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The O’Connells - Books 1 - 3 - cover

The O’Connells - Books 1 - 3

Lorhainne Eckhart

Publisher: Lorhainne Eckhart, INC.

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Summary

The O’Connells of Livingston, Montana, are not your typical family. Follow them on their journey to the dark and dangerous side of love in a series of romantic thrillers you won’t want to miss. Raised by a single mother after their father’s mysterious disappearance eighteen years ago, the six grown siblings live in a small town with all kinds of hidden secrets, lies, and deception. 
 
—“A new family series more suspenseful than the Friessens.” Karen L. Vine Voice 
 
This Boxed set collection in The O’Connells series includes The Neighbor, The Third Call & The Secret Husband
 
The Neighbor: Park ranger Ryan is shocked when Jenny, a one-night stand from years ago, moves to his Montana town with her troublesome daughter, Alison. But he can’t resist the pull he feels toward her — especially once Alison goes missing and the truth about her daughter’s real identity comes out… 
 
The Third Call: When dispatcher Charlotte Roy passes along a call to bad-boy deputy Marcus O’Connell, they learn a six-year-old child is in danger. Can they save the girl from a desperate situation?
 
The Secret Husband: Small-town lawyer Karen O’Connell receives a call from Jack Curtis, her vengeful ex-husband, whom she’s never told anyone in her family about. He’s found himself in jail charged with murder. He says he's innocent, and Karen soon learns the mysterious circumstances surrounding the murder could be the reason their hasty marriage ended so badly. 

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