The Third Call by Lorhainne Eckhart

Bad-boy deputy Marcus O’Connell dreads what cops know as the third call.

The third call

Romance and suspense collide in this pulse-pounding read!


NY Times & USA Today bestselling author Lorhainne Eckhart brings you an emotional O’Connell family novel that is both “Gut-wrenching & Riveting.” 


A small town. A scared little girl. A man with a gun. A small cabin deep in the woods. This book was a wonderful story." 

-Bev, Bookbub Reviewer

Bad-boy deputy Marcus O’Connell dreads what cops know as the third call. 


When Marcus takes the call the first time, he thinks it’s a prank. 


The second time, he knows there’s a problem.


The third time the call comes in and is patched through to him, he knows it’s something he can’t ignore. 


The only thing is, the girl is terrified and keeps hanging up, and Marcus knows someone is in the house with her. Can they save a girl from a desperate situation? “Grab your copy now by clicking the BUY now with 1-Click button at the top of this page!”


Genre: FICTION / Romance / Suspense

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Small Town & Rural

Language: English

Keywords: small town mystery series, big lies in a small town, family saga mystery, sheriff police procedural, mystery series collection, romance series collection

Word Count: 45000

Sales info:

NY Times & USA Today Bestselling Author

Sample text:

“Stop staring at them,” said Sheriff Osbert Berry, Bert for short, who was sitting on the same stool at the end of the bar where he always sat, nursing the ale on tap. Marcus hadn’t known he was paying attention.

“I’m not staring. I’m observing. There’s a difference.” He leaned on the bar, having to glance back over his shoulder to Bert, who seemed to have packed on a few more pounds as of late. He already had a hefty frame for a man in his sixties, and it appeared he hadn’t shaved in days.

“Bullshit, Marcus,” Bert said. “You’re staring them down with that look you have that makes everyone nervous. She’s flirting, blowing off steam. Let her have some fun, and remember, son, you’re talking to the man who wrote the book on staring down numbskulls whose asses you want to kick. I trained you. I know you better than anyone.”

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