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Deep Night: A Denver Heroes Novel by [Clark, Kathy]
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Length: 259 pages Word Wise: Enabled

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“A deeply touching story of a woman’s profound healing, and the amazing man who’s with her every step of the way.”USA Today bestselling author Tina Wainscott

“This one is totally recommended for fans of books where the romance seems like a natural evolution of life. The book reads like a slice-of-life biography in a way—I totally believe there are two EMTs in Denver named Chris and Sara who spend their nights saving lives and their days saving each other, and I hope to run into them someday.”—Romance & Smut
 
“Not the typical romance . . . I like how the main characters complemented each other and helped each other when they needed each other.”—Bibliophile Wonderland Reviews
 
“A very wonderful love story . . . I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did.”—Kimmie Sue’s Book Review
 
“An emotionally charged romance between two characters that find peace and strength in each other’s arms.”—Moonlight Rendezvous

Product Details

  • File Size: 1067 KB
  • Print Length: 259 pages
  • Publisher: Loveswept (August 18, 2015)
  • Publication Date: August 18, 2015
  • Sold by: Random House LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00TNDP1B8
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Not Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #204,494 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I received an ARC of this novel in exchange for an honest review, and here it is.

This is the first novel I've read by this author, and although it is listed as romantic suspense, I beg to differ. This novel, the third in a series, is so much more than that. It deals with the trauma of childhood sexual abuse, in fact it opens with the heroine, Sara, being raped by her father on her tenth birthday. It also deals with domestic violence, incest, drug addiction, suicide, and PTSD, and does so in a thoughtful, sensitive manner, which is no small achievement.

Sara, and her childhood friend, Chris, moonlight as paramedics while spending their daytime hours attending medical school. They lost touch when Sara went off to college and when Chris joined the Marines and spent 5 years working as a medic. When they reconnect, they decide to share expenses by sharing an apartment, and once they do that, it's not quite so easy for Sara to hide behind the wall of normalcy she presents to the rest of the world. Chris also has issues with PTSD from his time in Afghanistan, and physical scars he's been hiding from him family. Additionally, Sara's childhood crush on her best friend, Chris, is developing into something more--something she doesn't recognize because her childhood trauma has made her deeply mistrustful of all men, and she's never even been kissed, let alone allowed a man to get close to her. The other issues mentioned earlier in this review arise as Sara and Chris encounter them as working paramedics, and in one case, a veteran whose life Chris saved while in the military.

To say that this novel is heart-wrenching is putting it mildly. Ms.
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This was a kind of sad and sweet story but I was bored through a lot of it. It seemed so long and moved slow. There was so much details and not enough dialogue. I never felt attached to the main two characters or that they had a lot of real chemistry. I loved the cop, Nick. He seemed more real and I felt a connection to him. Overall pretty good and a good tribute to our soldiers.
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Rating: 3.5 Stars

Deep Night is the third book in the Denver Heroes series. It focuses on the third and final Wilson brother, Chris, who is a paramedic. Sara Richards, their childhood neighbor and longtime friend is also part of the book and the family. The other two books were about Chris’ older brothers, a policeman and a fireman. Just like After Midnight and Cries in the Night, Deep Night can be read as a standalone. Having read all of the books recently, I felt very familiar with the family. And, just like any other family, there were a few secrets. Oddly enough, the biggest secret is being held by Sara.

It always makes for an interesting dichotomy when a book has both romantic and violent themes. The prologue jumps right into Sara’s dark secret and then the first chapter gets into a normal day as a paramedic. Chris and Sara ride together as Denver paramedics. The entire book continues at the same pace, up and down. Although, I would have thought that the book would have been more about Chris, it felt more about Sara. She had the demons and Chris had no clue what they were although he had known her for most of their lives. The fact that she was able to survive all of this time is a testament to how strong a woman she was. Chris may have spent several years overseas as a Navy medic but he was not prepared for everything that happens after he moves in with Sara. He has no clue that she has been crushing on him since they were kids either. They learn that they really don’t know each other at all. Of course, that all changes very quickly when both of their pasts come into full focus.

I found Deep Night to be predictable but still very enjoyable. It follows a familiar script but it was worth the read.
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I loved reading. So, My friend gave me this book copy. I read this A to Z. Wow...I couldn’t put this book down. Sara and Chris had been friends since they were children and she had always had a crush on him. Actually, this book was amazing! The characters in the novel are very much created. Very attractive. This is often a dark read which is full associated with suspense, love, sexual abuse and just everyday life for the paramedics, cops in addition to branches on the service. Actually, It was a nice love story.
I highly recommended
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I wasn't so sure if I'd like this book or not. It turned out to be a really good book. The subject about PTSD hits close to home for me, as my husband suffers from this. It was a nice love story, though so parts were not so nice, but all in all it was a very good read.
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This is the third book in her Denver Heroes series. It deals with Chris and Sara who are EMT partners on the night shift. It touches on what some veterans go through, PTSD, an abusive father, and suicide. Written well, and uses the terms and language of their job.

I'm a fan of Kathy Clark, and those readers who enjoy a good romantic suspense will like her stories.
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