Kristen Heitzmann's latest novel, "Indelible" is a thrilling read that grips you on the very first page and does not let go until you reach the final page. It is filled with romance, suspense, hope and healing.
Natalie Reeves is a sculptor, however she is not a "normal sculptor" as she has a disability that she must cope with by releasing images through her hands into the clay. While moving into a new town with the help of her pro-athlete brother and his family, a horrific incident occurs and this results in Natalie meeting Trevor who rescues her nephew. Trevor, former Olympic skiing, owns an outfitter shop and is part of a search and rescue team as this helps him to work through things from his past. Natalie and Trevor's lives become intertwined and they find themselves dealing with someone who worships Trevor, but is also harming innocent lives around them.
I really enjoyed this book; however I did not realize that this book is part of a series until I was partway through. I felt like I was missing bits and pieces through the story as other characters and past incidents were referred to. I searched on the Internet and found that Heitzmann's novel, "Indivisible" comes ahead of this one and I am now going to read that. I do wish I had read it first, but the story is great either way. The characters are well-developed in this novel and there is a small town community feel while reading about their lives. I hope this town and these characters are a part of future novels from Heitzmann.
*I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for a honest review.*