What happens when the promise to protect and serve forces a police officer to do the unthinkable…?

Officer Ashley Walters is being stalked. Her wedding plans are
interrupted by an attack on her fiance, and a detective is shot
protecting her. Ashley is forced to flee for her own safety and the
lives of those she loves.

Ashley finds refuge in a Mennonite
community in Shipshewana, Indiana. But even in a peaceful town among
gentle people she cherishes, danger stalks. All she has left is faith.
But when faith fails, what survives?

Readers who love suspense
coupled with the simplicity of the Mennonite life will eagerly devour
book two in the dramatic Place of Refuge series.

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About The Author

Amy Wallace is a homeschool mom, speaker, and self-confessed chocoholic. Amy is also a graduate of the Gwinnett County Citizens Police Academy and a contributing author of several books. She lives with her husband and three children in Georgia.

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