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.
Indivisible Line by Lorenz Font is a gripping story that narrates the hard lives of Sarah Jones and Gregory Andrews, Jr.
Sarah Jones—daughter of Ahila, Tribal Chief of the Alaskan Gwich’in Tribe—didn’t have an easy life due to numerous restrictions for herself and what her small village had to offer. Gregory Andrews, Jr. (Greg, as everyone called him) is a millionaire who likes to hunt in Alaska. Everything will take a turn for the worse when one of them gets hurt.
This story is not angst-free, but I don’t think it would work without seeing the pain this pair goes through. The plot is filled with cliffhangers and drama so intense that it grabs you and hangs on tight from the beginning to the very end.
Indivisible Line is amazingly well written in third person, giving you a glimpse into the minds of both Sarah and Greg. I highly recommend this story to angst-lovers and to whomever wants to read a beautiful and intriguing love story. In all honesty, I hope to be reading a sequel to this.
Rating: 5 out of 5 honey pots