I've always wondered what it would be like to live with Sonny of General Hospital or Erica from
All My Children. Some of you might have wondered what being a soap star is actually like. Me? Just being around them and seeing what it's like
would be sufficient for me.
So it is for Callie Cahill. A reporter for
Soap Scoops, Callie needs an exclusive interview with the hunk of the hit primetime
soap Sins and Secrets, Keefe O'Fallon. And, so, Callie poses as a nanny for his niece.
Keefe O'Fallon has returned home to help his father find the mother of the baby that was left on his doorstep. Keefe's dad, Rory, is clearly the father; the mother, however, knows too much about a murder case and so is on the run,
leaving little Bonnie behind for Rory to take care of. The O'Fallon brothers (yes, there
are more than two books in this series) have come home to find the missing mother and help take care of little Bonnie until the mother shows up.
Callie Cahill needs the interview to keep her job, but when Keefe angers the wrong people, scandal breaks loose and soon nobody is safe, let alone Callie's heart.
In walks Georgette Cooper, a hilarious secondary character in love with Lex Zandor, Keefe's alter-ego
on Sins and Secrets. The often funny hi-jinks will keep you entertained throughout The Way U Look Tonight.
Although Castell moves the story along too fast for me, it, the plot is substantial enough. The Way U Look Tonight, while not a very gripping mystery, did still keep me entertained.