Indelible by Kristen Heitzmann

Trevor McDaniel is not your typical thrill chaser.  Born of personal tragedy, his reckless nature urges him ever onward to be more, to do more, and no matter the cost, failure is not an option.  Behind this possessive need, however, dwells a kind man hiding from his past and striving to make more of his future.

Natalie Reeve, new to the town of Redford, uses her gift (or curse) of eidetic memory to sculpt breathtaking images that portray far more than the naked eye could ever see.  Her vision allows her to see deep inside of people, witnessing their pain, loneliness and fear, but that same vision often provokes the same feelings within herself because of others' unwillingness to accept her as "normal".  Little does she know that her gift may soon be the only thing to solve the case of a grim admirer who is willing to put his own life on the line to make a statement.

Indelible begins with a heart-racing chase to save a three-year-old boy from the jaws of a mountain lion.  This event ties together the two main characters.  From the very first paragraph, the reader finds himself relating to the characters and drawn into the story as it unfolds.  It is the perfect blend of adventure, romance and suspense.   The story is well-paced with its endless ups and downs of excitement and intrigue.  Even though it is a long book (over 300 pages), it is an enjoyable read and a book you won't want to put down.