The Way U Look Tonight [NOOK Book]


In 'Til There Was U, Dianne Castell introduced the strong, family-centered O'Fallon clan, Mississippi men who are always there for each other. When Rory O' Fallon discovers a beautiful baby girl on his front porch, he's determined to find the little girl's mother. To do that, he'll have to call his sons home to O'Fallon's Landing.

Keefe O'Fallon might be the newest hunk on the soap opera circuit, but to him, family is everything. That's why he's headed back to O'Fallon's ...

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In 'Til There Was U, Dianne Castell introduced the strong, family-centered O'Fallon clan, Mississippi men who are always there for each other. When Rory O' Fallon discovers a beautiful baby girl on his front porch, he's determined to find the little girl's mother. To do that, he'll have to call his sons home to O'Fallon's Landing.

Keefe O'Fallon might be the newest hunk on the soap opera circuit, but to him, family is everything. That's why he's headed back to O'Fallon's Landing to help his dad find baby Bonnie's mother. He's had enough of the press hounding his every move, and escaping to the backwaters of the Mississippi River seems the perfect answer--especially when he gets a look at the sassy, beautiful nanny. She's terrific with little Bonnie and Keefe is wildly attracted to her. . .until he finds out she's not the nanny at all. She's the enemy. The impossible, irresistible, very desirable enemy. . .

Keefe might be hell-bent on keeping his private life private, but Callie has other plans for the sexy new star. She needs an exclusive interview for Soap Scoops magazine so she can finance her kid sister's education. At least that's her plan until she actually meets Keefe, a real man of the Mississippi with the kind of good-natured charm and fiery kisses that would scorch the pages of her magazine. And suddenly, Callie has to choose between keeping her job and keeping Keefe. . .

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780758218254
  • Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
  • Publication date: 4/1/2006
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 888,681
  • File size: 352 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 29, 2006

    Book 2 is just a great as Book 1

    Dianne Castrell knows how to write. Just like 'Til there was U. I couldn't put this book down til was thro with it. Keefe trying to take care of Baby Bonnie in the beginning and not doing very well, then came along Callie Cahill. It just seem like she knew what to do from the word Go. The way those two worked together to help try and find Bonnie's mom and to help take care of Bonnie was just priceless. I was hoping that the book would end with Keefe and Callie also saying their I do's.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 3, 2006

    Another Keeper

    This book has it all w/ Sins and Secrets Hunk -- Keefe Keefe and Callie are explosive from the bgining and the tension heats up between the two until they finally decide to get down and dirrty and do the deed! You can't go wrong with this Castell hit!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2006

    Way U Look Tonight

    This book was double the fun and romance for the money. It was enjoyable to share in the growing emotion between Keefe and Callie, and to watch their adventure unfold. Their story will keep you turning the pages, and the secondary romance makes an already fabulous story even more delicious.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 11, 2006

    You just gotta┬┐ love it!

    He is a sexy actor trying to keep his private life private and she is the reporter that can threaten that privacy all to pieces. Keefe O¿Fallon and Callie Cahill are different in many ways but there is one thing that bind them together, their love for Bonnie, Keefe¿s little sister and the reason why he went back to his hometown. But neither of them expected their attraction to come in to play an important part of their lives. Sparks fly when Keefe and Callie are together in the same room, even when they fight the attraction it can¿t be denied for long. There are other secondary romances that will have you sighing one minute and laughing so hard the next! Characters with a lot of heart, sass and so funny! It amazes me the way that Dianne can weave such a funny story and mix the sensual side of romance with suspense and a lot of other ingredients that make this such a great read. As all her books this one contains a really strong sense of family and responsibility. This is the second book in this series, and although it can be read by itself, I would recommend to read ¿Til there was U, the first one in the series. Both are so good that you will keep turning pages and will not be able to put them aside!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 11, 2006

    I loved this book

    There are not enough words for how much I loved this book. The main story involves Keefe and Callie. They are fantastic together with chemistry so strong you can feel it while reading the book. Callie is the type of heorine we all want to be. Strong, funny, loving. Keefe is all of those qualities and more. They are a pasionate couple and this is a story filled with heat. There is also a secondary story involving Digger a tug operator and Georgette who is originally in town to try and win over Keefe. She starts our with questionable motives but ends up proving herself in the end. Digger and Geogette make a wonderful addition to the book. I love it when a book can make me laugh out loud and this book did just that. It is the perfect follow-up to Till There Was U. Don't miss out on this wonderful series.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2006

    Come visit O'Fallon's Landing

    Meet Keefe O¿Fallon. He is at the top of his game. A very hunky soap star. But the media hounds are driving him crazy. His father has a problem. So Keefe heads back to O¿Fallon Landing to help Rory his father. And to hide out from the media. But then he mistakes a beautiful reporter as his baby sister Bonnie¿s new nanny. This is the break Callie needs. She has to have this interview so she can get a promotion. She needs it to help pay for her little sister¿s college education. Let the fun begin. Dianne Castell writes the second book in the Four O¿Fallons and a Baby series. She creates a great family with a secondary cast of fun characters that are just as great. I always enjoy Ms Castell¿s books and this story is one of the best. Her books are great fun to read. Can not wait to the third brother to come home.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 15, 2006

    More fun on the Mississippi!

    When soap star Keefe O¿Fallon leaves New York City to return home to O¿Fallon¿s Landing to help his father find the mother of Bonnie, his father¿s baby daughter, he never dreams he will desperately need the help of Callie Cahill, a voluptuous reporter for Soap Scoops magazine. Keefe avoids any and all press as if they are the plague. Callie ends up signing on as a temporary babysitter and has a knack for soothing baby Bonnie. She also has a knack of sending Keefe¿s libido through the roof. The tradeoff is that she will get an interview and a handful of pictures of Keefe for her article. There is a steamy side romance between fellow tug operator Digger, and a curvaceous visitor, Georgette. Georgette¿s intentions are a tad questionable for a while, but she is unable to resist Digger¿s honest, hardworking charm, and their relationship is a pleasant addition to this book. When photos of Keefe and a scandalous article turn up unexpectedly in Soap Scoops magazine and Callie declares her innocence, Keefe doesn¿t believe her, and she brokenheartedly decides that it¿s time to leave. As Keefe and his father find themselves closer to finding Bonnie¿s mother, Keefe has to decide whether he believes Callie¿s declaration of innocence or risk losing her forever. ****** This is a wonderfully fun continuation of the O¿Fallon family, complete with humor, passion, and a touch of mystery. Dianne Castell has a knack for writing books that evidence her extraordinary sense of humor and she never fails to add just the right amount of tender moments to touch your heart. I highly recommend this book as well as the first book in this series, and am anxious to get my hands on the next installment.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 13, 2006

    Another O'Fallon Gem

    The Way U Look Tonight by Dianne Castell continues the fun and sassy story of the O¿Fallon family that was started in `Til There Was U. ___________________________________ Sexy soap opera star Keefe O¿Fallon has come home to help his father Rory protect his new sister Bonnie. Keefe is also tired of the limelight and thinks quiet O¿Fallon¿s Landing is just the place to hide. Keefe can¿t understand what it is about the new nanny that has his blood racing thru his veins but he knows he must have a taste of her or he will go nuts. _____________________________ Callie Cahill needs to land this interview with Keefe O¿Fallon her sisters future depends on her moving up at Soap Scoops. When she is mistaken for the new babysitter she plays along thinking it will get her the added edge that she needs. She does tell Keefe the truth but they keep this information to themselves. ____________________________ Both Keefe and Callie realize that getting together would be foolish since neither is planning on staying at the landing for long. But their bodies and hearts have turned out listening to their brains. They begin a hot and passionate affair. However someone is still out their trying to harm Bonnie¿s mother and when a scandal sheet prints an explosive story, all fingers point to Callie. ______________________ Can Callie prove her innocence and convince Keefe that what they have is real? Can Keefe open his heart to a reporter and take a chance on love? _____________________________ The Way U Look Tonight is a pleasure from page one. You find yourself drawn into the characters and laughing at their antics. The chemistry between Keefe and Callie burns up every page. You can¿t wait to read another page to see how their love story unfolds. Really can¿t wait till then next O¿Fallon story comes along. Kudos.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 14, 2006

    Dianne Castell Rocks!!!

    Keefe O'Fallon has taken a break from his job as soap star, Lex Zandor, to go back home and help his family out during a crisis. Callie Cahill has followed Keefe to get a story for her magazine, which Keefe does not want to happen. Callie, also, has a bit of a crush on Keefe, but Keefe does not like reporters! Callie saves the day when she helps calm Keefe's baby sister, Bonnie, and agrees to take care of Bonnie in exchange for Keefe giving her an interview. And so begins, Keefe and Callie's adventures. Dianne Castell has created a fun, engaging cast of characters who immediately pull the reader into their lives and keeps them there. Keefe and Callie are fun to watch as they try to fight sexual tension that they cannot escape, and they really do not want to. The secondary characters and the underlying mystery both add to the charm of the story. Dianne Castell's The Way U Look Tonight is wonderful and I cannot wait to get my hands on Til There Was U and Quaid's story. Dianne has me hooked!!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 6, 2006

    Another Winner

    This is the second in Dianne's trilogy of Four O'Fallons and a Baby. In this story we meet Keefe O'Fallon, who is the sexy soap opera star - Lex Zandor. Early in his career he had a bad experience with the press and he avoids them at all costs. But to Keefe family always comes first so when his Father needs help finding the Mother to his baby sister, Keefe answers the call to come home. Callie Cahill is an reporter for Soap Scoops and is after an exclusive interview with Keefe, but before she can explain all this she is taken for the babysitter for Keefe's young sister Bonnie. To say that the opening pages have you laughing as the situation goes downhill fast is an understatement after she is busted for what she really does. This is a well written, light-hearted romance, that has its tense moments, steamy well written sex scenes, fiery kisses that scorch anything within range and lots of action. It is wonderful to see these two become a couple and fall in love, even when Keefe does all the wrong things and is so determined to keep his life private. Callie is beautiful, sassy and just the tonic that Keefe needs to keep him in a stir. This is a page turner from start to finish, which will have you smiling and sighing all the way through. The secondary characters just add to this book and I really, look forward to the next book in this series. If you have not read the first book 'Til There Was U, then you are missing a great series. Dianne has another winner in this book and only seems to get better with each release.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 3, 2006

    Way U Look Tonight

    The Way U Look Tonight is a fabulous continuation of the O'Fallon family series. The adventure continues in the search for Bonnie's mom, with lots of fun twists and turns along the way. The relationship between Callie and Keefe sizzles, and the secondary relationship between Digger and Georgette is equally steamy. All of these elements pull together fantastically to hook you right from the start and keep you turning the pages until you get to the last one. It will have you itching for more of this fun & feisty family.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

    more from this reviewer

    fun contemporary romance

    In Tennessee, fifty-two year old Rory O¿Fallon knows the moment he sees the infant on his porch that he sired her he also believes the mother, whom he loves, is in trouble for that is the only reason she would abandon her daughter Bonnie like this. Finally Rory realizes that he cannot help his beloved Mimi DuPont without help. To do this he asks his sons to come home to O¿Fallon¿s Landing, Tennessee on the Mississippi. --- Soap opera fans love newest hunk Keefe O¿Fallon, but the media is driving him crazy following his every move as if he was important. When his dad asks him to come home to help find Bonnie¿s mother, he leaves the Big Apple for two reasons. First his father asked him to which to Keefe is important. Second he can escape the press feeding frenzy even for a few days of rural relief. However, he finds himself immediately attracted to Bonnie¿s nanny Callie. She reciprocates. However, she fears that once he learns what she does for a living, their relationship will go kaput before it begins. Callie failed to inform Rory that her real reason for being here is an interview with his hunk of a son for Soap Scoops magazine that will in turn pay for her sister¿s education. --- The second O¿Fallon sibling tale (see `TIL THERE WAS U) is a fun contemporary romance starring two likable ¿star-crossed¿ protagonists, a tabloid journalist and the actor. The story line is lighthearted fun as the lead couple falls in love forcing Callie to decide between career and Keefe. Though the Mimi mystery was not moved forward that much, fans will enjoy this fine caper and look forward to the third sibling¿s tale. --- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 6, 2006

    Fantastic, Fun and Sassy

    This is the second book in the series about the O'Fallon's of Mississippi. Keefe O'Fallon is a hunky star on a soap opera, but he rushes home when his family needs him to help take care of little Bonnie, his baby sister, to help his dad find Bonnie's mom, and to protect all of them from some very bad men. It's the perfect excuse to escape the limelight and get away from the press who are hounding his every move. But taking care of little Bonnie was not as easy as it sounded, and Keefe was doubly glad when help arrived. Callie Cahill arrived at the O'Fallon house just in time to rescue Keefe from a crying Bonnie, and he assumed she was the nanny. But looks can be deceiving and Keefe learns Callie is a reporter. However, she is terrific with Bonnie and they work out a trade, where she'll care for Bonnie and in return, get her article written about Keefe. Of course, Callie has had a crush on Keefe for a long time, and Keefe is instantly attracted to Callie. Their adventures as they try to protect Bonnie from the bad guys will keep you laughing out loud. Callie fits right in with the people in Keefe's hometown, and she and Keefe heat up the bedroom, the hallway, the stairs, or wherever else they might be. Mrs. Castell has written another great story about family and the importance of acceptance, love, and doing the right thing. I highly recommend this book and am anxiously awaiting the next story in the series.

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    Posted May 9, 2010

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    Posted December 2, 2008

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