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Asha returns to Asia with only 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. 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 isAsha returns to Asia with only 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. 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!...

Title : Stolen Child: Do You Know Who You Are?
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ISBN : 9781466325302
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 276 Pages
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Stolen Child: Do You Know Who You Are? Reviews

  • Leah Good
    2018-11-14 16:36

    I'm not sure if this book was actually better than the previous one, or if I just liked it more because I already knew and cared about the characters, but I did like it better. Yay for series that improve after book one!Although this story does not have as strong of an emphasis on sex trafficking, the subject material remains on the mature side, and I DO NOT recommend this book for readers under 16.After a year in the states, Asha is returning to Asia to see the man she's grown to love and search for the biological family she has never known. Nothing goes according to plan. She leaves India with an aching heart and arrives in Bangladesh to find the circumstances surrounding her adoption were nothing like she had imagined. To make matters worse, Bangladeshi customs make it nearly impossible for her to learn anything from her family. Just as she is finally beginning to learn the ways of the village she was born in, disaster strikes. Asha's presence has made a dangerous man feel threatened, and she's a long way from the people who love her most.As with Stolen Woman, there is a very obvious romance subplot in this book which is restrained to a few kisses.

  • Kay Defreese
    2018-11-03 15:47

    This was an outstanding book! I felt it was very much similar to the Bible story of Joseph being sold into slavery in Egypt. What man meant for evil God meant for good. Asha learns more about the circumstances of her birth. For a while she is bitter about the whole thing but eventually comes to realize that had all this not happened to her she would have never had the opportunity to know the Savior and in turn introduce the Savior to her birth family. I loved the sweet reunion with Mark. He was so supportive of her even when she acted like a spoiled brat at times. I'm looking forward to reading the last book in the Stolen series which is Stolen Future. I hope the character grows up and is less impulsive.

  • Amanda
    2018-10-25 18:45

    The 2nd of the Stolen trilogy, this book follows Asha as she returns to India one year after her first trip. This time, she also goes to Bangladesh to find her birth family; she was adopted as an infant. Asha discovered she was stolen from her family as a newborn, a victim of child trafficking. Although Asha has matured a bit, she is still impulsive and does things without thinking. But again, she grows and learns from her mistakes and her experiences in Bangladesh and India. I look forward to reading the 3rd book.

  • ✿ ♥Heather ♥ ✿
    2018-10-22 12:44

    What a wonderful story. I wanted to keep reading and was always disappointed to put it down. Now that I've read both books and they both equally easily 5 stars, I'm looking forward to the 3rd and final in the trilogy. I have learnt so much about other cultures , about forgiveness and mercy, about doing the right thing.We are so very lucky to live in Australia

  • Linda
    2018-10-25 13:52

    Actually, this story turned out differently than what I thought it was going to be. I had a hard time putting it down and just had to keep reading to find out how it ended! I know this stuff goes on every day around the world, but it's hard to comprehend. Looking forward to reading the next book in the series.

  • Fran
    2018-11-11 16:51

    What a wonderful story. I wanted to keep reading and was always disappointed to put it down. Now that I've read both books and they both equally easily 5 stars, I'm looking forward to the 3rd and final in the trilogy. I have learnt so much about other cultures , about forgiveness and mercy, about doing the right thing.We are so very lucky to live in Australia

  • Karen
    2018-11-06 16:51

    Another great bookThis is another wonderful read by Kimberly Rae! I do not really like the subject of human trafficking. I do love the stories of those who help those caught in this get rescued.

  • H.L. Wegley
    2018-10-23 15:35

    I enjoyed this story as much, or more, than Stolen Woman. Through Asha's eyes you will see another culture very foreign to the west, where truth is often confused, but people's spiritual and emotional needs are the same as yours and mine.

  • Donita Corman
    2018-11-07 17:33

    This book was even better than book one. It kept me on my toes.Ashas story was very emotionally charged and had moments of joy and sorrow. Her and Marks relationship took a big turn as well. looking forward to book three.

  • Nancy
    2018-11-11 10:29

    This was an excellent book, and I look forward to reading more of this author's work.