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Deep Night
Denver Heroes # 3
By: Kathy Clark
Releasing August 182015

Sure to thrill readers of Nora Roberts and Karen Robards, Kathy Clark’s breathtaking Denver Heroes series continues as two adrenaline junkies find themselves fighting unexpected passion—and unspeakable terror.

Ex-soldier Chris Wilson lost too many friends to war. Back home in Denver, he’s trying to make a difference as a paramedic, treating victims of crisis situations. Not even active combat could prepare Chris for the rush he gets when violence and tragedy collide, but the job isn’t the only thing making his heart race. His partner is his closest confidant from childhood, and the girl he remembers is now a strong, sensual woman . . . who needs him more than ever.

Sara Richards is more comfortable risking her life than asking for help. The petite blonde medic put a wall around her heart long ago, vowing to never let anyone hurt her again. Only now her long-buried secrets threaten to destroy everything she’s built. And though she should be able to trust Chris, his smoldering blue-gray eyes ignite desires that feel more dangerous than whatever’s lurking in the shadows. For once, Sara can’t go it alone. But Chris might just be stubborn enough to stand by her side as she faces down her worst nightmare.

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The skies were just beginning to lighten when Chris turned the ambulance into the garage. He and Sara worked as a team, giving the vehicle’s interior a final once-over before loading their leftover supplies and their narcotics kit on a cart that they rolled to the office. Only the narcotics kit was strictly monitored, and they had to wait until it was cross-referenced with the night’s usage report.
“Want to stop for some breakfast?” Chris asked her as they headed to the parking lot once check-in was finished. “I’ve got a thirty-minute drive to Parker to get home.”
“You’re still living with your parents?” she asked. “I’ll bet that sucks.”
“I haven’t had a chance to find something in town yet. Plus, I have to pay first and last month’s rent, plus the deposit. That would cut deep into my college fund.”
She stopped next to her car, but didn’t open the door. For a few seconds, she stared down at the ground as if she was working something through in her mind. Finally, she lifted her gaze and smiled. “I have a two-bedroom apartment in a rent-controlled building over by Coors Field. I could use a roommate to split the bills.”
Chris tried to read her expression, but the offer seemed to be genuinely extended. It would sure make his life a lot easier if he didn’t have that hour-plus drive every day. Not to mention the fact that at home he was sleeping in his old bunk bed, which his six-foot-two frame had long ago outgrown.
“If you wouldn’t mind,” he said. “It would help me out a lot.”
“It’s nothing special, but it’s close and cheap . . . relatively speaking.”
“Sounds like my kind of place.”
“You buy your own food, and I’m not your maid or your cook,” she added. “Plus, there’s only one bathroom.”
“Are you trying to talk me out of it?”
“I just don’t want you to have any . . . false expectations.” She gave him a steady look that told him she was referring to much more than that.
“How about today?”
She seemed surprised, but not opposed to it. “That’s fine with me. Sharing the rent will help me. But why the hurry?”
“Other than the drive and the traffic, it’s difficult to sleep there during the day with Dad mowing the lawn and Mom vacuuming.”
“It’s usually pretty quiet on my end of town.”
“My only concern is that Mom might be upset. I just got home, and I’m not sure how she’ll take me leaving so soon.”
“She’ll understand.”
“At least she knows you and won’t think I’m shacking up with some stranger.”
Sara gave him an odd look, but didn’t comment.
He smiled. “I think we have a deal.”


Author Info
Kathy Clark is a New York Times bestselling author whose novels have sold more than three million copies in eleven languages. Her plot lines have always championed women’s empowerment, placing strong female characters in real-life situations. Her stories will make you laugh and cry, and her characters will live in your heart forever. She lives with her husband and co-author, Bob Wernly.
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