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Summary

When a teenager goes missing from the Beacon of Hope School, Texas Ranger Wyatt Sheridan and school director Kate Winslow are forced into a dangerous struggle against a human trafficking organization. But the battle brings dire consequences as Wyatt's daughter is terrorized, and Kate is kidnapped. Now it's personal, and Wyatt finds both his faith and his investigative skills challenged as he fights to discover the mastermind behind the ring before evil destroys everyone he loves.

©2012 Margaret Daley (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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Christian fiction?- not my cup of tea.

I enjoyed most of the story even though the storyline was fairly predictable. Unfortunately, the times when God was called upon to intercede seemed to be forced. Every time it happened, it grated on the nerves. Yes, I understand that people put their trust in God but …

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I did not know what Christian fiction is, now I do

It is an amazing subject and story is good, but Christian aspect a bit too much.
in addition, I normally don't have a problem female narrators doing male voices and vice versa, in this narration men sound like old ladies. Struggled to finish but, storyline kept me going

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a story of human trafficking with a romance

I enjoyed the plot , it give a picture of the subtle ways trafficking can happen . I understand the author wanting to include her religious beliefs after all it's her book but I did find it a little intrusive in some of the stories events

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A decent story !

This is a decent story BUT only if you are a devoted catholic, it’s God me here and heaven me there !
The saddest thing is that it’s about such a serious problem, but the religious crap just ruins it all ?
From Denmark

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Tragic story that gies on

Sad fact that sex trafficking goes on butthis story shows that there are goid people in this world helping.

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brilliant

loved it from start to finish. Good Christian fiction at its best .Great story line and has you captured from beginning to end. koved it!!!

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Saving Hope

Interesting storyline of a very relevant problem. Being a practicing Christian, I quite appreciated the Christian aspect of the story. However, it was especially nice that the plot stood on its own two feet, without resorting to supernatural interventions and such.

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  • 29-12-19

Nice Clean Book !!!

Thank you for writing a book based on Faith in God and scripture. This was an uplifting book and I will read more of them thanks again. And no sex yay !

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  • Brandy
  • 14-05-20

An eye opener!

a very good and realistic story line and characters! was able to intertwine characters and their personalities into the storyline very well! wonderful to see that faith in the Lord was spoken about during this book! 👏👏👏

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  • Darci
  • 24-09-20

Great book, but to much religion

When I bought this book thought it would be a great thriller and cop book. And it was but for my liking it had to much religion in it. Still highly recommend this book though.

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  • Lisa M. Gallup
  • 22-08-16

Great mystery

This is my first story by Margaret and I really enjoyed it. I will be looking forward to more books in this series.

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  • 04-03-16

Found a new author

I was on the edge of my seat from the beginning. Great book, great narrator

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  • “Me”
  • 03-02-16

Well written

What made the experience of listening to Saving Hope the most enjoyable?

The truth about child sex trafficking is appalling. We all know it's there but it's easy to forget. This was a nice reminder that it's real and we all need to be aware as well as do something to help.
The story is romantic but not overly in such a serious topic. The topic was kept non graphic and appropriate for younger listeners.
This is my first novel for Daley and I'm ready for the next one.

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  • David/Holly Seward
  • 18-12-20

Terrible "southern accent"

The story is good! But the narrater must not know many Texans. Her accent was very southern like Georgia or Alabama - she way overplayed the drawl. Might have preferred to read this one.

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  • alegnab
  • 17-03-20

I liked the story, but...

I didn't like the narrator. She used odd and unnatural intonation, which was irritating and distracting.

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  • johnnie holmes
  • 19-09-20

What?

Now here is the first book in a series - so you would want to grab an audience. Right? Narration is everything. If you’re hoping for an assertive, Texas Ranger hero forget it. A female voice is not going to make it happen. In fact the narrator doesn’t even sell you with the female voices. Heck. Couldn’t even finish. Spend more bucks on some really good narrators!

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  • Jenny M. Roberts
  • 01-03-16

Good first for a series

Good story line. Pleasant narrator. Better work than Daley's shorter fiction. Somewhat predictable, but it still kept me listening to the end to confirm my suspicions.

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