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With Every Breath – Elizabeth Camden

Title: With Every Breath

Author: Elizabeth Camden

Genre: Historical Fiction

Plot: Kate Norton is a brilliant and super competitive student. But in the late 1800’s, the only way she can truly go to college is on a scholarship. But she loses the chance during a academic contest with equally brilliant and competitive Trever McDonough. Years later, Kate is working as a clerk when she earns an interview for a data analysts at a hospital. When she arrives, she learns that she’d be working for Trevor. He challenges Kate to put their old rivalry in the past and work for him. Trevor goes on to explain she’d be inputting data collected for tuberculosis patients. He wants to find a cure for them. Kate tries to befriend the patients but Trevor maintains a cold distance from everyone. But someone is trying to defame and discredit Trevor. Can the person be caught and stopped in time? Can Kate and Trevor learn to work together? Or will their differences drive them apart?

Rating: 4.0 – a sweet historical fiction

Opinion: This was a sweet and sappy historical fiction book. I love this author for this style of book. This book was no exception. I loved learning about the history of the doctors who where trying to cure tuberculosis. I was thinking that doctors cured the disease about the time they cured during the time of the book. But I learned it wasn’t until much later, after the events of the book. I enjoyed the stubbornness of Trevor and Kate and brought them together and made each other better. I had no issues with the book. I loved the book and would highly recommend this book for anyone who loves historical fiction books.


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