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Every Flower of the Field

By Sara Davison


Safe is the most dangerous feeling of all.

For as long as she can remember, Rose Galway has been a captive, controlled by one man or another. To her, though, God is the one holding the keys, refusing to set her free despite the desperate pleas she has sent heavenward.
Detective Laken Jones has known hardship too, including the daily trauma of racism. Still, nothing he has gone through compares to what Rose has endured. He wants nothing more than for her to experience hope and healing and maybe even happiness in her life.
But first he has to find her.
Laken is willing to risk everything to set Rose free. And to help her find her way to God. Even if that means letting go of her—and the future he envisions for the two of them—forever.

Book Takeaway:

In the deepest, darkest places on earth, God is still there. He never leaves us or abandons us. Whatever we are going through, he walks through it with us and, one day, he will ensure that perfect justice is carried out.

Why the author wrote this book:

I believe the number of authors writing about human trafficking is more than a trend - it is God, laying these precious women on our hearts and compelling us to tell the stories. Stories that raise awareness of their plight and fill readers with an urgency to pray for all the people currently being held in captivity, that they will be freed and find hope and healing through God's love and grace.


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