Every two minutes, evil strips innocence from a child and sells her into slavery. For sex. Not in a third world country, but in America. Before you take another breath, the next victim will be taken or tricked from her family by a profit-hungry criminal. She could be a neighbor. A friend. Your sister. Your daughter. This is the description of a book I was given the chance to read. I was thinking this happens in big cities, in other countries but this does not happen in small town America where I live, but I was wrong. Hope could be your daughter, your granddaughter, your friend, the little girl next door.
Susan tells the fictional story of "Hope," an all-American girl who gets sucked into the horrible world of sex trafficking. Unfortunately sex trafficking is a big business in America, taking the young lives of teenage girls. As I was reading this book, I was picturing a young lady in my past and going this could be.......and it broke my heart.
I challenge you to take a chance and read this book. Don't just read this book but let this book change you and your life. I pray that it changes you cause it changed me and if enough of us let it change us, maybe we can change the lives of some of these young girls.
I did receive a copy of this book free to review but was in no way influenced to post a review of any kind. All opinions are my own.