Path of Innocence

Author: Megan Johns

Publisher: Devine Destinies

Release Date: November 15, 2009

Blue Ribbon Rating: 3.5

Format: EBOOK

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Fiona is a young woman coming into adulthood who has lived a happy life with a loving family in their modest dwelling in the suburbs of London. She holds very high standards for herself and expects others to as well. Her look on life sometimes leaves her with disappointment when those she considers trustworthy do not uphold the same values.  Never being one to flaunt her femininity, Fiona has come to an age where she wishes to lose her innocence. Yet she will not give up her virginity just for the sake of having sex. Her naivety when it comes to placing faith in some of the males she encounters causes her to face some difficult situations.

On the surface, Roger is a young man who has it all. A prestigious family, wealth, and an extensive mansion outside of London grace his background information. The underlying truth of Roger’s life is far from the fairytale painted for publicity. He has had to grow up with a cruel, self-centered father and the heartache his numerous affairs caused his mother. When his mother passes away, Roger closes himself off emotionally and his belief in love and trust are drained. Just as he begins to open up, the encounter leaves him with an emptier hole.



When Fiona and Roger’s paths collide, it seems like a natural meeting. The two weary individuals somehow accept each others presence and a friendship blossoms over months of planned site-seeing. Over time a solid relationship forms, as Fiona and Roger open themselves to love. However, a dark secret is exposed that could rip not only their relationship apart, but destroy them as well.



THE PATH OF INNOCENCE is a journey of rising above one’s past, coming to find self worth, and learning to trust. The two protagonists come from completely different backgrounds, in terms of family life and social status. Yet they both struggle to find themselves and deal with idealisms of society that young adults must often face. It is a story that hinges deeply on dialogue. The largely based day-to-day occurrences and ordinary settings make for the feel of following along in a compelling documentary. Megan Johns does a wonderful job fleshing out her characters as well as portraying their emotions and struggles.

By Romance Junkies Reviewer: Pamela Denise

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