Haven's Flight (The Hunted) (Volume 1)
How can you flee from an unseen enemy? Haven Ellingsen enrolled in Life Ventures Therapy Camp in the Cascade Mountains to help her heal from horrible memories of her mother’s violent death at the hands of an armed robber. But now, a greater fear dogs her steps. The rustle of leaves or the snap of a twig could be nothing, or it might signal the presence of the watcher, the phantom who stalks her. It seems like a cruel trick from God to throw Haven into another dangerous situation only a year after her mom’s murder. He hides near her tent and listens to the girl talk with the counselor. Mostly she talks about her father. She’s unhappy, and he can’t stand to listen and do nothing about it. He needs to rescue her. To make sure she doesn’t ever go back to the man. His own father was the cause of his mother’s death. And Ruth’s. That won't happen again. Not with this girl. When the time is right, he’ll take her away to his hidden cabin where she’ll be safe. And he will feel peace for the first time in years. Can one month of survival training equip a girl to face all that the rugged wilderness, and a madman, can dish out?
In the midst of our deepest fears and greatest challenges, God is faithful to His promise: "I will never leave you or forsake you."
Why the author wrote this book:
One day an image popped into my mind of a lovely young blonde woman standing in a snowy field, surrounded by dark forest. She was looking over her shoulder fearfully as if she were being pursued. Who was the girl? What was she afraid of? The image stayed in my mind for days. I had to answer my own questions and set my mind at rest about what was going to happen to the young woman. Three novels later, I finally answered all the frightening questions.