Where Rivers Part: A Texas Gold Novel by Kellie Coates Gilbert

downloadThe plot centers around Dr. Juliet Ryan who is just recently out of the university, but determined to make a name for herself in the food and beverage safety industry. She is hired to be the Quality Assurance Director of a bottled water company in the San Antonio area. Soon after she takes over there is an outbreak of e.coli in the San Antonio area,that kills 2 children from the amusement park Water Circus. The CDC traces the source back to the company where Juliet works.
Juliet then finds out her boyfriend just isn’t who she thinks he is. As Juliet continues to dig further into things the more corruption she finds, so she decides to enlist her father for help before she ends up becoming the scapegoat for everything.

This wasn’t one my favorite reads, there was a lot of technical detail and it was a little slow for me. I would rate it 3 out of 5 stars. The plot was still very good and held up throughout the book.

I received a copy of this book from the publisher so I could provide an unbiased review of it, my opinions are mine and only my own.

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cindywheeler1

Former Paramedic/Firefighter of over 18 years now stay at home mom, disabled, divorced. I love working with my pets, as well as doing volunteer work. This blog is about doing honest product reviews on any products sent to me from companies or sites to test and tryout their products. I am not paid for my opinion on these products, however I do get to keep the product I am testing and reviewing.

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