Journey to New Heights

Journey to New Heights
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Friday, November 21, 2014

One Silent Night by Rachelle McCalla

My book review today is on the Love Inspired Suspense Novella, Twin Threat Christmas. Today I'm going to share my thoughts on the first story, One Silent Night. I do love Rachelle's books and I'm really concerned about human trafficking in the United States. Most Christians are upset about the subject but they don't realize it is a serious problem right here. They just think this happens in Europe and Asia but it's an epidemic in the Midwest. I have written a couple of books on the subject myself and only wish I could do more. Rachelle does a really good job on a touchy subject. It is a must read.

Vanessa Jackson was kidnapped by a human trafficking ring eight years ago and has been held as a prisoner ever since. Forced to marry her captor she now has three children and is forced to run for her life. Her husband is murdered by his boss and Vanessa is set up to take the fall. On the run with no place to go and no money, she hides the baby and then goes to the only place she has ever known happiness, a remote cabin in the woods her grandfather owned.

Eric Tomlin has come to his cabin with his sister. He had bought the cabin from Alyssa Jackson after the death of her grandfather. The cabin had been a place where he and the twins had grown up. Eric always felt close to Vanessa when he came here. Vanessa was the only woman he had ever loved but he had failed to tell her how he felt and then one day she just disappeared. Imagine how shocked he is when he is listening to a news report about a woman killing her husband and kidnapping her children and she looks just like Vanessa and then she walks in his door.

This couple must find evidence about the human trafficking ring in order for her to be free but as they search the men come after them. They must trust each other while leaning on God. A great story of God's love and restoration. You can purchase this book at the address below.

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