed by: 
Shannon Short