It's been five years since Meg Bassett and Brody Taylor divorced and separated their twins to be raised apart. Now the twins are both attending Forrester Square Day Care, which gives Meg and Brody a second chance to be involved in both children's lives. The attraction between them still exists, but one failed attempt at marriage is enough to make them wary of another try. Cathy Gillen Thacker demonstrates that Meg and Brody have changed enough to make a second marriage work, but TWICE AND FOR ALWAYS (2) has a frustratingly slow pace and the characters never fully develop.

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Rebecca Carefoot