This review is for the book "Twisted Innocence" by Terri Blackstock. I have read several of Blackstock's books and I really enjoy her writing. This particular book is book three in her Moonlighter's series. I do believe this book can stand alone well, because I have not read the other books in the series, but I think if you have read the other books it will really help the reader with the backgrounds of the characters. Blackstock does make it easy to get to know the characters and backstory without reading the other books, though.
In this book, Holly is a reformed party girl who is trying to make a better life for her new daughter. Soon she gets mixed up with her daughter's father in a situation where she can't tell if he's trying to drag her into something bad or just trying to find refuge. She has to sift through a whole lot of information and danger to find out the truth. And through it all, the relationship between her and Creed (her daughter's father) becomes stronger.
I enjoyed this book, like I have her other books. So if you are a fan of Blackstock's, or suspense in general, I think you will like this book and series.
Thank you to Litfuse Publicity for a copy of the book in exchange for my honest review.