As part of the quarterly Bloggy Giveaways Carnival, we at The Friendly Book Nook are giving away a fantastic book!

Wiser Than Serpents by Susan May Warren is a romantic suspense book about people working to rescue those caught in International Sex Slave Trade.

Here’s a brief description: Her sister had vanished, trapped in a human slavery ring. To find her, FSB agent Yanna Andrevka arranged her own kidnapping into Taiwan’s sex-trafficking trade. And found herself with no way out.
Until Yanna discovered an ally deep undercover: Delta Force captain David Curtiss. He was after the kingpin of the Twin Serpents, the organized crime syndicate that had Yanna—and hundreds of others— in their clutches.
With opposite agendas, David and Yanna had to rely on each other to outwit their cold-blooded enemy.

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To triple your chances of winning, visit the International Justice Mission’s website and come back here and tell us something you learned.

Remember, for every comment you leave between now and the end of August you will receive an entry into the pot for a 15 dollar Amazon gift card! We hope you stick around and join in our love for books! 😉

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107 Responses to “Book Giveaway: Wiser than Serpents by Susan May Warren”

  1. Acomplia Says:

    Lovely post. Please add my email address to your list and email me the updates if possible. I always like to read your blog and comment on it.

  2. Zoly Says:

    I can see my 73 year old wife wearing these.

  3. Jill Miller Says:

    What a fascinating topic — I would love to win this book.

  4. karissa Says:

    still have my fingers crossed for this book!

  5. Zoly Says:

    I want to read this book

  6. Carol G Says:

    Am looking forward to reading this book, win it or not!

  7. Vicky Boackle Says:

    i learned that a huge number of people were and are being held captive as slaves.