Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Saving Hope by Margaret Daley

He's a Texas Ranger who is investigating a young girl's death.  She's the founder of a home that helps young women who have been sexually abused learn to trust again and learn to hope for their future.  Since the murdered girl was next to the home's van, Wyatt and Kate meet.

Abingdon Press is publishing this book the first of March.  They and Net Galley allowed me to read the ebook in advance for review (thank you).  This is the first in a new series:  Men of the Texas Rangers.

This is a very good read.  It's set in small town in Texas, involves big money, human trafficking, sexual slaves, and Ms. Daley's main two characters.

The author gives each of her main characters some personal challenges to overcome as well as trying to recover a lost girl.  The story is flows well, the author presents tough subjects honestly, and it's a struggle to the end to see whether good or evil wins.  Even the good folks aren't very nice in some cases.

Everybody in this story learns something on the way.  It's terrifying when the missing girl is confined in a dark room and punished for running away.  That's one of my worst nightmares.

It will keep you reading.  Why not get yourself a copy and read about these two characters who believe in hope and what's right and are willing to fight for it.

Happy reading.

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