Natalie Flynn, a minor character in 1 Step Away, now has come on to the scene to face fears of her own. As she dates Reuben King, a powerful young politician, she in position to influence his voice on a groundbreaking new bill that paves the way for the microchipping of humans. What she doesn't know is that others are also pulling strings - and shaping a deadly conspiracy. Ina modern spin on the biblical story of Esther, Natalie's been raised up for "such a time as this."
Eric Wilson is a NY Times bestselling author. He has traveled in 35 countries, earned a degree in theology, and spent over 20 years married to his sweetheart. He has written 11 novels and one non-fiction book. His novelization of the hit film Fireproof won a Gold Medallion Award for best Christian fiction of the year. Eric has written articles for numerous magazines and reviewed hundreds of novels. He loves sports, chess, books, and the great outdoors.
A young woman named Natalie Flynn is caught in the middle of a dangerous plot to introduce human microchipping to the world. Some see it as a way to save lives, Natalie included, because she was once the victim of a kidnapping. If humans are microchipped, finding them becomes incredibly easy. Others see it as a dangerous to basic human rights, such as the right to privacy. When Natalie begins dating young politician Reuben King, she finds herself, like Esther once was in the Bible, in a position to influence passing of a bill to begin microchipping humans. But there's more going on beneath the surface than just a bill. Someone wants to exploit the technology, putting countless lives in danger. With the great influence she's been given, will Natalie be able to rise above her own fears and inner darkness to save lives from a powerful villain?
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