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The Heartbreak of Human Trafficking (Daughters #1)

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Thousands of young American girls have been abducted or lured from their normal lives and made into sex slaves. While many Americans have heard of human trafficking in other parts of the world -- Thailand, Cambodia, Latin America and eastern Europe, for example -- few people know it happens in the United States.

The FBI estimates that well over 100,000 children and young wo
Kindle Edition, 115 pages
Published 2011 by James W. Nelson
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Alisha Webster
Mar 30, 2015 Alisha Webster rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The Heartbreak of Human Trafficking was a very interesting book. It's definitely a page-turner, I couldn't put it down. I can personally read darker books, but I wouldn't recommend this to anyone that is triggered by sexual violence/abuse as it is VERY graphic. I read this in my free time after I put my son to bed. At 130 pages, It moves smoothly, which I rarely find in shorter books. I was impressed with how much he fit into the book without it feeling like an info-dump.

Emma and Bailey's relati
Feb 20, 2013 Theresa rated it did not like it
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I was in the mood for something dark. Right away I was turned off. There was no build up, just boom the kidnapping begins, the rapes begin and honestly I couldn't feel sorry for her. I felt nothing. It was totally flat the whole book. No ups, no downs, no ah ha moments and when the "hero" comes in, well it comes off as creepy... Not believable and very flat. I wanted to feel more but it just wasn't there. Would not recommend this book.
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When Emma's mom died, she lived with her mom's boyfriend, Bailey. Bailey loved her and they had a father/daughter bond. But Emma's Aunt didn't like Bailey much and took Emma away. There, Emma didn't feel loved or cared about at all. So when she goes out to clean a house and doesn't come home, no one reports her missing.

Emma is an attractive eighteen year old when she is attacked by the owner of the house she is cleaning. When he is finished with her, he calls a contact and sells Emma. When she i
Apr 13, 2016 Mar rated it did not like it
Only made it to Paige 40

This book!!
ok where to start!!! Smh You know what Forget it!!!
I'm not going to waste my time on a review
So don't waste a monument of yours trying to read this It's that bad!
Nichole Durham
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Love the idea of the most best

book I enjoyed it too much could not put it down looking forward for more reads by this author
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James W. Nelson was born in a little farmhouse on the prairie in eastern North Dakota in 1944. Some doctors made house calls back then. He remembers kerosene lamps, bathing in a large galvanized tub, and their phone number was a long ring followed by four short ones, and everybody else in the neighborhood could rubberneck. (Imagine that today!)

James has been telling stories most of his life. Some
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