J.D. Turner has only allowed himself the luxury of falling in love once before, but all it got him was a broken heart when the girl disappeared without a word. From the way his life looks now, no one would ever believe he could be a responsible adult in a relationship. At least that's what Tally Smith believes when she unexpectedly shows up on his doorstep. Surprised by her instant attraction to J.D., she reminds herself that she's only trying to provide her nephew with a good father, and J.D. obviously is not the man. Cara Colter's characters are amusing and delightful as they battle their way through love's roadblocks in What A WOMAN SHOULD KNOW (4).

Reviewed by: 
Angela Keck