Friday, December 4, 2015

A Glimpse into Captives



So what is Captives about?

http://www.amazon.com/Captives-Megan-Whitson-Lee-ebook/dp/B018UKNL4S/ref=sr_1_4?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1449227568&sr=1-4&keywords=Captives


Captives is a novel that explores the consequences of a society demanding, distributing, and enslaving through sexual exploitation, but offers a message of hope, recovery, and redemption through God’s saving grace.
Here's the summary:

When seventeen-year-old Amy Timothy disappears from a rural Virginia truck stop, world-renowned cellist Blaise Timothy puts her life on hold to join the search for her sister. While conducting her own investigation into Amy’s disappearance, Blaise seeks solace in addictive and destructive relationships.

Three years later, the search for Amy becomes a homicide investigation and catches the attention of national media and sex trafficking activists. Less than a mile from where Amy’s body is recovered, Andrew Victor attempts to manage a failing career in art, an addiction to pornography, and a family secret that links him to the murder investigation. In Washington, DC, Asha Edgewater knows first-hand the horrors of sex slavery and lends support to the Timothy family even as she comes to terms with her own past. As all three lives intersect in their search for redemption and healing, they find it is only possible through God’s saving grace.


Captives is available on Amazon Kindle and will release in paperback by next week.


Have a blessed weekend!

5 comments:

  1. Does sound like a good but sad story. I tried your link of Captives on your sidebar and it didn't work (I clicked on the picture). I'll check back this weekend (hopefully I'll remember) because I thought I would just buy it and put it on my to read list.

    betty

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    1. Thanks for letting me know! I'll double check that!

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    2. OK, I think it's fixed now. Thanks for letting me know about that, Betty!

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  2. Awesome! If you'd like me to help you get the word out, let me know. Any day next week, my blog is yours! (Or after!)

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    1. Thank you so much, Stephanie! I'll private message you tomorrow about that!

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