YULETIDE BABY SURPRISE (3) by Catherine Mann: While attending a business conference, Mariama Mandara tries to hide from fans wanting a photo op with a princess by pretending to be a room service attendant. Much to her chagrin, she winds up entering the room of her professional nemesis, Dr. Rowan Boothe. To complicate matters, they find an abandoned baby stowed away on the cart. Rowan soon proposes a two-fold plan: retain temporary custody of the girl while posing as lovers. But what will happen for the duo when fantasy intrudes into reality? Other than questionable plausibility, Yuletide Baby Surprise is a sweet Christmas story with an underlying theme of family, plus the good character development that readers have come to expect of a Mann novel.
Reviewed by: 
Susannah Balch