Thursday, September 24, 2015

With Every Breath

  From the back of the book:
In the shadow of the nation's capital, Kate Livingston's respectable life as a government worker is disrupted by an encounter with the insufferable Trevor McDonough, the one man she'd hoped never to see again. A Harvard-trained physician, Trevor never showed the tiniest flicker of interest in Kate, and business is the only reason he has sought her out now. 

Despite her misgivings, Kate agrees to Trevor's risky proposal to join him in his work to find a cure for tuberculosis. As Kate begins to unlock the mysteries of Trevor's past, his hidden depths fascinate her. However, a shadowy enemy lies in wait and Trevor's closely guarded secrets are darker than she ever suspected.

As revelations from the past threaten to destroy their careers, their dreams, and even their lives, Trevor and Kate find themselves in a painfully impossible situation. With everything to lose, they must find the strength to trust that hope and love can prevail over all.

What an amazing  story on trust and faith.   The author has done an impeccable job in her research and study on this story line.   

In this story we are taken back to the turn of the century and introduced to the two main characters Kate and Trevor.  When we first meet them, they are true rivals in every sense.  From academics to who can out wit the other.  Later in Kate's life, after the death of her husband, she is given a promising job offer, but she has no idea that Trevor is the one offering the job.
  The characters are easy to like and follow.   It is full of anticipation, real to life situations, romance and even mystery.    Very well written and hard to put down. I highly recommend this book.

 I received this book free from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review and the opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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