Where Rivers Part, by Kellie Coates Gilbert, is the second book in the Texas Gold Novel series. This story looks at Dr. Juliet Ryan, who has spent her life’s work providing safe drinking water. Although Dr. Ryan and her father are estranged, she must find a way to work with him to unravel a scandal in Corporate America as she is put in the middle of this scandal. Throughout the story, we see some of her family life, and the relationship she has with her mother. Although her mother is a Christian, Dr. Ryan and her father don’t share the same faith as her. As the book progresses, Dr. Ryan begins to realize she needs God in her life.
I liked that this book was different than other Christian books I have read in the past. There aren’t many that focus on Corporate America, and some of the scandals that go on in that environment.
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