Indivisible Line by Lorenz Font
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publication Date: July 14, 2013
My Rating: 4 out of 5 Stars
I LOVE LORENZ FONT! When my book club picked this book I was super uber excited to start reading this one! Her writing captivates me and leaves me yearning for more. She drawls you into the story and takes you on a roller coaster ride of epic proportions.
So here goes…
Every have one of those days? Well Greg Andrews was definitely having one the day his best friend shot him on a hunting trip in remote Alaska. Sarah Jones was not prepared for a gunshot victim to be brought into her tribe’s small clinic. She is only a pre-med student and the doctor on call is not answering his phone! So she does what she is trained to do. She saves him, even sharing her own blood in the process. When the tribe leader, aka her father finds out he is furious and exiles her from the tribe. Cutting off all ties and funding in the process. Overdramatic much?
Forced to make it on her own Sarah returns to California to finish medical school. Working part-time isn’t cutting it. She knows that she is going to have to find a way fast to pay for the rest of her tuition. That’s when fate steps in….ok fate kidnapped her and threw her on a plane but who’s judging?
Greg aka the handsome, sexy and rich kidnapper gives Sarah a offer she cannot refuse….move in with him, transfer to Columbia to finish her studies and assist Greg with his injuries. Ok so Greg may have faked some of his injuries so that Sarah would stay. Truth is since he saw her in that small Alaskan clinic he could not get her out of his mind.
They are complete opposites, but the heart wants what the heart wants. And slowly Sarah finds herself falling for this mysterious man. But between their fathers, the age difference, Greg’s soon to be ex and the man that shot him life seems to be making it impossible to be together. Will love prevail? (The ending is amazing!)
Favorite Scene: When Greg was shot (the first time lol)
Smiling, Greg lowered his mouth and brushed his lips against hers. The indivisible line between them was now a mere imaginary divide they’d already conquered.