Sunday, February 15, 2015

Review: Where Rivers Part by Kellie Coates Gilbert

Where Rivers Part is Kellie Coates Gilbert’s second book in her A Texas Gold Novel series.  I do not think they follow each other in anyway as each story is about a woman who is going through some pretty serious circumstances.  In this second novel we meet Dr. Juliet Ryan, who is focusing her career on providing safe drinking bottled water for millions of people through the company she was recently hired.   Working for Larimar Springs provides her an opportunity to climb the corporate ladder and to show her estranged scientist father that she can make a difference in providing corporations with a way to make food and safety more important than the bottom line.  However, when people start getting sick and dying from a pathogen in Texas, all fingers begin pointing at some unsafe food product.   Everyone, including Juliet and her father, are put on high alert and Juliet realizes more than ever how alone she really is.
I really enjoyed this second book in the series, I think even more than the first.  It was interesting to see the behind the scenes and workings of a corporate business.  Not only that, but there was an air of mystery as Juliet begins to uncover some shady business dealings and in her own personal life learning to forgive.  I look forward to the next novel in this series.  I was provided this book for review by Revell and the opinions are my own.

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