Thursday, May 3, 2012

Indelible by Kristen Heitzmann

Trevor MacDaniel is an outfitter and part of a rescue team in Colorado. During a daring rescue, Trevor saves a young boy from a mountain lion. Through this he gets to know the boy’s aunt, Natalie Reeve, who is an extremely gifted sculptor. They begin a relationship, and Trevor starts receiving chilling photographs from an anonymous source. A he tries to track down the culprit; he begins to wonder if the people he loves are in danger.

This is a very enjoyable follow-up novel to Kristen Heitzmann’s last book, Indivisible. It drew me in right from the start and kept me wondering what was going on. Heitzmann does a great job developing new characters in this book as well as adding more to previously known characters. There are times that her prose tends to be a tad confusing as events sometimes rush together. Overall, I really liked this book and I hope that she writes more books with these characters. Recommended

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