With Every Breath
By Elizabeth Camden
Bethany House, 2014. 360 pages. Romance.
When Kate Livingston takes a job as a statistician for the prominent medical researcher T.M. Kimball, she doesn't realize she'll actually be working for Trevor McDonough, the man who lost her the chance to go to college twelve years previously. But she soon becomes as passionate about Trevor's quest to find a cure for tuberculosis as he is. But there are forces at the work in the city who are eager to shut Trevor's clinic down just when it is doing the most good - and they'll stop at nothing to get their way.
I enjoy Elizabeth Camden's books because they always hit on an interesting period topic, as well as having an enjoyable clean romance. The characters are interesting and multi-faceted and she creates an intriguing look into the real problems of the time period. While this may not have been my favorite of her books, it was still very enjoyable.