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The Scandal and Carter O'Neill (The Notorious O'Neills #3)

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Carter O'Neill has risen above the reputation of his notorious family—thanks to hard work and distance. Now he's this close to getting everything he wants. Then Zoe Madison interrupts his community meeting with the announcement she's pregnant. In the media storm that follows, no one wants to hear that the baby isn't his. As for believing he doesn't even know her…forget abo ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published October 12th 2010 by Harlequin (first published October 1st 2010)
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Saly
Carter is the oldest brother, the one in politics and he has stayed away from his family for the most part for ten years and it is not out of shame but out of love and to protect them. His mother came back into his life and to protect his sister from her, he lied for his mother in court and stayed away from family, he misses them terribly, now his life is in chaos again because his mother is back and her paying someone to talk to him has brought him in hot-water.

Zoe is five months pregnant and b
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Yona
It was time for a romance story. It was good but nothing special but it did it's purpose for the day.
Janga
The conclusion to O'Keefe's Notorious O'Neills trilogy has a hero and heroine I found appealing and a sigh-perfect epilogue, but overall it lacked the satisfying sense of wholeness that prompted me to give the first two books in the series five stars. I think it was Nora Roberts who compared writing a category romance to performing Swan Lake in a phone booth. To use NR's analogy, O'Keefe left me shouting brava at her execution of the ballet in her first two books but applauding politely and regr ...more
Michelle
Fun! A really good finish to the trilogy. Almost everybody lives happily ever after. Good characters, etc. And if you're listening, Molly, I would purely LOVE to read Margot's story!!! That's one hell of an interesting woman!
Bet Lantaff
This was, by far, the best one of the Notorious O'Neill's trilogy. If Ms O'Keefe had taken the extra time, she could have made this a novel. It had all the nuances and suspense of a novel and there were many, many ways to take the different plotlines. This is only the 3rd book of Ms O'Keefe's that I have read, but it makes me want to search out her other books to see how she has improved her writing.
Amy
Fantastic book. I love the heroine.
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Molly O'Keefe has always known she wanted to be a writer (except when she wanted to be a florist or a chef and the brief period of time when she considered being a cowgirl). And once she got her hands on some romances, she knew exactly what she wanted to write.

She published her first Harlequin romance at age 25 and hasn't looked back. She loves exploring every character's road towards happily ever
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