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Secret Agendas (The Secret Series Book 2) [Kindle Edition]

Debbie Brownfield
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Book Description

In her newest novel, Secret Agendas, South Carolinian author, Debbie Brownfield, brings the very real problem of human trafficking to the shores of Charleston, South Carolina.

When Uncle Craig rescues 9 terrified Latina girls who have been kidnapped from Mexico, drugged, and sent via ship to be distributed as human slaves across the United States, it begins a riveting, action-packed rescue of seven families from the clutches of another form of terrorism.

Blake Lobel, bounty hunter, is not satisfied, however, with just the rescue of these families. He wants to bring down the head honcho of the organization, and Tallie Peters-Templeton is just the girl to help him.

But that is not all that is happening. The Merrill family farm is caught in the crosshairs of a struggle between Constitutional property rights and the passage of a Rebeautification Ordinance in their county.

Meanwhile, Gina Galbraith can’t understand why Jasper Peters-Templeton is taking the court case so personally. But Jasper’s own personal agenda is to convince Gina that she’s engaged to marry the wrong man!

Follow the continuing saga of the Merrill and Peters-Templeton families in this spell-binding novel that celebrates family and freedom in 21st century America!

Debbie G. Brownfield is so passionate in this fight against human trafficking that she has decided to donate $3 from the purchase of each book to “Doors to Freedom” and “The A21 Campaign,” ministries that actively aid victims of trafficking. She encourages you to join her!

Editorial Reviews

About the Author

Debbie G. Brownfield believes in living life passionately. Her passions include music, travel, family, writing, and education, and these can be seen in most of her books. When she is not writing or speaking, she can be found poking around older homes in Summerville, South Carolina, teaching writing classes, visiting friends at A Very Little Book Store, or enjoying an evening of music at Single Smile Cafe.

Product Details

  • File Size: 551 KB
  • Print Length: 372 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0615772846
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #795,462 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great work December 21, 2013
This book as Debbie's 2nd on the market is very well written and captured my attention from the beginning.
Great for those who enjoy suspense with romance and dealing with major issues of our day.
Loved it!
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1.0 out of 5 stars Not what I expected September 12, 2013
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I was disappointed that human trafficing became a minor plot with Agenda 21 taking over the book starting with the first paragraph. The writing was very discriptive to the point of distraction. I would not recommend it.
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I do not think this book had an editor, or if it did, he/she should be fired! The sentence structure was awkward in many places. Sentence fragments popped up inexplicibly. Punctuation was incorrect or non-existent. Some sentences did not have verbs. The characters were cardboard and predictable, or worse, their behavior was totally out of character. The dialogue was ridiculous. Twenty-somethings do not say, that "sustance is needed." Too much attention was paid to the color of the drapes and not enough to the emotions of the characters. If the agenda of the author was bringing human trafficking to the forefront, it failed miserably. A scene where a small child is murdered should have evoked extreme emotions from the other characters. They barely reacted. It was a story about a group of families, so many families, that 6 family trees were listed at the start of the book, 6! If I could have given this book a half star instead of a full star, I would have. What a total, waste of time.
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Author, speaker, teacher, musician, cat lover, traveler, history buff, political science dabbler--Debbie G. Brownfield enjoys all of these pursuits, but her greatest love is encapsulating all of these into novels. Her novels are rich in family, courage, suspense, and love. You won't want to miss any of these stories as the Merrill family and friends become heroes and heroines just by courageously choosing to face danger to help others. They encourage us all to do our part to fight societal evils.
Debbie resides in South Carolina where she teaches college English and gives piano lessons among other things. She can often be found at one of the coffee shops in town. Her passion to fight human trafficking is so great that she donates to several ministries that aid the victims of trafficking on both a local and a national level.
The cats she has rescued often have a small part in her stories. She loves learning about local lore, legends and folk tales, but she also enjoys reminiscing about her travels to other countries, and the places she has visited are often highlighted in her stories, as well.


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