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“With a gifted pen, Kristen Heitzmann weaves a gripping tale of intense trials, and she peoples it with brave, ravaged souls who mold their limitations into blessings—and soar! Courageous. Remarkable. Insightful. Indelible is all that and more.”
—Vicki Hinze, award-winning author of Deadly Ties

“Kristen Heitzmann is a masterful storyteller. With compelling characters, lyrical prose, and spine-chilling suspense, she weaves another rich tapestry in Indelible.”
—Colleen Coble, author of Lonestar Angel and the Rock Harbor series

“What she accordingly accomplishes here could be classified as rare and remarkable.… She creates scenes that are softly sensual and tension-filled, wrapped within a character-driven and ultimately uplifting mystery.…Indivisible is a strongly written work with a quirky and believable cast of characters and a plot that, though tightly woven, gives its protagonists room to breathe and grow. In fact, the people you will meet here are so memorable that you will want more of them, a prayer that hopefully will be answered in the near future.”
—BookReporter.com

“Heitzmann does a great job of weaving the back stories and too-present realities of each character into a unified tapestry of regret, hope, and redemption.”
—FictionAddict.com



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About the Author

Kristen Heitzmann’s gift of crafting stories has ranked her as the award-winning and best-selling author of historical series and more than ten contemporary, psychological and romantic-suspense novels, including Indivisible. An artist and musician, Kristen lives in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains with her husband and a continuous stream of extended family, various pets, and wildlife.

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Kristen Heitzmann is the bestselling author of contemporary romantic suspense, psychological suspense, and historical novels, including Colorado Book Award finalist The Still of Night, Christy Award finalists Indivisible and The Tender Vine and Christy Award winner Secrets. In 2013, her novel The Breath of Dawn won both a Christy Award and Inspirational Readers Choice Award and was a finalist for a people's choice award in the Netherlands. She is a fiction track and workshop teacher at American Christian Fiction Writers Conference and keynote speaker for women's and writers' conferences.

An artist and musician, she'll also be found hiking the Colorado Rocky Mountain trails near her home where she lives with her husband, pets, wildlife, and extended family.

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Courtney on June 4, 2011
Format: Paperback
Is Trevor an Archangel or just a local hero?

That is the question I asked myself throughout Indelible. Trevor is former Olympian who now teaches skiing/hiking and surviving skills to kids along with whitewater rafting and rock climbing. On the side he is a local hero who is always helping local police find the missing or injured along the mountainside. He rescues his new neighbor Natalie's nephew from the jaws of a lion and that is how they meet each other. Natalie owns the art gallery next to Trevor's store. Natalie has a gift (or disability) for sculpting but it doesn't come without a cost.

I really enjoyed Indelible even though there were moments I was completely freaked out! Total Page-Turner!! I knew there would be some mystery involved but I never thought I'd literally get the chills reading this book. This book reminded me a lot of a favorite show of mine, Criminal Minds where you are seeing things from multiple angles. You are in the mind of the evil right from the start and at times I didn't understand what was going on but it all made sense the more you read. You also got to see things through the main characters point of view along with the detectives and police force as well. I could not read Indelible fast enough!!

I loved the unique story line the most. I had never heard about this sort of disability with Natalie before and I was fascinated with her story. I also really enjoyed being in the mind of the evil. The ending is unpredictable and I never knew what was going to happen next.

The characters were so compelling and passionate.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Novel Junkie on May 14, 2011
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He's a hero--to everyone but himself.

An Olympic gold medalist turned search and rescue volunteer, Trevor MacDaniel spends his days teaching children to rock climb and taking customers whitewater rafting. He's always looking for someone to rescue, whether it be a toddler from a mountain lion or a single woman from her family's rejection.

Natalie Reeve is an art gallery owner with a beautiful talent--or is it a disability? As Trevor and Natalie grow closer, each looks inward to face their greatest weaknesses. Meanwhile, Trevor's passion for rescuing people attracts the wrong type of attention.

Heitzmann combines beautiful prose with rich, compelling characters. From the ghosts of fish that swim through mountain streams to the height and beauty and danger of the ski slopes, the reader is completely immersed in the lives, hopes, and dreams of Trevor and Natalie. The things others admire most about Trevor and Natalie are the very things they each despise about themselves. Their story is gripping, not only because of the evil lurking in the shadows, but because that evil forces them to overcome their flaws.

I also loved the use of Paradise Lost. I remembered enjoying this epic in college, but hadn't revisited it since.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Lydia on August 21, 2011
Format: Paperback
Poetically haunting and excruciatingly beautiful, this psychological thriller will have you perched on the edge of your seat.

Kristen has created a cast of damaged characters who are living out ironic contrasts: a woman with a gift to capture a person's soul but is tormented by what she sees; a man with the will to save but risks losing everything; and another who seeks to correct evil through terror. That is just a sampling of the intriguing host of characters that leaps off the pages. This book is a treat for reader's who love to study characters and delve in to their innermost beings. Each character has found a way to survive their dysfunctional pasts by turning their quirks, failings, idiosyncrasies, and limitations into gifts that are unique to each of them.

The integration of excerpts from Paradise Lost preceding sections told from the antagonists point of view magnified the complexity of that character. Kristen's prose will give you goosebumps in one paragraph and move you to tears in the next. She manipulates readers' emotions by painting vistas of words that draw us deep into the character's heart and psyche without a map showing where it will take us and what lies ahead.

This is a must-read psychological thriller/romantic suspense! I must go back and read the prequel Indivisible, which I some how missed.

Rating: 9/10
**review copy provided by publisher**
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Christen E Krumm on July 2, 2011
Format: Paperback
Kristen Heitzmann never fails to captivate me. Indelible is no exception.
Indelible reigns you in on the first page and hooks you for the rest of the book. Trevor MacDaniel, Olympic skier turned high-country outfitter, is thrown into Natalie Reeve's life after he saves her two year old nephew from a mountain lion. Of course a romance blossoms, but not without its difficulties. When Trevor attracts an unusual predator, life is turned upside down for both Trevor, Natalie, and their small town of Redford, Colorado.

This is a book that kept me reading late into the night (I'm pretty sure my husband got used to coming home from work and finding me asleep with my nose in the book... lights still on). I loved this story. Trevor and Natalie were real characters with real problems, not just flat characters you could read and forget. Not only were Trevor and Natalie unforgettable, the whole town was just so ... perfect. The kind of town you would want to move to. I loved the suspense tinged with romance. Perfect recipe for a book. Indelible is a novel that stands on its own, however, Heitzmann's book Indivisible also follows the same characters/town. I'm excited as it means I do not have to completely give up the town folk just yet.

This book comes with high recommendations.
Note: I received this book free for review from Waterbrook Multnomah Publishing Group. A positive review was not required.
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