The Voice by Jennifer Anne Davis Book Review

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During her abduction and assault, Audrey begins to hear a voice. She hopes she's not going crazy, because after what she's experienced, that's the most logical explanation. However, as she begins to listen to the voice, Audrey realizes that someone may be telepathically trying to help her.

Unfortunately, rescue isn't all she needs. In order to leave behind the constant reminders, she flees to her Aunt Kate's house in San Diego, and assumes a new identity. It works until the eighteen-year-old twin boys who live next door threaten to break through the protective walls she's worked so hard to build.

Between Caleb going out of his way to befriend her and Justin avoiding her at all costs, Audrey doesn't know if normalcy will ever find her again. But one thing is certain: When a familiar danger resurfaces, it's the same voice that she turns to -- a voice that is not only real, but a lot closer than she realizes.

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My thoughts: This is the first novel for Jennifer Anne Davis but it doesn't feel like that to me as I read this book in a couple sittings. Jennifer's writing style flows really well together and touches some deep dark topics such as sexual abuse. This book is about courage, strength along with powers of the supernatural. 

The book starts off near the end of Audrey's abduction, where she is found by some hunters in the area because of a voice in her head telling her to scream. This voice found her while she was held captive in a cottage in the forest and helped her through the darkest times until she was found. 

This was a great YA book keeping the reader wondering what to expect next. The reader follows Audrey through her healing after being sexually assault by a close family member who kept her tied up the whole time. We also see Audrey fall in love and finally put a face to the voice that was in her head through it all. I fell in love with the main characters minus Audrey's unlce of course. The twin brothers are both very different but both likeable characters there to help Audrey heal and stay safe. Audrey's aunt is also going through some hard times of her own and having Audrey there has helped both the girls over come their troubles. 

I found this novel very captivating and easy to read. I give it 5 out of 5 stars and will be reading it again in the future. I look forward to more work of Jennifer Anne Davis.  

~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Genuine Jenn. I received the above book for review purpose. All opinions are honest and my own.*~


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