Going to meet her ailing father, Helen brings her teenage daughter to Greece, only to face two big surprises -- her father isn't sick and her daughter's father wasn't married as she'd thought when they had their affair. Milos is still drawn to Helen, and once he sees her daughter, he knows that he is the father. He sets out to prove his love to Helen and to get to know the daughter he never knew he had. While the tone is a bit lackluster, Sleeping With a Stranger (2) by Anne Mather relies on colorful characters and a secret-baby plot with a Greek alpha hero.
Reviewed by: 
Shannon Short