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Stolen Child


By Kimberly Rae

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

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Pages: 275
Format Softbound
Publisher Kimberly Rae

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In Book #2, Stolen Child, Asha returns to Asia with only one priority higher than reuniting with Mark and beginning a ministry rescuing trafficked women: first she must find her birth family and discover why they gave her up. 


By on  10 Dec. 2020 (Stolen Child) :

Never Read a Book Like This One!

I have never read a book like this one!

Adopted children seem to have a strong desire to discover their roots, and this leads a college student into Bangladesh, where she seeks her birth parents in order to find out why they gave her up for adoption. The answer is a true surprise, and it's only the tip of the iceberg in this informative and super enjoyable Christian fiction suspense/romance page-turner, chock full of facts and unusual circumstances. It is also about the dangers of human trafficking and some missionaries who try to help the victims escape.
When I offered to share this interesting book with a couple friends, they replied no, they just couldn't read a book on this subject and promptly buried their heads in the sand. Hopefully some braver believers will allow this author to gently and sensitively introduce them to the subject, because although it is common abroad, it is also encroaching upon US soil. In May, President Trump dedicated 35 million dollars to helping victims of human trafficking with grants for rent and other essentials in order to successfully escape from this horrific bondage. This may be hard to hear, but dangers lurk in American shopping malls and other places where teens might hang out. Children have actually been sold and exploited, perhaps even beneath our noses, because we are ignorant and unaware. This series of books will help us to face what we need to know in a tender and fictional way.


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