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After Midnight: A Denver Heroes Novel by [Clark, Kathy]
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About the Author

Kathy Clark’s 23 women’s fiction (romance) novels have sold over 3 million copies in more than 10 languages and have been on the New York Times’ bestsellers’ list and won her numerous awards. In September 2012 she broke away from the romance genre and launched a new suspense series, Denver After Dark that is centered on three brothers, one a cop, one a firefighter and one a paramedic. The first book, After Midnight was named as the Best Indie Suspense of 2013 and won third place in the prestigious Readers’ Favorite Suspense Awards 2013. Book #2 in this series, Cries in the Night was just released in October, 2013. Book #3, Graveyard Shift will be released in the summer, 2014. Also in 2012 Kathy teamed up with her husband Bob Wernly to write a Young Adult Time Travel Mystery/Romance series called CUL8R (See You Later) under the pen name of Bob Kat. Book #1 OMG (Oh My God), when they go back to 1966 to save a girl’s life, was released in October, 2012 and was named as the Best Indie Young Adult Suspense of 2013 and was a Beverly Hills Book Awards finalist. Book #2 BRB (Be Right Back), when they travel back to 1980, recently won First Place in the Readers’ Favorite Young Adult Awards 2013. Book #3 BION (Believe It Or Not), when they go back to 1927 and join a circus to save a boy, was just released in July, 2013. All three books in this series have received rave reviews and 4 and 5 star ratings. Book #4 RIP (Rest in Peace), a ghost story set at the famous Stanley Hotel will be released in January, 2014. Also, under the Bob Kat pen name, Kathy and Bob wrote a fictionalized version of his fraternity days at Kent State University in 1970 that mixes the drama of senior year with the first military draft lottery, the Vietnam war and the Kent State shootings. This novel was named as a finalist in the Best Indie Mainstream Book of 2013 Awards. Kathy and Bob are also working on a New Adult series called Scandals with the first book Baby Daddy scheduled for release in November, 2013. Kathy is currently a member of Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, Romance Writers of America and Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers, and was on the board of directors of national RWA and Colorado Romance Writers for several years. Her books and screenplays have won numerous awards, including top honors from Romantic Times, Colorado Romance Writer of the Year, two RITAs and several film festival screenwriting competitions.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1001 KB
  • Print Length: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Loveswept (18 Nov. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00QP3ROCS
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #152,516 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This was an amazing read. I read it over two days. It was fast moving and intriguing. Can't wait to start the next one which I have already purchased.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x8e1009b4) out of 5 stars 62 reviews
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8e10754c) out of 5 stars Started out fast-paced but fell flat 18 Dec. 2012
By Kindles & Wine Book Blog - Published on Amazon.com
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REVIEWED BY EMILY

Kathy Clark's AFTER MIDNIGHT starts out with a bang - almost literally. We meet our police officer hero, Sam Morgan, while on his nightly rounds and escorting a man on a ridealong. Within pages he finds himself shot and his old partner dead after stopping to check on what he thinks is a hooker and her pimp. The pimp who had shot Sam's old partner is also killed in the fray by the ridealong guest, who is actually a reporter.

As a quick aside, these words are not really in my daily vocabulary, so if "pimp" and "hooker" are too "Pretty Woman" or "Cagney & Lacey," I apologize! I'm sure there are better words I could use (street walker? roxanne? lady of the night?) but I am at a loss! Sorry, I digress...

Anyway, we find out that the hooker Sam saw is not really a hooker, but rather a struggling actress hired to play the part of a hooker. Kate McKinney, the actress, is as confused about the dead cop and dead pimp as Sam is, but they are determined to try to figure out what happened, and to do it together. Pretty soon two things become apparent: 1) Someone is out to get Kate and 2) Kate and Sam have some pretty serious chemistry.

I had high hopes in the beginning of this book. It started out fast-paced and I liked both of the main characters. Unfortunately, I had pretty much solved the mystery by the middle of the book, and spent the latter half wanting to shake Kate and Sam whilst screaming, "It was so-and-so, you dummies!" The hemming and hawing that was done in solving the crime and in the relationship between Kate and Sam dragged on too long and I lost interest in both somewhere along the way.

One other issue I had was that there seemed to be too many side stories that were suddenly brought up without reason or warning. Kate's dad has presidential aspirations? Sam is has an ex-girlfriend that ditched him? Say what? Since when? It seemed to me that these tidbits could have been better developed or mentioned earlier to help us understand Kate and Sam's motivations.

BOTTOM LINE
While this book was not for me, I do think it could be a good read for those looking for an easy "whodunit?" that they can solve, especially if they like a little sexy time thrown into the mix.

RATING: C- (2½ stars)

Note: I received a review copy of this title courtesy of the author in exchange for an honest review.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
By DanielleLW2B - Published on Amazon.com
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I love books that start off by throwing you right into the action and After Midnight did not disappoint in that regard. That being said, the whole book just fell a little flat for me.

Sam is a Denver police officer that loves patrolling the streets at night. He's out doing his nightly rounds when his ride-along points out a hooker and suggests they stop. What should have been a quick, routine stop turns into a lot more than anyone bargained for, leaving two people dead and Sam in the hospital.

Kate is an actress in Denver that's supposed to be playing the role of a hooker for an easy $100 cash. Except when bullets start flying and her "pimp" and a cop end up dead, she's not sure what she's supposed to do. Wracked with more guilt than she can handle, she visits Sam in the hospital but leaves when he doesn't believe her that she's not a real hooker.

Eventually Sam finds out who Kate really is and after they get past the initial hooker awkwardness they end up in a tentative relationship which quickly escalates when they realize that Kate's in danger. There's a lot that happens to Kate in such a short amount of time but Sam remains her rock throughout it all.

Of course their relationship is questionable because of everything that's been happening and neither is sure where it will lead once the danger dies down but there is one chapter where Sam's ex shows up out of nowhere and I really could have done without that. I mean, she was there which had Kate questioning how Sam really felt, then it wasn't brought up again... I just didn't understand the significance and that really bugged me.

Then, of course, we have the villain who was so obvious to me that it was a little disappointing. I had him pegged from the get-go, yet it took Sam, who's a cop, an entire book to put two and two together. I know, I know, there wouldn't have been a story if he figured it out right away but I really wish it wasn't so obvious. A little suspense would have been nice, ya know?!

While the suspense was lacking, the action in this one definitely wasn't which is the reason I was able to give it three stars. Even though I knew who the villain was, it was interesting to see how it would all play out in the end. Overall, After Midnight was a decent read and I might pick up the next book in the series.

*ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8e069d38) out of 5 stars Great characters and dialog in this romantic suspense 8 Aug. 2014
By Sheila Deeth - Published on Amazon.com
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After Midnight tells a tale of cops with guns where injuries are real, people die, and the walking wounded don’t get straight up from their sickbeds to fight again. But Sam is determined to find out why his friend died, and there’s definitely something strange about the hooker-who’s-not-a-hooker.

“Car nine, out of service. End of watch. We thank you for your sacrifice...” Powerful words, powerfully portrayed in a funeral that stays with the reader, giving depth and sincerity to this tale. Tragic circumstances are offset with the delightful humor and genuine affection of pitch-perfect dialog, as Sam falls in love, his siblings tease, and a beautiful woman finds her life in danger.

Great characters, great romance, sensual sex scenes, intriguing mystery (yeah, I guessed, but that’s me), and a cool location (made all the better since I’d just visited Denver for the first time before reading)... After Midnight is a fast enjoyable read for mature readers.

Disclosure: I found it when it was free and I’m sorry it took so long to get around to reading it.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8eca8a8c) out of 5 stars Another great book by Kathy Clark 13 Nov. 2013
By Tina Foster - Published on Amazon.com
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I was instantly pulled in on the first page. A great suspense that kept me reading. Although I sort of guessed who the culprit was, but didn't know WHY he did it until the end. I'll read more of her books in the future. I'm hooked on this series.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x8e15f570) out of 5 stars After Midnight 10 Oct. 2013
By Michael D. Connell - Published on Amazon.com
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Very good and interesting romantic mystery with very realistic and believable characters. Story line was interesting. Easy reading and would recommend this book to mystery and romance readers. Look forward to reading more books by the author.
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