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Author: Kristen Heitzmann
Format: Trade Paperback
Genre: Christian, Fiction, Romance, Suspense
Source: Review copy provided by the Blogging for Books book review bloggers program for an honest review.
Published: WaterBrook Press / ISBN: 978-1-4000-7309-2 / 325 pages / $13.99
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Summary: Jonah Westfall is the Chief of Police in Redford, Colorado and some strange things have been happening in his town. Not only does he have to figure out who is sewing animals together and leaving them to die before the tourism industry finds out, but he also must live down his dark and questionable past with some of the unforgiving townspeople. Between helping others while on (and off) the job and trying to sort out his fractured life, Jonah definitely has his hands full. Will he be able to overcome his past and start with a fresh future? Will he catch the sadistic person responsible for mutilating the animals? You'll have to read Indivisible to find out!
What I Liked: I enjoyed the interaction between the characters whether they were friends or new acquaintances. I felt the same emotions that the characters felt as they were going through their lives in the book. I was a little sad to see the end arrive because I wanted to find out "what happens next" with some of the characters that endeared themselves to me. I also wanted to see if family relationships were ever mended between some of the lead characters as well.
What I Didn't Like: I figured out "who did it" pretty early on, so I was frustrated as I had to wait for the characters to find things out for themselves--although the "red herrings" were a great addition to the storyline.
Overall Impression: Once you start reading, it sucks you in and you won't want to put it down. GREAT book! If you like suspense with a hint of romance--you'll enjoy reading Indivisible.
Rating: 4 out of 5 (only because I figured it out early--everything else makes it a 5)
Let me know what you think! Happy Reading!
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