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[PDF] ↠ Twisted Innocence (Moonlighters, #3)  Author Terri Blackstock – Pv1.info When Holly S Secrets Backfire, Is The Mess Too Big To Unravel Holly Cramer Has Worked Hard To Keep The Identity Of Her Daughter S Father A Secret, Shamed And Embarrassed By The One Night Stand But When The Police Knock On Her Door Searching For Creed Kershaw, She Realizes His Identity Isn T As Hidden As She Thought The Fact That Creed Is A Person Of Interest In A Recent Drug Related Murder Only Increases Her Humiliation.When Holly S And Creed S Paths Cross, Holly Is Unsure Whether To Be Terrified Of Him Or Trust Him His Tenderness With Their Daughter Makes Her Want To Believe His Story That He Had Nothing To Do With The Murder Then She Discovers That Creed Has A Connection To Leonard Miller Who Killed Both Her Sister S Fiance And Her Brother In Law, And Kidnapped Her Nephews And Things Only Become Complicated.Will Creed Lead Them To The Man Who Has Plagued Her Family, Or Become Another Of His Victims

10 thoughts on “Twisted Innocence (Moonlighters, #3)

  1. Judy Collins Judy Collins says:

    A special thank you to Zondervan and NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review Talented Christian and crime writer, Terri Blackstockreturns with the thrilling complex suspense Moonlighter trilogy, with an action filled, fast paced thriller, TWISTE

  2. Brittany Brittany says:

    I really enjoyed Twisted Innocence It is the third book in a series, however, I had not read the first two books and I followed the storyline just fine The author did a good job of catching me up to what had been going on in the previous books I do think that my reading

  3. Iola Iola says:

    Twisted Innocence is the final book in a trilogy, and the three books do need to be read in order, and I believe in quick succession, because Twisted Innocence builds on and concludes the overall series story arc While I have read the previous two books, it was several months ago

  4. sue sue says:

    This book was ace pure ace I started it last night and finished it this morning I finished it whilst eating my breakfast, I just had to see what happened at the end.I ve not read the books in this series previous to this, did it matter nope, not one bit I will go back over them though and

  5. Tressa (Wishful Endings) Tressa (Wishful Endings) says:

    3.5 StarsI had heard good things about this author and so jumped at the chance to review her newest, Twisted Innocence I liked that even though this is the third book in the series and it would definitely be beneficial to read the first two books, I still followed the story just fine not having read

  6. Sarita Sarita says:

    Another great book by Terri Blackstock This book again confirmed why she is one of my favourite Christian suspense writers The book was so fast paced I flew through it This is book 3 of the Moonlighters series and what a great conclusion In this book we get to know the youngest sister, Holly, as she struggles

  7. Michelle Michelle says:

    I hate to say it but this book was my least favorite in this series The other two seemedsuspenseful and intriguing This book does include the same characters from the previous stories, so I recommend reading them in order Holly s character frustrated me at times but I liked Terri s portrayal of her life and situation r

  8. Dawn Dawn says:

    Very fast paced and easy read I liked getting to know Holly better in this book.

  9. Barb Barb says:

    Holly Cramer s past choices have finally caught up to her, but she never expected them to endanger her baby.Though Holly s stumbled through most of her adult life as a party girl, she longs to live astable life for her daughter Then police show up to question her about the whereabouts of Creed Kershaw, Li...

  10. Dawn Dawn says:

    The story was enjoyable but not as well written as the first two books in the Moonlighters series Some parts seemed choppy and there were a few parts that repeated the same information earlier in the book The writing seemed rushed although it could have been me reading faster to see what happened the end If you read the first two books in the serie

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