The path to answers, however, is shrouded with secrets, superstitions, and lies. Why did her parents never tell anyone about her? Why are the village women so afraid? And what is the terrible curse everyone hints at but no one will explain?
When Asha's safety is threatened, Mark follows to Bangladesh in search of her. Will he find her in time to tell her what is truly on his heart? Or will the dangers continue to separate them until it is too late?
This book is an Amazon Bestseller!
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About the Author
STOLEN WOMAN, Kimberly Rae's breakout Christian suspense novel, is one of the first Christian fiction novels focused on human trafficking to hit the market.
"I looked and looked but could not find one book about trafficking overseas that ended with not just getting rescued from something bad, but to something good," says author Kimberly Rae. "What I wanted most was to read a story that ended with true freedom and lasting hope. And as someone once said, if you can't find the book you want to read, you must write it. So I did."
After living overseas for many years, the author uses her experiences in Asia to backdrop the stories in the 3-part Stolen Series.
She now writes from her home in Lenoir, North Carolina, where she lives with her husband and two young children.
Find out more at www.kimberlyrae.com.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I loved the first book in the series so much and couldn't wait to read the sequel. It did not disappoint! I didn't want the book to end so I tried to stretch it out as much as possible. However, that didn't work too well because I couldn't wait to see what happened. Even though the topic is on the "dark side of life", it was written in an uplifting yet realistic way that didn't drag me down. It was a very compelling book that I would highly recommend.
This sequel is even better than the first book of this 3 book series. I have to admit that I am a very picky reader. I tend to figure out books quite easily and if I am not into a book by the 2nd chapter, I normally don't finish it. The first book was very good, but I have to say that this one blew the first book out of the water. This book takes Asha back to her birth country of Bangladesh. She is thrown into the culture of her birth parents. It really takes you on a journey with lots of twists and turns. Of course Mark shows his deep love and heroism as he comes to Asha's rescue. I can't wait to read the 3rd book coming out in July 2012.