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Fan favorite Margaret Daley wows readers with Saving Hope, her new release in the Men of the Texas Rangers series. Intense, gritty, exciting, and with a compelling love story...this book has everything a romantic suspense reader could want Marta Perry, Vanish in Plain Sight, HQN Books
"InSaving Hope, prolific author Margaret Daley tackles a difficult issue with gritty realism and heart." Irene Hannon, author of the bestselling Heroes of Quantico series
"Saving Hope is a story straight from the headlines. Missing teens, a Texas Ranger Dad, and a woman who just wants to make a difference in the lives of the girls she loves, all come together in an explosive story that will make you turn the pages as fast as possible to get to the end--which has a nice twist that you won't see coming. Just make sure you have plenty of time to read because you WON'T want to put this one down. A fabulous romantic suspense." -- Lynette Eason, best-selling, award-winning author of the Women of Justice Series.
"Through crisp writing, Daley paints life-like characters engaged in a believable struggle that kept me turning pages to the satisfying ending." Richard L. Mabry, MD, Author of Lethal Remedy and the Prescription For Trouble series
"Margaret Daley's Saving Hope is a beautifully told story of second chances with very real characters who stayed with me long after I finished the book. I'll be looking for moreTexas Rangers stories from her " Robin Caroll, author of the Evil series and the Justice Seekers series
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2012-01-16
- Reviewer: Staff
Much published romance author Daley (Hearts on the Line) earnestly tackles child prostitution in this opener to the Men of the Texas Rangers series. Ranger Wyatt Sheridan, a member of the Child Rescue Task Force, is called when the body of a teenage girl is found in a field near a van belonging to Beacon of Hope, an agency that works to rehabilitate teenage prostitutes. Sixteen-year-old Rose, a promising client at Beacon of Hope, had “borrowed” the van after receiving a call from a distressed friend—another teen prostitute. Agency director Kate Winslow is determined to find Rose, and Ranger Sheridan, whose own daughter is 14, is an ally in the search. Daley has the talent to make things gallop forward, and her dialogue is crisp and engaging. Yet the story is exceedingly earnest, and the characterization is wooden: Kate is impossibly saintly, and the trauma in Sheridan’s past doesn’t ring true. Contemporary Christian fiction has risen above the agenda of getting saved by Jesus, but it is weighed down here by a social issue agenda, however laudable. Agency: Steve Laube Agency. (Mar.)