Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Twisted Innocence by Terri Blackstock

This is the 3rd book in the Moonlighters series. Holly Cramer is trying to get her life together. It is time to grow up and take responsibility for her actions. Being a single mom is hard, but Holly has no desire for the father of her baby to be involved in the picture.

Creed has no idea he is a father until someone tells him about Holly having a baby. Framed for murder Creed is on the run. Hiding from the police and from the drug dealers that are out to kill him, Creed only wants one look at his baby.

In the meantime Cathy is still petitioning the governor to pardon Michael. Cathy and her sisters are working to keep Michael's private detective business open. Cathy is also busy planning their wedding for when Michael is let out of jail. When they finally catch up with Creed he has information that could lead them to find the man that killed Michael's brother Joe.

Leonard Miller has no intention of being caught. With fingers reaching even into the police department lives are in danger and he is determined that Creed never speak to the police.

I always enjoy a Terri Blackstock novel. Romance and suspense abound! Throughout the Moonlighters series Cathy, Juliet and Holly have grown as characters. Each one has struggled with their faith after their pastor father had an affair. Holly was a young child when he left the family and spent the years acting out. Now that she has a daughter of her own it is good to see her claiming responsibility and learning that she has a Savior who forgives and is waiting with open arms for her. Creed, coming from a Christian home, has also gone his own way. It is good to see Holly explaining to Creed about the forgiveness that she has experienced. Twisted Innocence does not hold back on the gritty suspense that Terri Blackstock is known for. Page after page of suspense kept my heartbeat racing and fingers turning to the pulse-pounding conclusion. Terri Blackstock does not disappoint!

*I received my copy of Twisted Innocence from the publisher Zondervan through NetGalley for the purpose of review. All opinions are my own. 

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