This contemporary fiction is the second book in the Texas Gold Collection. I haven’t read the first, A Woman of Fortune, but plan to since I enjoyed Where Rivers Part. I read for a variety of reasons, one is to learn something new. I haven’t read books about the food safety industry and legal matters, so this was something new for me. It’s a complicated issue but the author told the story in a way that was easy to follow and it kept my interest. At no additional cost to you, if you choose to purchase from Amazon through my affiliate link in this post, I may receive a small commission.
Sometimes the people around us aren’t who they seem to be. The story was about betrayal, regret, the power of bitterness and the freedom in forgiving. There were some interesting surprises along the way, adding a bit of suspense. It’s a Christian novel, but not heavy on spirituality.
Kellie Coates Gilbert is a former legal investigator. She created this story from her experience with a Jack in the Box litigation, along with her own creativity.
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