What would you do to save someone who had been taken... Morgan is Missing by K. Hanson (Guest Post & #Giveaway) @khansonbooks

I've listened to a speaker talk about the work he does for human trafficking and it is really quite horrific - not only what men and woman like him do to save others and how dangerous it is, but also how terrible it is for kids and families and communities. It is a lot more prevalent (and not only outside the US) than we think. The author talks a little about it in his guest post, so check that, this thriller, and the giveaway out below...

Morgan is Missing
(Kayla Falk Series #2)
By K. Hanson
Adult, New Adult Thriller
ebook, 244 Pages
August 2018


Kayla Falk is trying to move past the traumatic events of her mission in Syria and settle into a comfortable engineering job. However, when Morgan Bellamy, the younger sister of Kayla’s late best friend, disappears while on vacation, Kayla doesn’t hesitate to jump into action to find her. As Kayla investigates, she learns that Morgan has become trapped in a hellish human trafficking situation. Kayla is determined to find Morgan before she slips into the shadows forever.

Content Warning: This book is about sex trafficking. While I avoid explicit, graphic depictions of sexual violence, due to the nature of the subject matter, it is definitely implied that it takes place.

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Guest Post:
How to help those affected by sex trafficking, or prevention tips

There are several things you can do to help combat human and sex trafficking. First, you can learn the indicators of human trafficking (https://www.state.gov/j/tip/id/index.htm). If you see signs that someone may be a victim of human trafficking, call 911 to report it to law enforcement or call the National Human Trafficking Hotline at 1-888-373-7888. You can also volunteer with local anti-trafficking organizations and contact your representatives in local, state, and federal government to let them know that this is a priority for you.

I also suggest reading and learning more about human trafficking. The book In Our Backyard really helped give me a picture of what human trafficking in the United States looks like. Here are a few other resources you can check out:
State Department site on human trafficking

Other Books in the Series

The Azrael Initiative
(Kayla Falk Series #1)
By K. Hanson
Adult, NA Thriller
Paperback & ebook, 334 Pages
March 3rd 2017


Best friends Kayla Falk, an engineering student, and Olivia Bellamy, who is studying nursing, are nearing the end of their college career when terrorists attack their university. Through a combination of cleverness, bravery, and luck, the two manage to foil the deadly plot. A mysterious man from the United States government, Mr. Hightower, sees their potential and attempts to recruit Kayla and Olivia for a program to take on ISIS. They initially refuse, but another terrorist attack that strikes close to home pushes them to change their minds and join the Azrael Initiative.

After several months of hard training, the two women are dropped into Al-Raqqah, the capital of ISIS, in Syria. Once there, they must blend in with the locals as they strike from the shadows to kill ISIS leaders, destroy their facilities, and free captives. As Americans deep within enemy territory, they know that they will be killed if discovered. As women, they also know that they would suffer before death. Walking the line between vengeance and justice strains their relationship. As they work to resolve their differences, the symphony of brutality around them ultimately pushes them closer together and forges them into the warriors that they were meant to become.

Read an excerpt and guest post for book one HERE.

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About the Author

K lives in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where he works as a software developer. In his spare time, when he isn’t writing, he enjoys reading, working out, playing video games, and spending time with his wonderful fiancee, Bobbi. Some of his favorite authors are Tom Clancy, George R. R. Martin, and Sarah Maas.

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