Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Review: Where Rivers Part by:Kellie Coates Gilbert

 Where Rivers Part (Texas Gold, #2)
About the Book:
Following in her estranged father's footsteps, Dr. Juliet Ryan has devoted her scientific acumen to corporate America, providing safe drinking water for millions--and affording her plenty of perks along the way. Then, without warning, a fast-moving disaster sweeps Juliet into a whirlpool of corporate scandal and puts lives at risk. As she scrambles to find answers, Juliet must face her deepest wounds and join forces with her father to expose a far-reaching conspiracy. Underneath it all, she struggles to forgive those who betrayed her trust--not least of all her own father.

About the Author:
Kellie Coates Gilbert is a former legal investigator and trial paralegal and the author of A Woman of Fortune. Gilbert crafts her emotionally charged stories about women in life-changing circumstances in Dallas, Texas, where she lives with her husband.

My Review:
 Dr. Juliet Ryan, doesn't have the best relationship with her Dad. She has to face his criticisms at every turn and this is something that damages their relationship, inevitably. In spite of their differences, they will have to find a way to work together to figure out the mystery to this scandal as well who is behind it all. Right now Juliet feels she can trust noone. God is behind this family and yet right in the middle of them without them even realizing it. Juliet's mother gets saved but her family isn't really to excited about the idea. But soon they will see how much each of them need Him just as she did.

 A storyline full of suspense, intrigue, and tons of drama. Juliet and her father start to realize that they all all they have. They also start to become curious about this "God" that was so important to Juliet's mother. Our dependence on the Heavenly Father should always reign supreme during every twist and turn and then story reveals just that.

**Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from Revell.