I have been given the opportunity to do some reviews on some books from a few different publishers. Some of them do not quite fit into the focus I have for Living Infuzion, but obviously have some good information. Here are some of my perspectives on some pretty good books! Enjoy!

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

All Things Hidden - Tracie Peterson & Kimberley Woodhouse

"Gwyn Hillerman loves being a nurse at her father's clinic on the beautiful Alaskan frontier. But family life has been rough ever since her mother left them, disdaining the uncivilized country and taking Gwyn's younger sister with her.  In Chicago, Dr. Jeremiah Vaughan finds his life suddenly turned upside down when his medical license is stripped away after an affluent patient dies. In a snowball effect, his fiance breaks their engagement. In an attempt to bury the past, Jeremiah accepts Dr. Hillerman's invitation to join his growing practice in the isolated Alaska Territory.  Gwyn and Jeremiah soon recognize a growing attraction to each other. But when rumors of Jeremiah's past begin to surface, they'll need more than love to face the threat of an uncertain future." (Publisher's description)

I thoroughly enjoyed this book from it's opening words right to the end.  It had many twists and turns that I didn't even expect.  I loved reading about the colonization of Alaska.  The beautiful scenery was so well written that I could picture it all in my head.  Gywn is such a strong young woman ahead of her time.  Her love for Alaska and it's people and her dedication to nursing flow out from the pages.  Jeremiah's struggles with being abandoned and hiding a secret that threatens his the very thing he loves, practicing medicine.  There were points in the book that I was greatly surprised by, and moments where I needed my box of Kleenex! I cannot wait to see what these two great authors have for us next!!!

"Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc. Available at your favorite bookseller from Bethany House, a division of Baker Publishing Group".

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