In Indivisible, Police Chief Jonah Westfall is a good guy; so is Tia Manning, but they can’t seem to work together on the string of gruesome acts plaguing Redford, Colorado. People choose to be alone in order to protect themselves from varied pasts. Kristen Heitzmann’s characters all have good reasons for keeping to themselves, but discover that being alone isn’t the best way to live.Are our backgrounds a reason to distance ourselves from others, or an excuse? Are our actions protection or consequences? Heitzmann explores this emotionally sensitive topic realistically while guiding readers back into how to live communally. While I appreciated the theme and the message, the storyline itself had me gagging. For once, I was a bit disappointed in a Heitzmann book.
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