Friday, August 5, 2011

"indelible" by kristen heitzmann

Sculptor Natalie Reeve meets Trevor MacDaniel when he rescues her nephew Cody from a mountain lion. Because of her eidetic memory, which causes her to "capture" intense or disturbing images until she can work them out through her art, she usually keeps people at arm's length. Trevor, however, is different. At first Natalie sees him simply as a hero; then she sees him for who he is, as he pushes through her self-preserving walls and gets inside her heart. Someone else is impressed by Trevor's heroics, however: someone who sees Trevor as both angel and nemesis. When this person arrives in Redford, Natalie and Trevor must work together to uncover his identity and protect those they love.

Indelible is a sequel to Indivisible (which I reviewed here), but both books function well as stand-alone novels. Readers who enjoyed Indivisible will enjoy the return to Redford, Colorado, and its inhabitants, but those who have not read Indivisible will be able to fully appreciate Indelible without any background knowledge. When I reviewed Indivisible, I said it was a character-driven mystery. The same can be said of Indelible, though I think author Kristen Heitzmann actually kicks it up a notch here in regard to character development. When I finished the book, I felt like I was leaving friends behind, and I hope that Heitzmann continues writing about the residents of Redford. Indelible is one of those novels that will completely suck you in--to the point where you're reading until 1 a.m. without realizing it!

Indelible is fast-paced, exciting, and extremely enjoyable. I highly recommend it!

Visit Heitzmann's website to learn more about her and her books. You can read an excerpt of Indelible here.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from WaterBrook Multnomah. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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