Indelible by Kristen Heitzmann

Kristen Heitzmann is a great author; she is one of my favorite.  Her books combine quality writing with interesting characters and a unique plot.
In Indelible, Trevor MacDaniel saves little Cody from the mouth of a lion (literally).  Cody's aunt, Natalie Reeve, is extremely grateful.  Natalie, a gifted sculptor, and Trevor become friends.  Soon Trevor starts getting unusual mail and people are in danger.
I loved the unique characters, all with special gifts and special disabilities.  The Lord chooses and uses the "weak."  Fleur, although blind, was loving and kind, which may have saved her life.  Natalie saw "with the eyes of God," and although that sometimes paralyzed her with a type of blindness, her gift of sculpting touched and changed lives.  The storyline was fast-paced and interesting; although I had a little trouble with the sections in the antagonist's point of view.  Overall, this psychological suspense kept me turning pages, engaged and excited.

I received a free e-copy of this novel from Waterbrook/Multnomah's Blogging for Books Program in exchange for my honest review.  

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