O'Brien Family Series - Cecy Robson, Author

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O'Brien Family Series

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Family is everything for these tough, loving, and often inapropriate Irish siblings. This contemporary romance series is actually a spinoff from the Shattered Past Series, where MMA heavyweight contender Killian O"Brien is first introduced as the love interest of Sofia Tres Santos, in "Once Pure."  Each O'Brien Family Novel features a different O'Brien sibling in search of their HEA.

Book Awards: Crave Me - 2018 Maggie Award of Excellence winner, 2018 SOVAS winner (Tara Langella); Once Kissed - 2016 RITA Award finalist; Let Me - 2017 Gayle Wilson Award of Excellence finalist; Save Me - 2019 Maggie Award of Excellence finalist

Cecy Robson always writes entertaining, sexy romances, they also have great messages for women...Her heroes might be powerful, handsome and irresistible, but her heroines are, too, and they go toe-to-toe, round for round with these men as their equals in every way. Feel Me is an exceptional book, and Ms. Robson is on my auto-buy list.” –Harlequin Junkie

"I'm just going to come right out and say it: I love the O'Brien family!" -Feeling Fictional

“[Cecy] Robson’s O’Brien family has the hottest brothers ever! . . . It’s impossible not to keep your fingers crossed for an HEA, but the author knows exactly what she’s doing as readers hold their breath during this roller-coaster ride of passion.”—RT Book Reviews

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Multi-published international author, double-nominated RITA® finalist, Maggie  Award winner, & Award of Excellence winner. Armed with a vivid imagination and irreverant wit. Creator of heartfelt romances, magical worlds, and emotional character-driven stories.
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