Title- Indivisible Line
Author- Lorenz Font
Publisher- Renaissance Romance Publishing
Release Date- March 12, 2015
Pre-med student Sarah Jones is back in Beaver, Alaska, for summer vacation. A loyal member of the Gwich’in tribe, she accepts the rules set by her father, the leader of their small town. Raised in a strict household, she learned early on to do what is expected of her and has agreed to an arranged marriage. Despite her reluctance to marry without love, Sarah is unwilling to defy her father’s wishes. She hopes to help usher in an era of independence and stability for the town, but for now, her focus is finishing med school so she can become Beaver’s resident doctor. Business owner Greg Andrews wants to escape his philandering wife and his life in general. Leaving New York City to join a hunting expedition in Alaska, Greg’s plans are turned upside down when he is shot on Gwich’in land and ends up on Sarah’s operating table. In the absence of a qualified doctor, Sarah must operate to save his life. She refuses to wait for the consent of their tribal leader, and her father banishes her from the tribal land in punishment. Grateful for his life, Greg concocts a scheme to help. Plagued by the side effects of her unconventional operation, he convinces Sarah to become his live-in nurse. Without the means to support herself, Sarah agrees to the questionable arrangement, but she soon finds herself in even more trouble. Her new problem is that she is falling in love with this infuriating man, and the choices she now must make are much more difficult than the simple act of saving a man’s life. Together, Sarah and Greg must both decide whether they can overcome the vast differences between them, or if the indivisible line that separates their worlds will ultimately pull them apart.
“She was stuck living with their stifling traditions out of a deep sense of loyalty and obligations. So, she’d curbed her dreams of leaving town and had resigned herself to spending her life serving her people”
Sarah is home in Beaver for summer vacation, where life is a bit different from the one she is living in LA at medical school. In Beaver, they still live by old traditions including; arranged marriages, working throughout the town where tourist sometimes come to hunt, and they trade to produce income at times.
While Sarah is home her job is to help run the medical clinic, which is never eventful. That is until Sarah is brought a gunshot victim, Greg. She now must decide whether to do what is right or do what the tribe expects her to do, since Greg is a “white man”.
Once Sarah and Greg part ways they both cannot get each other off their minds and it’s not until they meet again does their story really begin.
Sarah was such a strong character; she stood up for herself many times for herself against many people. Her love story with Greg was great as well; I really was rooting for them the whole time. Of course this would be a story without people challenging their relationship and very much hated characters. There were plenty of characters that I did not like at all and some that I loved!
Lorenz Font always does a great job developing a story line and characters that just pulls at your heart strings!