Through the Fire
Book One of the Fire Series
Genre: Christian fiction
When Anna Bauman travelled from Cape Town to Greece for her dream holiday and met the charming American with the mysterious job, she could only hope that she would look into those green eyes again, but over the years hope faded.
Sam Macmillan had one dream: to join the Special Unit of an organisation called AHTT (Against Human Trafficking and Terrorism), fighting a fierce battle all over the world to end this horrible form of slavery. He never imagined it would lead him across the globe to the woman in his nightmare that had been haunting him for close to fifteen years. The woman who needed his help. The one he was supposed to save.
Life takes Anna through triumphs and challenges, sweeping love and terrible loss, adventure and purpose, but through the fire she has to learn what true faith in God really means.
Will her faith withstand the ultimate fire?
ANTOINETTE KLOPPERS brings us this exciting debut novel, the first in the Fire Series of faith-based novels that will open your eyes to the terrible world of human trafficking, all while introducing a bunch of inspiring and interesting characters whom we will follow throughout this romantic, action-filled series that spans over decades, each playing a vital role in God’s kingdom, trying to make a difference in the world around them.
Antoinette currently lives in beautiful Cape Town, South Africa.
Cost: R254 (excluding delivery)
Listen to a radio review of Through the Fire by Ingrid Venter-Groenewald (in Afrikaans). Apologies for the poor sound quality - we recorded it on Radio Tygerberg 104fm while driving!
Meet the author - watch the video below
Support the fight against human trafficking
According to the A21 Organisation’s website, the following statistics indicate the vastness of this inhumane crisis the world is facing.
• 40 300 000 people are enslaved in the world today, either through sex or slave labour.
• R258 trillion rand is generated by trafficking every year.
• Men, women, and children can all be victims of trafficking: 71% women, 29% men, 25% children.
If you suspect that trafficking might be taking place, call 0800 222 777 (South Africa).
Please go and visit the websites of companies all over the world that stand up against this crime against humanity.
One such organisation is A21. Visit www.a21.org for more information and support this worthy cause.