Monday, August 4, 2014

Innocent Labor Review





Elena is a survivor–and no stranger to the cruelty that lurks in the shadows of society. Caught up in the search for a missing student, she must face the increasing violence head on and find the strength to overcome her own past.

Time is running out. Too many children have recently been reported missing, for this latest disappearance to be a coincidence. Invitations for a special auction have already been sent and buyers are gathering.

Elena’s fierce determination to save a young girl sets off a chain of events that leads to the same man who orchestrated Elena’s own vicious kidnapping.

Will justice triumph in Elena’s crusade to save other innocent victims from the same fate she was forced to endure?
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Review 5/5
I just have to say Elena is bada**!! The story starts with Elena having a nightmare about her getting kidnapped. Then when she gets to school that day she finds out a 15 year old girl has been kidnapped. As she starts looking into what happened, people start getting hurt. There is a price on her head and the closer she gets, the more of her past she has to relive.
This book is so well written. It moves along and keeps you interested. You learn about Elena's past while the story unfolds. The issue addressed in this book is one that we do not talk much about. It's so hard to believe that Sex trafficking still goes on and affects so many young people. She talks about the issue in a way that keeps you interested in the story. It is such a good read. Elena is such an amazing surviver!! 

About the author:

Monica lives on the West Coast with her family and two dogs. She spends most of her days toiling away at her laptop, striving to purge the words and images swirling around in her brain. There are times when balancing the demands of daily life and her craft can be overwhelming. However, when the scene is down, the dialogue perfect, and everyone is asleep, she couldn’t be more content.
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