My thoughts: One thing I love about Camden's books is her strong female characters. Kate Livingston was no exception. Trevor was an interesting and complex character too, and I enjoyed seeing how their story played out. Another thing that I really appreciate about Camden is her ability to weave some very interesting (and sometimes little-known) history into her books. This novel gave me not only a picture of Washington, DC, in the late 1800s, but also a lot of information about tuberculosis itself, and the research that went into searching for a cure. Camden does a fantastic job with researching her novels (unlike quite a few historical fiction authors I've read), and through her books I've learned about things like the opium trade, watch making, the Great Chicago Fire, etc. I am always interested to see what she'll come up with in her next book! With Every Breath was a great read, and I was very satisfied with the ending.
One minor quibble: I have to say that every Elizabeth Camden novel has a beautiful cover. (My absolute favorite is Against the Tide, but I like them all.) But I felt like the artist "missed" on the cover's depiction of Kate. The woman on the cover is lovely, but not at all as I pictured Kate in the book. Like I said, just a little minor thing, and the cover is still nice. :)
Thanks to Bethany House for providing me with a complimentary copy of this book! I was not required to write a positive review, and all opinions expressed are my own.