Hearon, Pamela, Out of the Depths


Hearon, Pamela, Out of the Depths,  (Richmond, Surrey:  Harlequin (UK) Limited, 2012).

Title:  Out of the Depths

Author:  Pamela Hearon

Imprint:  Superromance

Issues:  Class Differences; Parenthood; Self Esteem


She isn’t going down that road again

Kyndal Rawlings thought she’d learned her lesson when Chance Brennan left her to pursue his Ivy League dreams. Yet here she is, in Kentucky, falling for him all over again. Maybe it’s being stranded in a cave with him…the same place they first became lovers.

Or maybe there’s still something between them.

Not that anything will change-even after four tense days of depending on each other for their very survival. Chance needs a certain kind of woman to help him with his career. And Kyndal will never be that kind. But something has changed. Something that will force the m to decide what they really want.

Dear Reader,

Perhaps you’ve heard of Mammoth Cave?  Kentucky, my native state, is littered with caves.  Mammoth Cave is the most famous, but smalled ones honeycomb beneath the surface of much of the land area.

Some of my high school friends happened upon a cave near Kentucky Lake, and four of us set out one day to explore it.  Armed with only two flashlights and the mindset of teenage invincibility, we were totally naïve to the dangers that might lurk there.  We thought it was a cool thing to do.  And it was!  Stepping into the total blackness of those new surroundings was like stepping into another world.  We squeezed through crevices and crawled through passages like giant earthworms, somehow managing to find our way back to the entrance at day’s end.

My memories of that day are vivid and still wildly exciting even these many years later, so when I started pondering a unique setting for a novel, the idea of the cave took over my imagination and wouldn’t let go.  Former high school sweethearts Kyndal Rawlings and Chance Brennan needed to get reacquainted.  The cave was the perfect place for their reunion.

Whether your preferences lean toward the outdoor recreation region of Kentucky Lake or the rolling hills around Lexington, the Bluegrass State is an enchanting place you’ll want to visit – along with my website, www.pamelahearon.com.

Until next time,

Pamela Hearon


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