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Indelible by Kristen Heitzmann
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Aug 15, 2011

really liked it
Read from August 13 to 14, 2011

Is Natalie Reeves cursed or blessed? She has an eiditic memory, which for Natalie means that faces are difficult for her brain to process. Every face she sees is frozen in time until her hands can make sense of it by sculpting it. Not only does her memory capture features, it also sees deep into the soul - recognizing emotions that should be left hidden.

Trevor MacDaniel was an Olympic Skier until his accident. His fame has followed him everywhere. Due to a deep tragedy in his past, he has a deep need to be a rescuer. To be the knight in shining armor and save the helpless. When he rescues a toddler from the jaws of a mountain lion, Natalie Reeve captures the rescue with her eiditic memory. While he becomes a small town hero, there are some who are not pleased by his efforts.

When strange mailings begin to show up in his box, he is forced to reckon with his past before it eats away everything he holds dear.

The small community of Redford is threatened once again and the Police Chief Jonah Westfall (Indivisible) will stop at nothing to make sure that it is kept safe.

My Rating: 4 Stars

My Thoughts:

I loved this book. Kristen Heitzmann is a deep writer. I'm not sure if I can explain her writing style, but I'm going to try. Her stories are artistic, capturing a deeper part of human emotion that is usually left alone by most authors. Her words string together a story that draws you in closer and closer until it is a part of you. She gives no explanation for anything, leaving everything up to your interpretation. I guess that I would have to say that her writing is an art form. You feel the words, rather than read them. A true gift.

I gathered from the story that this book is a continuation of Indivisible. I did not read the first book before reading this one and found that it was not necessary. Indelible will stand alone.

Did I like it enough to read again? Absolutely.

Would I recommend it? Absolutely.

Many thanks to Waterbrook Press for sending me a copy of this book as part of their Blogging for Books program.

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