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Stolen Woman

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By Kimberly Rae

#1 in the Stolen Series (three novels for adults about human trafficking)

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Pages: 300
Format Softbound
Publisher Kimberly Rae

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In Stolen Woman, Book #1 of the Stolen Series, Asha is considering a call to the mission field in India. While visiting there, she meets a young prostitution victim who hopes for escape but is afraid to run from her ever-vigilant captors. Ignoring warnings from the local missionaries, Asha endangers herself, trying to help the girl. There is a strong Christian presence in this book that makes it warm and loving, and a witness for Christ steadily woven into the story.

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By on  10 Dec. 2020 (Stolen Woman) :
(5/5

Unique and Enlightening

After reading Kimberly Rae's delicately-worded books for teens, Capturing Jasmina, Buying Samir, and Seeking Mother, I was delighted to discover that this author also has a desperately needed series for adults on the nearly unspeakable subject of human trafficking, common in many countries and also happening even in the US. Stolen Woman is about a college student who is considering a call to the mission field in India. While visiting there, she meets a young prostitution victim who hopes for escape but is afraid to run from her ever-vigilant captors. Ignoring warnings from the local missionaries, she endangers herself, trying to help the girl. The story is easy to understand, yet complicated enough to ensure surprises for the reader as well as a serious view of unusual customs and actions. There is a strong Christian presence in this book that makes it warm and loving, and a witness for Christ steadily woven into the story. Also included is a huge dose of romance and some valuable information to ponder. Living in a Muslim country is very difficult for women, and this book brings to the forefront the fact of girls being led to believe they are born worthless and that there is no reason for God to ever take notice of them. Priceless quotes and vignettes of spiritual growth touched my heart. It seems that ignorance thrives when left alone. This book shines a light into that dark place.

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