SOME KIND OF WONDERFUL
After finishing up an investigative article on local corruption, journalist Matt Winters is ready for a much-needed rest. That becomes impossible when he finds a baby on his doorstep. Hoping that the child belongs to the woman across the hall, Matt tries handing off the crying baby to bridal shop owner Caitlyn Devereaux. Upon investigation, Caitlyn and Matt discover a brief note asking Matt to take care of baby Emily. The note is signed by a Sarah.
Thirteen years ago, Matt and his baby sister Sarah were separated in the foster care system and Matt had been searching for her ever since. It now appears that she has found him, but what kind of trouble is Sarah in?
Matt pleads with Caitlyn to help him out. In a moment of weakness, Caitlyn agrees and finds herself caught up in the life of her handsome neighbor. Despite her attraction, Caitlyn has her own reasons for trying to keep her distance. Unfortunately, good intentions always seem to be the first to collapse.
Heartwarming, emotional and tender are all adjectives which describe this new dramatic story by the oh-so-talented Barbara Freethy. (Sep., 384 pp., $6.50)