Sunday, March 24, 2013

The Bracelet by Roberta Gately

Humanitarian aid Abby Howell and reporter Nick Sinclair find themselves in the middle of a human trafficking ring in Pakistan. When Abby realizes she may have witnessed a murder by a high-ranking official, she and Nick must break the story before she becomes its next casualty.

Abby decides to take on a new job of working for the UN compiling vaccine statistics.  She isn't happy with her current job and her recently failed relationship leaves her emotional and vulnerable.  She isn't sure what to expect with her new location.  When she sees a woman falling from the railing of a balcony, she doesn't think, but rushes to the woman's aid.  It's too late, but Abby gets a good look at the bracelet the woman is wearing before she is rushed off my a strange man.

But as the the story unfolds, things will come full circle to the woman from the balcony.  Abby meets Nick  at the camp she's working at.  He's a prize winning journalist who is doing some research.  He may be just the thing to help Abby heal her heart.  With a look into the tragic and horrors of human trafficking, a murder, a blossoming romance and compelling writing, The Bracelet is an enthralling read.  With memorable characters and vivid location details, The Bracelet is intriguing and page-turning.  Highly recommend!

*I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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