When soap opera star Keefe O'Fallon returns home to help with his father's new baby, Bonnie, his stay becomes complicated by reporter Callie Cahill and spurned "win a fantasy weekend" contest loser Georgette Cooper.

Trading an interview with Keefe for her babysitting skills, Callie finagles her way into his life. Through harebrained schemes designed to help find Bonnie's mother and set Georgette's sights on a man other than Keefe, she manages to work her way into his heart.

Second in the Four O'Fallons and a Baby trilogy, this book scores well with lively characters (some old and some new), nonstop humor and spontaneous, impassioned love scenes. Castell has proven times two to be a worthy romance author. While undoubtedly best when read together, her stories stand on their own. Readers will eagerly await the final book in the trilogy. (Apr., 320 pp., $14.00)
Reviewed by: 
Jennifer Madsen