5 out of 5 stars
When Trevor McDaniel, a high-country outfitter and search & rescue volunteer, saves Natalie Reeve's nephew from a mountain lion, he becomes an instant hero. Natalie is a talented sculptor with a unique gift that some might view as a disability. Her gift intrigues Trevor, and he finds himself drawn to her. When Trevor becomes the target of a disturbed individual, painful memories and open wounds begin to resurface. As the predator threatens the community of Redford, he must summon his courage, and with the help of Police Chief Jonah Westfall, uncover who is behind the attacks.
I loved Indelible! I normally don't read suspense, but this story hooked me from the first page. In fact, I had to do two read-throughs because the first time I found myself so desperate to learn what would happen that I skipped pivotal details.
Indelible appears to be a sequel from previous novel, Indivisible. Kristin Heitzmann does an excellent job of creating such three-dimensional characters that I didn't feel left out of the loop for not having read the first installment of this series.
I love how she touched on some common problems women experience in relationships with men. I think she even opened my eyes a bit!
I highly recommend this novel. I look forward to reading more from Kristin Heitzmann in the future, since she just staked a spot on my list of favorite authors.
I received this book free from Multnomah Waterbrook publishers in exchange for an honest review.
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