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Saturday, July 30, 2011

Book Review: Indelible by Kristen Heitzmann

Trevor McDaniel is a former Olympic skier whose injury ended his career but not his drive and determination.  Now a search and rescue volunteer (and outdoor store owner) he meets Natalie Reeve the sculptor moving in next door with an incredible gift which is both a blessing and a curse shortly after Trevor rescues her nephew from a mountain lion.  Trevor and Natalie being to grow closer as danger begins to draw near.  A twisted mind is fixated on Trevor and the story of his heroism.  The threats Trevor receives chill him and those he cares about.  Jonah Westfall, chief of police will do whatever it takes to bring this monster down.  The monster cries out in the only way he knows how, by recreating the nightmare that created him.

This book is not the type of book I would normally choose.  I picked Indelible because I had read the author's Diamond in the Rockies series and really enjoyed it.  My favorite type of books to read are Christian Romances or Historical Fiction.  This book is more of a psychological thriller.  From the first page to the last you are sucked in to this amazingly suspenseful story.  The plot is very well constructed and the author gives an amazing amount of insight into the characters.  So often in books you are just given a small glimpse of each of the main characters, but Heitzmann goes much deeper into her character development.  The whole time I was reading I was torn between not being sure I wanted to continue and being compelled to find out how the story was going to end.  If you are looking for a great uplifting suspense story, pick up a copy of Indelible or the other book in the series, Indivisible.

I received a complimentary ebook copy of Indelible from WaterBrook Multnomah for the purpose of writing a fair and honest review.  I received no other compensation.  
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