An inseparable bond.
An insatiable force.
Battling his own personal demons, Police Chief Jonah Westfall knows the dark side of life and has committed himself to eradicating it. When a pair of raccoons are found mutilated in Redford, Colorado, Jonah investigates the gruesome act, knowing the strange event could escalate and destroy the tranquility of his small mountain town. With a rising drug threat and never-ending conflict with Tia Manning, a formidable childhood friend with whom he has more than a passing history, Jonah fights for answers—and his fragile sobriety.
From best-selling author Kristen Heitzmann comes a spellbinding tale of severed connections and the consequences of life lived alone.
Indivisible was not at all what I expected, which is neither a good or bad thing. The story is full of characters with skeletons in their closets, so to speak, and all seem to be battling their own personal demons. The characters are likeable, but I wouldn’t necessarily say they are relatable (at least not to me). While very real and fragile, the inner issues many of them deal with are so…unnerving that I had a hard time relating to them, although I did certainly enjoy each of them.
The book is well written. The characters’ individual stories are sewn together smoothly, and I found myself fully immersed in the lives of the people living in Redford. The book definitely kept my interest. I appreciated the fact that the language is clean and that although there is a romantic side to the story, there are no sexual “scenes” written into the book.
All in all, a good read. I’m giving this book 3 stars: I liked it.
*I received no monetary compensation for my review. I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review. The opinions are mine, and mine alone.