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Til Death Undo Us (Open Windows #1)

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Open Window, #1

She never imagined love could happen twice—until her husband returned from the dead.

Cassidy thinks she's getting on with her life just fine after her husband's fall to cancer. Life is quiet, which is just the way she likes it, half a continent away from her overbearing Irish family.

Niall doesn't want to scare the fragile Irish rose, but her husband, su
ebook, 82 pages
Published July 18th 2011 by Lyrical Press, Inc.
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Christi Snow
May 23, 2012 rated it really liked it
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Cassidy had the picture-perfect marriage and husband and you get glimpses of their marriage and courtship throughout this book through flashbacks. He died a painful death from cancer at a very young age in Cassidy's arms and she's never really recovered from that loss, even though it's been two years. She functions, but that's pretty much it. She still wears black. She still desperately misses him.

This book is very much a romantic suspense. You quickly discover that something is wrong
Silver James
Aug 01, 2012 rated it really liked it
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Til Death Undo Us While normally not a fan of first person POV, the author, Morgan Q. O'Reilly, did a credible job of combining action and introspection to keep this book on pace. When young widow Cassidy Malone is visited by the Irish Mob and the Feds, all in one day--and told that her deceased husband has been identified on current security tapes, she doesn't know what to do. She's not fully recovered from her husband's death and Niall Malone (no relation to her husband), the security officer ...more
Char Chaffin
Jan 26, 2012 rated it really liked it
Sexy, suspenseful, tense and did I mention sexy? Niall and Cassidy were meant for each other, and what they go through to get each other makes for a fun and engrossing read. This is my first Morgan O'Reilly novel, but I guarantee it won't be my last. I'm looking forward to seeing what else this talented author has in store for her readers.
Ericka Scott
Jul 18, 2011 rated it it was amazing
Til Death Undo Us has a bit of everything I love in a book - romance, a sexy hero, a spunky, mouthy heroine, and page-turning action. Oh, and if Ms. O'Reilly wants to write more books, I'd love to see stories involving all of the sexy Shaughnessy brothers....yes, all six of them!
Tam Linsey
Jul 23, 2012 rated it it was amazing
A fun start to a series starring a HUGE family who all find love, one book at a time.
Jan 20, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Didn't want this book to end.
For such an intriguing premise this book is amazingly boring. The author spends an inordinate amount of time describing in great detail Cassidy's ordinary life. The first third of this short work is spent on demonstrating over and over again what a disaster Cassidy is in the kitchen, how much she loves to crochet and how perfect her life was with her husband before he died. When at last the suspense part of the story appears, it is only to be robbed of all excitement by the author who chooses to ...more
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Morgan is Southern born, California raised and firmly transplanted in Alaska. It takes a lot of something to bloom in the far north where the summers can be glorious and the winters very long. She's still trying to figure out what that something is.

In the mean time, she spends long hours with the characters in her head when not embarrassing her college-aged son or trying not to poison her husband
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