Saving a boy who has escaped his captors puts Canadian border patrol officer Hannah Morgan right into the path of a ruthless child-smuggling ring. Now with help from police constable Layke Jackson, she must keep the child safe. But can they rescue the other abducted children and bring down the gang…all while protecting a little boy and keeping themselves alive?
Turner has the unique ability to create realistic characters and place them in situations that are harrowing, but still believable! She also possesses an innate understanding of good versus evil, along with the struggles of maintaining your faith and trust when all seems hopeless. Hannah has always been a believer but a medical diagnosis has thrown her into a tail-spin, and Layke Jackson's past pain and abuse have left him with many questions about God's existence. Can these two wounded people find healing, as they race to find these kidnapped boys? Will they discover that God's Plan has led them both to this time and place?
'Wait. What? He was praying now? Hannah must be a good influence on him. Could he trust God with his life?'
Turner sends readers on a wild, suspenseful ride, with many surprising twists! I recommend Abducted in Alaska to all who enjoy romantic Christian suspense.
I received a copy of this book from the author and publisher. There was no obligation for a favorable review. These are my own opinions.
Darlene won the Daphne du Maurier Award for Excellence in Mystery/Suspense twice and an ACFW Genesis award. She’s represented by Tamela Hancock Murray of the Steve Laube Agency. Her debut book, Border Breach, released in April, 2020 with Love Inspired Suspense. She has two books releasing in 2021: Abducted in Alaska (March) and Lethal Cover-Up (August).
Darlene met her husband Jeff at the turtle races in Ontario, Canada. She loves flavored coffee and plaid shirts. You can connect with Darlene at www.darlenelturner.com where there’s suspense beyond borders.
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