Stolen Woman: What Would You Risk to Rescue a Trafficked Friend? Christian suspense/romance novel on International Human Trafficking (Stolen Series)

| September 22, 2013

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Stolen Woman: What Would You Risk to Rescue a Trafficked Friend? Christian suspense/romance novel on International Human Trafficking (Stolen Series)

Human Trafficking…Asha knew nothing about it before meeting 16-year-old Rani, stolen from her home and forced into prostitution in Kolkata, India. Asha must help this girl escape, but Mark, a 3rd generation missionary, keeps warning her away from the red-light district and its workers. Will she ever discover why? And will they ever stop their intense arguments long enough to admit their even more intense feelings for one another?
When Asha sneaks out one last time in a desperate attempt to rescue her friend, someone follows her through the night. Is freedom possible? Or will she, too, become one of the stolen?

Kimberly Rae has lived in Bangladesh, Kosovo, Uganda and Indonesia. She now writes from her home in Lenoir, North Carolina, where she lives with her husband and two young children.
Kimberly has been published over 100 times in books, magazines and periodicals.

REVIEWS

— Kimberly takes the most horrific and outrageous crime in the world and handles it with clarity and boldness. Her insight into the world of human trafficking will amaze, shock and move you to action. This is a book you can’t afford not to read.

Susie Shellenberger, Editor SUSIE Magazine, Author 40+ books

— delightfully exciting book.

Shawne Ebersole, Association of Baptists, Bangladesh

–a beautiful story of hope amidst a landscape of brokenness.

Chad Salstom, Origin Coffee and Tea, where all profits go to rescuing the trafficked

— as well written as Karen Kingsbury and others I have read! Wow! What a message. I couldn’t put it down.

Kim Olachea, Educator, Seminar speaker

— In Kimberly Rae’s novel Stolen Woman, she juxtaposes the natural beauty of Kolkata, India, with the insidious evil slithering under darkness on street corners where women are sold to the highest bidder. Rae’s message of hope and the education the novel provides should open our eyes to an issue which can no longer be ignored and needs everyone’s efforts to eradicate.

Chapter 61 ministries/Truckers Against Trafficking

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