When Shae Witherspoon and J.D. Daniels meet, the connection is immediate and they're inseparable. Nurse Shae is new to Chicago, and sports agent J.D. is always on the go. Initially everything is perfect, but J.D. lets things interfere with his time with Shae. For her, that's a no-no. In Someone to Love (4), by Karen White–Owens, the characters fully come to life. Their actions, intentions and motivations are clear, and the subplots enhance the story. Shae is a role model of a character, and J.D., even when he's messing up, is appealing. This is a winner.
Reviewed by: 
Aisha Cargile