THE SINGLE MOM AND THE TYCOON
Visiting his hometown for his father's wedding, hotelier David Cauldwell impulsively decides to stay at widowed artist Molly Blythe's BandB. On the outs with his family partially because of a secret he's keeping -- the loss of his leg in an accident -- David turns to Molly for friendship, and then more. Their relationship helps both of them do some healing, but there's no question of permanence, because his life is elsewhere. Caroline Anderson's The Single Mom and the Tycoon (4) has multilayered characters and a simple though involving plot. The only quibble: the overused reason they can't be together.