Just when she can't take it anymore, Leta finally catches a break. But when things seem too good to be true they often are.
Finding her dream job went right out the window when Leta Breckenridge had to quit school to help care for her mother suffering from dementia. When a delinquent account may force her mother into a less desirable facility, Leta is thrilled to land a high-paying job at an Austin public relations firm. but her seemingly idea job turns into a nightmare when she learns the firm is a front for a political opposition organization-and that the research she's been collecting will be used against Nathan Emerson, the handsome senator she's swiftly falling in love with.
Nathan is a rising political star being pressured to run a bid to unseat the current governor of Texas. He's already in a relationship with a woman much better suited to be a politician's wife, but he's never met anyone like Leta. Could this feisty woman hold the key to his heart and his future?
I was a little hesitant to read What Matters Most. It's not my normal genre. I'm not big on modern day dramas, but I am glad I took the chance on this one. There is so much going on in the world right now, in our own lives. We stay busy with this and that and sometimes we fail to take time for the things that matter most. This book was a timely reminder for me to stop and take time for the people in my life that I love the most.
This book is the fourth book in the Texas Gold Collection and I have not read the other three that came before it. It is a great stand alone book and I think it will touch the heart of anyone that reads it.
***Thanks to Revell Reads for providing me a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.