by Anita R. Fisk
A young woman escapes the clutches of a human trafficking ring. Fighting against forced drug addiction, memory lapses, and unsavory handlers, Soleil, aka Sunny Gardner, flees for her life. Her journey home is as exhausting as it is perilous. She trusts no one with her secrets – not even those kind souls who helped her on her way. Always looking over her shoulder expecting the worst… will Sunny ever find her way home?
I really enjoy this book! Following Sunny on her escape from her captors as she tries to figure out who she is and her fighting to survive! For me it flowed well but need a little more information on some of the characters she ran into. Overall, it kept me interested and intrigued to the very end.
ESG, Amazon Customer
About the Author
Anita R. Fisk is currently a retired educator living in rural Nevada. For over 40 years, she has taught language arts classes for middle school through college. She is the recipient of several prestigious teaching awards including the Nevada Teacher of the Year, Christa McAuliffe Award, the Milken Family Foundation Educator Award, and others. Twist of Fate is the sequel to Unintended Sacrifices. Her novels are exciting page-turners that have created a following among suspense readers.
NOTES ON WRITING Often, I am asked about my writing routine. Consequently, I examined what it is that I do as I begin a new novel. I set out a collection of sharpened pencils, a clean pad of paper, and a dictionary. I want my tools to be at my fingertips. I keep note...
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The Truth Behind Human Trafficking Twist of Fate by Anita Fisk is a suspense novel about a woman who escapes the clutches of a human trafficking ring. It tackles a shred of the issue of human trafficking, which is a common and rampant crime today. Like the protagonist...