Saturday, February 28, 2015
Review of Where Rivers Part by Kellie Coates Gilbert
Pro's: A very well written story in Gilbert's Texas Gold Collection. A story about finding oneself, finding God, and finding out family runs thicker than water. I was anticipating this to be a more fluff book, but was greatly surprised that the romance aspect was low, the fluff was not present, and it was not so overly spiritual where you wanted to skip the "churchy" parts. An excellent story with deep roots running through it to keep you reading. You also do not need to read the 1st book in this collection as this is truly a stand alone novel.
Con's: None other than having to wait until her next book comes out!
Recommendation: If you are looking for a story with a bit more depth and meat to it, this one is for you!
Reveal Books sent me this complimentary copy to review for them. The opinions expressed are my own.