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Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Book Review- Indivisible by Kristen Heitzmann




I thought I would start this review a little differently. Did that trailer not get you goin' and wantin' to read the book!

Indivisible is filled with suspence, romance, intrigue and just a plain 'ole good story.


Before I began to write I did check out a couple of other reviews basically everyone used the info. and summary provided by the publisher. I figure if your thinking about buying this book you want a real honest opinion and when you follow my link you can read all that stuff on the publishers site so why bore you with it here.


Indivisible takes place in a small Colorado town. The town is on the brink of major economic fortune due to coming development. The main character of the book Jonah Westfall is the Police Chief. His father (who is deceased) was the prior chief. Jonah's past and his relationship with his father and his mother is an underlying story.

And so with all that going on Jonah is under a lot of pressure to close this case. Along with the case invovling drug dealing going on in the quiet little town that affect the towns prosperity.

Another character is Tia Manning a child hood friend of Jonah's. The author does an incredible job of not letting the reader know what is really up with these two. I caught myself expecting they had some relationship and that they would get together in the end. I became drawn to the two and wanted them to end up together. It is one of those books you want to jump ahead and see what happens but I didn't!


There are several other characters with thier own stories that mingle and intertwine. The first to appear is the new female veteranian. She is new to town and Jonah's only real source to begin the investigation of several animal mutilations. And as you would guess it she is totally attracted to Jonah.


There are a couple of other underlying stories that are actually quite interesting. There is what is going on with Sarge the veteran that runs his bakery shop like a military operation. And there is the amazing new girl in town that works part time at the bakery until Sarge suddenly becomes ill and he is taken to the hospital.



I really enjoyed this book. Even though the were lots of characters. Lots of stories I enjoyed them all. This is one of those books that you really want to see book 2 and 3 down the road so you can see what happens with everyone.



I would give this book 5 stars. This was just a fun good clean book to read. I would highly recommend it.



Many thanks to Ashley Boyer and Waterbrook Multnomah for allowing me to review this book.

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