INDIVISIBLE by Kristen Heitzmann
Published by WaterBrook Press
This book is very complex, winding through the lives of all the characters, delving into their phobias and issues. I think anyone who enjoy a good mystery, romance, or a little scare, in their books, will enjoy this book, it held my interest from page one, down to the last paragraph.
Jonah Westfall is the police chief of a small town, where his father had been police chief before him.
He's trying to overcome the memories of a very bad childhood, at the hands of that same father.
And he's also trying to get past the mess he and Tia, the sister of his former fiance, had made of
things, several years ago.
Tia runs her mother's candle shop, and lives in the family home, that the rest of the family abandoned 9 years previous, to go with her sister, Reba, to Arizona. Tia has never understood her parent's disinterest in her, and her life, treating her as something unwanted.
Piper rents Tia's extra room, and works for Sarge at the bakery. She's tired of the vagabond life her family lives, and is looking to put down roots.
Liz is a vet, and has bought the local clinic, which had been closed for awhile.
Miles, an inventor, has many issues, concerning hi size and fear of touching.
These are the main characters in the book, which has several other characters and sub plots.
This is an author that I'll be reading more of her writing, very soon.
I received a copy of this book from WaterBrook Press to read and review. No other compensation received. All opinions expressed here are my own, and I do not give positive reviews to books that I don't enjoy.