Molly and Frank O’Hurley along with their only son Trace were expecting the fourth member of their family. But Molly and the family were about to get a surprise. Instead of one baby there were three. Triplets, Chantel, Abby and Maddy. These four stories The Last Honest Woman, Dance To The Piper, Skin Deep, Without A Trace, of Nora Roberts will charm you, make you laugh and feel for these siblings.
The Plot of The Last Honest Woman
Abby the middle triplet and the sensible one. The only un-sensible thing she did was run off with a race driver, Chuck Rockwell at eighteen. Now eight years later Abby is a widow with two children. She has been a widow for five years and decided now is the time for her to give in to the book deal. It’s for herself and her children who never really knew their father. But the story is not what it seems to be and Dylan Crosby will find his answers.
Dylan Crosby an accomplished writer on biographies is getting the chance at Chuck Rockwell’s story. Going there all he was thinking was that she was rich and had servants but he was finding out that was not true. She was not who he thought. Abby was hiding the truth from him and he needed to know. But the truth is not always pretty. Dylan will find out and experience more than he expected to with Abby O’Hurley. And just maybe Abby will find something as well.
The Plot of Dance To The Piper
Maddy O’Hurley was a performer her whole life was on the stage, it was where she felt the most alive. As the youngest triplet Maddy loved her sisters and brother but she wasn’t like them, not glamorous or generous she was just the cute sister. She needed someone and that someone was Reed Valentine.
Reed Valentine was a cool business man running his fathers recording company. They decided to try and back a play which is where he meets Maddy O’Hurley. She isn’t anything he imagined. She was so alive and it scared him. He needed her but he was burned before by those he loved and was wary of a relationship with her.
But it may be just what Reed needs, Maddy’s spirit and love.
The Plot of Skin Deep
Chantel O’Hurley is an inspiring actress known for her roles and tabloid romances. Chantel had everything going for her, she was loved by her family, doing something she loved and loved by fans. But maybe one fan went a little too far. A crazed fan is going above and beyond to get Chantel’s attention. Matt, Chantel’s agent, gets an old friend Quinn Doran to help.
Quinn Doran is a tough P.I. and wasn’t thrilled with his assignment. He thought she was overacting but then he saw the notes and the terror in her face. Quinn decided to stay and help. He wanted to protect her the best way he could but he disrupted her life and her life.
Quinn finds what he has been missing as he protects Chantel and Chantel will find the one man she is able to be truly happy.
The Plot of Without A Trace
Trace O’Hurley left his family early in his live to pursue something that is for him. Trace knew that his father would be angry but he had to do this even though he would miss all of his family. And now twelve years later Trace is looking forward to retirement from the agency. A friend had died and he didn’t want to do this work anymore. He had experienced a lot within these years but he wouldn’t be getting that retirement just yet.
Gillian Fitzpatrick was the woman who would bring Trace back to his work and towards his goal of retirement. Gillian had a proposition to make for Trace. She wanted his help to get her brother and niece back from the group Hammer who took them about six days before. But she is also the one in danger as the men are also trying to get to her.
Trace takes the assignment against his better judgment. One for the money and another for revenge. There was also a part of him that wanted just to protect her.
The two are thrown into a whirlwind of action but end up finding comfort in each other. Gillian knows what she needs and Trace just might find out what he really needs with Gillian’s help.
As I finished these four books I was amazed by the dynamic characters and plots which flowed through the pages of the stories. I loved the fact that there were the set of triplets and only one brother. It was also interesting with the family being performers and in one way each child possessed some side of this artistic trait whether they wanted it or not. I really loved that all of the sisters or brother were talked about in each others stories. You never forgot about the others. These books were fantastic to read.