Many of you may know that I am now blogging for books. I just completed my 2nd book and am so excited to write about it. For several years now, I have been a fan of Nicholas Sparks. So much so that I didn't even know of another fiction author I would enjoy reading. In my blogging for books quest, I took a leap and requested Kristen Heitzmann's book Indivisible. This book did not disappoint! I began reading it much like I do with my others, a couple chapters before bed and then I set it aside until the next night. On about the third night or so, I began reading around page 80...and didn't put it down until page 236, leaving me another 90 pages which I was anxious to finish the following morning. This book had so many elements of suspense and romance, I found myself trying to predict what would happen next. The first few chapters set the scene with a variety of characters and glimpses of their history together. The history continued to unfold throughout the book, leading me deeper into the lives and struggles of each character. The back cover of this book accurately refers to it as "a spell-binding tale of severed connections and the consequences of life lived alone." Indivisible is well written by a Christian author and a pleasure to read and recommend to friends and family.
I received this book for free from WaterBrook Multnomah Publishing Group for this review.