After reaching a breaking point in her marriage, American journalist, Kimly Denim, leaves her ordinary life behind in order to accomplish something of greater significance. She travels to Thailand with hopes of writing an investigative story on Human Trafficking. It isn’t long before Kimly is befriended by Dak, a resourceful widower, with striking gray eyes, who seems intent on inserting himself into her cause.
Noi is a nine-year-old Burmese village girl who has been sold into slavery and is struggling for survival. Listen to Noi’s heart as she recounts the darkness her young eyes have seen. Can she overcome evil around her, and find her way home?
Journey with Kimly and Dak as their pursuits lead them to historical sites on this Southeast Asian peninsula, including the Golden Triangle, where they uncovered a far-reaching prostitution ring. Will their search take them to the place where they are able to find the freedom they don’t know they lack?
Jacquelyn Sill’s passion for inspiring others translates into her storytelling. She tackles themes of faith, family, infidelity, grief, and grace in this first novel of hers. She is married to her husband of nearly three decades and they enjoy hiking, swimming, watching good films, and reading.