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In Ahmad's game of vengeance, can anyone win?Ahmad has the perfect plan, one that will punish everyone who had a part in exposing him. The ultimate revenge would be to see Asha become a trafficked woman herself.If he succeeds, will Mark sacrifice everything, even his integrity, to get her back? And what will happen to their future together if he finds her broken and abusedIn Ahmad's game of vengeance, can anyone win?Ahmad has the perfect plan, one that will punish everyone who had a part in exposing him. The ultimate revenge would be to see Asha become a trafficked woman herself.If he succeeds, will Mark sacrifice everything, even his integrity, to get her back? And what will happen to their future together if he finds her broken and abused?Experience the exciting conclusion of the Stolen Series, as Mark and Asha battle human trafficking and their own worst fears....

Title : Stolen Future: Is Your Love Strong Enough?
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ISBN : 9781477643112
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 260 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Stolen Future: Is Your Love Strong Enough? Reviews

  • marie lyle
    2019-01-19 19:50

    A story of hope about one of the most horrible of crimesThe story of human trafficking told in the Stollen series is dealt with in an intriguing way. Kimberly Rae has given her readers much to think about. She told the story in a way that was enjoyable and filled with hope.

  • Leah Good
    2018-12-24 15:49

    Due to the mature subject matter of this book (human and sex trafficking), I DO NOT recommend this book for readers under 16.Love is in the air. After the initial spark of interest formed during Asha's first short term trip to India and the testing crucible of danger in Bangladesh, Mark and Asha are convinced God has bought them together. Wedding plans are afoot. But in Bangladesh, bad feelings have not settled. The man who kidnapped Asha as a child is bent on revenge--revenge on Asha and on those she loves.Sick days are never fun, but the ability to dive straight from Stolen Child into this book made one a little better today. While Mark and Asha are comfortable with more intimacy than I would be before marriage, I found their vision for ministry as a team inspiring. I also enjoyed the way Neena's story unfolded in this book. She (Neena) is definitely one of my favorite characters from the series.

  • Amanda
    2018-12-26 12:54

    The 3rd and final book in the Stolen trilogy, this one requires Asha to face firsthand what it is like to be stolen from her family to be trafficked. I was a bit nervous to read this book, uncertain what the author would have Asha experience. As usual, the author did a fabulous job sharing what goes on in the lives of people who live in that life without being too graphic. Without wanting to spoil the book, I will say it was worth reading and has a satisfying conclusion for everyone. These books have definitely opened my eyes to what many people around the world experience, and in addition to making me even more thankful for what I have, it makes me want to do something to help, even if it is as simple as purchasing items that rescued women make, to support them in their new lives. Rae does a beautiful job with terribly difficult topics.

  • Fran
    2019-01-03 14:28

    I woke up this morning at 4.50, and with only 10% left in the book, I thought, why wait for the train to read the rest, I'll read it now. So I finished my first Christian fiction series. This book was just as wonderful as the other two, it had suspense, romance and Scripture woven in at applicable times.

  • Donita Corman
    2019-01-18 13:32

    This is an excellent series on human trafficking. The final book of the series was heart wrenching as more evils of trafficking were brought out but heart warming to see how God worked in their lives. Hate to see this series end.

  • Donna Miller
    2019-01-17 12:46

    The finale to Kimberly Rae's "Stolen Series." I enjoyed it...realistic, well-developed characters and plot. Educates about human trafficking while entertaining. Looking forward to seeing what Kimberly writes next!

  • ✿ ♥Heather ♥ ✿
    2019-01-04 11:30

    Lots of suspense, some lovely, not soppy romance and great wrapping up of a wonderful trilogy.

  • Charity Cole
    2019-01-21 11:56

    This is a lovely love story that also opens the readers eyes and heart to the very, very real issue of trafficking.

  • Joy
    2018-12-24 16:33

    Good book for young adult.

  • Elizabeth T
    2019-01-20 11:43

    Enjoyed this trilogy of books by a fellow PCC alumnus...learned much about human trafficking in India!

  • Joy
    2019-01-17 14:29

    Good book for young adults.