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  • Is the little girl safe?

    This book is the second in a new series, although it can be read as a stand-alone. I am thoroughly enjoying the dynamic of the O’Connell family and hope that this series will continue for a long time. In this book, Marcus O’Connell who is a sheriff’s deputy receives a phone call from a six year old girl who appears to be in danger. If’s difficult for him to determine the situation as the girl keeps hanging up. By the third call he is convinced and is determined to find out the situation. Things are not as cut and dried as it seems and other members of his family have to get involved.

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  • An Intense Page Turner

    The second book in this series is an intense drama filled with emotions dealing with the frustrations of a broken system that leaves a young mother and child homeless and a lone man abandoned by those in authority who should have had his back. When justice takes a harsh turn, trying to make things right, Marcus finds that not only does his family have his back, but someone he has loved for a long time is ready to step in to help him. This is a fast-paced story that will tug at your heartstrings and keep you involved from start to finish. The O’Connells continue to be a strong family core that stand up for each other and those they care about. Marcus’s story is a powerful read that may make you rail at the injustice that often occurs when those who deserve our protection the most are the ones who fall through the cracks and are failed by our system. It will definitely grab your attention and leave you ready for whatever’s coming next for this amazing family.

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  • Keeps you glued to the pages

    Reviewed by K.J. Simmill for Readers' Favorite In Lorhainne Eckhart's The Third Call, from the moment that second emergency call came through Marcus O’Connell knew it was something more than a childish prank. The girl was terrified, trapped in a house that wasn't hers with her mum and a man she didn't know. By the time the third call is connected, intuition and experience warn him it isn't going to end well. With the sheriff indisposed, it falls to Marcus to handle this escalating situation, but nothing goes down as it should. He is left not only trying to resolve the disastrous aftermath but looking towards a future he never expected with a person who had always been too afraid to let go of the past. Can Marcus find the happily ever after he has wanted for years, or will things once more go south? The Third Call is the second book in Lorhainne Eckhart's The O'Connells series. This book follows the life of Marcus, once a trouble maker, now a deputy. He works beside Charlotte, a woman he has loved for years but she is too afraid to finalize her divorce and surrender her family home. I enjoyed how this story was a cross between a romance and a crime drama. When Marcus takes the call he could never imagine how it would change his life, how it would move missing pieces into place, and spur action and realization of the things almost lost. Marcus's character is well defined with a good moral compass and a tendency to fight for the rights of others, especially those being treated unjustly. Morals and family are running themes through this book and make for some very interesting exchanges. Danger, romance, and a drive to do what is right will see you glued to the page as you watch Marcus's tale unfold.

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