Review: Voice of Innocence




We’ve all heard the saying: you never forget your first love. For some, however, perhaps the better terminology is haunted—haunted with the memories, the connections, and the life-changing relationship. So begins the tale of Emma Ranstein and Corbin Jones, two typical teenagers who travel the road of first love together, hearts sealed by a seemingly impenetrable bond. When Corbin Jones is convicted of murder and faces years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit, though, their love is put to the test. As Emma and Corbin await his release from prison decades later, both reflect on the power of a relationship neither has gotten over. Their unique story speaks to a universal heartstring within all of us: how do we move on past a first love if we aren’t meant to do so? More importantly, it reminds us that there is hope if the heart leads the way.

Rating: 5 stars


The Voice of Innocence by Lindsey Detwiler is beautifully written. I was hooked immediately. Lindsey Detwiler has a way with writing a romance that sweeps readers off their feet and sending them spiraling out of control…Two young people falling head over heels for each other…only for life to happen. They are separated and torn away from each other but their love doesn’t end there. Lindsey Detwiler will take readers on a thrill ride that they never want to get off from…and the ending will take you whole and never let you go.

This is a new must read for all. I highly recommend this sweet, romantic, yet powerful story to readers everywhere. The Voice of Innocence will blow readers away and keep them hooked. The ending will leave readers finding themselves waiting eagerly for the next book that continues this enchanting tale. Lindsey Detwiler is a new writer to watch out for…her writing is addictive, captivating, and entertaining. Overall, I loved reading this book and look forward to reading more by this writer in the future.

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