"Lively and well-written, but not persuasive: Annie's too obviously bad to be credible as a truly wicked woman."
A debut about fathers and children that should be affecting but, instead, is a breezy tale of a good guy outwitting a nasty, scheming woman who wants to keep everything for herself, including his son.
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