"A must-read for fans of Tosca Lee and Amanda Barratt." --Stephanie Landsem, Code Name Edelweiss
A handful of months after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Imperial Japan devours the southern portion of Burma, intent on taking over mainland Asia. Unaware of the coming darkness, Kailyn Moran--the daughter of a grieving missionary father--drifts in her role as her father's lonely little tiger.
When rumors of war reach the Kachin mountain village, Kai's father is convinced God will protect the mission from the enemy. He leaves Kai and the frustratingly inept yet likeable new missionary, Ryan McDonough, in charge for routine visits to other villages.
The clouds of war open over the mountains, and Kailyn and Ryan forge a deep bond as they work together to provide for the villagers and the flood of refugees. But none of their effort prevents a brutal enemy from destroying the village and almost everything they love. It is then that the darkness calls to the tiger in Kailyn, and she chooses the path of unbridled revenge.
Afraid he's lost the woman he loves, Ryan fights to protect Kai from the deadly consequences of her choice. Can he convince her of the power and freedom of forgiveness?
Janyre Tromp is a developmental book editor who has worked in the publishing industry for more than twenty years, spending time in both marketing and editorial. When she isn’t writing, she’s a Bible study leader, writers conference speaker, ACFW member, wife, and mom of two kids and their menagerie of slightly eccentric pets. Visit her at janyretromp.com.