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A random act of violence brings two strangers together.

A violent attack leaves Amber Porter hospitalized and alone. Consumed by fear, she’s terrified her assailants will come back and finish what they started. Questioning why God would allow her to be so brutally violated, Amber’s fragile faith is put to the test.

Steven Levitt is devastated when he finds Amber’s batter
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Kindle Edition, 449 pages
Published April 1st 2016 by Archer Press
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Jon Latham
Feb 09, 2017 rated it it was amazing
One Saturday is a romance/suspense novel and Tamara Tilley has done a good job describing the horror a woman suffers through, during and after a brutal assault. Amber comes through the assault alive and receives support and encouragement from a man that may or may not be a knight in shining armor. Adding to the questions she has about the man, is the realization that her attackers are still out there and have learned she survived and can identify them.

Jon Latham
May 27, 2016 rated it really liked it
Very good suspense novel. A woman is brutally assaulted and left for dead. The story depicts her struggles physically and emotionally from the ordeal. She receives help from the man that found her that may or may not be a knight in shining armor. The story gains intensity when the news gets out that she survived and she deals with the trauma of them coming back to finish the job so that she can't identify them. Hard to put down.
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Tamara Tilley has been writing Christian Romance/Suspense since 2003. Her first book, Full Disclosure was published in 2006, followed by Abandoned Identity in 2007, and Criminal Obsession in 2008. Tamara stepped out of the publishing field for several years, but reentered the market in 2014 with the release of Badge of Respect. Her 9th book, No Secret No Lies, was released in July 2020. Tamara is
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