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Her story sets off a violent spark.

His investigation puts them in the line of fire.

Journalist Erin McKenna is not only investigating a major defense contractor suspected of complicity in the international sex-slave trade but testifying against them in court. Her world collapses when that same firm buys her newspaper and she's fired without explanation. Her home is ransacked, her computer stolen and she is attacked.

FBI agent Jerod Westlake is haunted by the disappearance of his sister long ago, and has dedicated his life to ending the international sex-slave trade. When he discovers Erin wounded on the floor of her apartment, he swings into action to protect her as a witness--and as a woman.

Jerod needs to protect Erin's life and track down her source.

But once they start working as a team, the real danger begins....

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    A topic that a lot of people won't want to think about let alone dicuss but it needs to be exposed, discussed and worked on. I am glad that writers are doing their part in getting it out to begin the discussion, now we as readers need to do our parts, not simply read the book say a great story, and ignore the facts. We need to do what we can, support shelters, programmes for children and parents, drug programmes and churches. If we can help wash dishes give 50 cents, or even just read to a dependant so someone else can give more then we need to do it. We need to understand that together we can do more than a single person can, and support those who can do more. A good book. Strong characters and a powerful story can motivate and do much more than entertain. Keep on writing


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