WEDDING BELLS AT WANDERING CREEK RANCH
When P.I. Jack Sullivan comes looking for her brother, Dean, rancher Willow Kingsley tries to have him removed from the property. But the law's on Jack's side, so in order to protect her mother's privacy -- both of her parents were once film stars -- Willow grudgingly agrees to let Jack stay on, if he'll pretend to be a ranch hand and keep his investigation low-key, that is. Now if only Jack wasn't so darned attractive! Patricia Thayer's Wedding Bells at Wandering Creek Ranch (2) has an intriguing subplot. Unfortunately, it's far more involving than the romance, which is as flat as the characters.