Here is a link to a home school website that gives reviews of different curricula. http://www.homeschoolchristian.com/curr ... arison.php
First, you are setting her up for failure if you do a self-study Wheelock. This book was written for college students in the 50's. If you are just awestruck by Wheelock because too many intelligent people suggest it (my own professor was adamant I use it in my classroom) then go with Our Latin Heritage. It is the same grammar/inflection intense approach, but was designed for High Schools. It has more exercises and is paced better. I think it is Out of Print, but a copy can be found I am sure. I have taught out of it, and it has its merits. Many of the High Schools in this area used Our Latin Heritage until it went out of print.
People here will suggest Lingua Latina http://www.amazon.com/Lingua-Latina-Fam ... 651&sr=8-1
. At 17 $, what do you have to lose? I would not rely solely on this book, however, for it is largely inductive WITH NO ENGLISH WHATSOEVER. You will need another program, whether it be Ecce Romani, Henle, Wheelocks, Cambridge, Oxford, etc. I was taught out of Oxford and teach out of Ecce Romani. I think the inductive route is the way to go (Ecce, Oxford, Lingua Latina).
Another suggestion is to get a Latin tutor. Have your daughter meet with the tutor once a week ( or whatever) and let them set up a reading program. This would basically be like a college course. There may be a retired Latin teacher in the area who takes on tutoring like this.
PS. Here is a site where the people make a suggestion which completely contradicts mine. Here is their reason http://classicalschool.blogspot.com/200 ... culum.html
They call Wheelock's a sight for sore eyes. They need to watch more TV.
When a true genius appears, you can know him by this sign: that all the dunces are in a confederacy against him. ~Swift