Twisted Innocence by Terri Blackstock, Zondervan

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Holly is a cab driver who is

convinced by her sister Juliet to work for Juliet’s husband Michael after being robbed by junkies. Nevertheless, there is another problem Holly must deal with when the police show up on her doorstep asking questions regarding Creed Kershaw, father to Holly’s daughter Lily, about a murder in which he is named a suspect.

Holly decides to search for Creed just in case he is contemplating seeking custody of Lily. She refuses to let anything that happen since their one-night stand tryst knowing that no one is aware he is the father. Holly also tries to find the connection between the man who has murdered members of her family named Leonard Miller, and Creed. With God by her side, Holly makes decisions that will affect the life of her daughter Lily, Creed, and herself.

Twisted Innocence is a very enjoyable read that will have you turning pages with just enough suspense to keep it mysterious. ‘Hold to God’s Unchanging Hand’ might have been an alternative title for this novel as He comes into the picture showing the good that comes from holding onto His hand through any situation.The hardcover copy includes ten discussion questions which can be answered when reading solo or in a book club setting. I recommend to all book lovers who enjoy mysteries with a little suspense intertwined with crime drama for you will not be disappointed.

I received this book free from Zondervan through the Litfuse Publicity Group reviewer program in exchange for an honest review in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission Guidelines.
Twisted Innocence (Moonlighters Series)


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