Out of Depths-Pamela Hearon

Out of Depths

Pamela Hearon

Harlequin SuperRomance, Aug 7 2012, $5.50

ISBN: 9780373717996

 

In Kentucky, Marshall County Sheriff Blaine calls Paducah-based attorney Chance Brennan to inform him five more kids were found exploring the cave on the latter’s lakefront property.  Chance tells the sheriff he will look around tomorrow when he gets to Kentucky Lake while his perfectionist dad demands he finish his briefs and date Denise Macomb.

 

Chance’s former girlfriend Kyndal Rawlings had become a good nature photographer until she became black-listed six months ago because of Mike Sloan’s stupidly that killed the True Tennessee website.  Mike tells her that the state commissioned Charlie Short to start a quarterly tourism magazine; Charlie wants photos of the less known smaller caves; she knows of only one.  Blaine catches Kyndal trespassing and arrests her.  Chance arrives at the station.  She tells him that she found a vug room of crystals in his cave.  They go to the cave together where they first made love and end up making love again.  She becomes pregnant and he proposes in spite of knowing she is bad for his aspirations of the bench by forty.  She rejects his offer as he burned her once before when he dumped her for his Ivy education and partnership with his dad.

 

The key to this engaging second chance at love romance is the abuse of power by those with influence against those with none.  The lead couple has flaws as he tries to please his dad by being perfect like his late brother Hank was and she is a clinger who smothers her loved ones.  Their chance at a permanent relationship is zero as his father will do anything to keep his surviving son from the unacceptable photographer even if he never meets his grandchild.

 

Harriet Klausner

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