Book 5: All Our Girls

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Book 5: All Our Girls

Linda Marie Newman and Jenny Donnelly have been rescuing young girls from sex traffickers in 1930s New York City. Wealthy, politically and socially prominent Alderman, Jayden Wallace has been enjoying the income from trafficking until his operation is threatened by Linda Marie and Jenny.       

When Linda Marie and Jenny are called upon by their friend, Captain Will Peterson, to help  a teenager involved in prostitution, they are reunited with an old friend, Sharon Beckhurst.  Convinced the women are stealing his girls to start their own brothel, Wallace enlists help from the Mob to find them. When Sammi’s friend, Conrad, also becomes Wallace’s target, Linda Marie sends him to safety in Woodhill, Ohio, where her estranged son is a firefighter.

Linda Marie must let go of the past to allow for a new future, but will it be in New York City or in a small town in Ohio? 

Chapter 1 and Sex Trafficking Resources and Help

Read Chapter 1 – This PDF also includes the guide “How to Recognize the Signs of Sex Trafficking” as well as a collection of “Information and Help” for those who are or know people who are victims of sex trafficking.

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All Our Girls Gets All 5-Stars in Readers’ Favorite Review

Readers' Favorites Five Star Review by Christian Sia

Reviewed By Christian Sia for Readers’ Favorite

All Our Girls is the fifth book in the Firehouse Family series by Laurie Loveman, a well-crafted novel with strong themes and compelling female protagonists. It is the 1930s in New York, and the sex trafficking business is flourishing. One of the people with the biggest share of the pie is Jayden Wallace, a wealthy, powerful man. But his business is threatened by Linda Marie Newman and Jenny Donnelly who have been fighting sex trafficking over the years, rescuing girls from dirty traffickers. Their friend Captain Will Peterson needs their help to rescue a girl trapped in prostitution. Wallace believes the women are out to steal his girls and start their own business. He seeks help from the mob to find Linda and Jenny. Can they free the girl unhurt?

Fast-paced and character-driven, All Our Girls builds on the dignity of women. The story features characters that are well-developed and that reflect the spirit of freedom for women that is being challenged, at times systematically, by society. The themes of sex trafficking, friendship, and family are deftly explored. I enjoyed the way the characters are written and how the author allows dialogue to reveal each character’s depth. Right from the beginning, the reader encounters two of the key characters at Whyte’s Restaurant on Fulton, not too far from Wall Street. They are described as “strikingly beautiful women.” The story opens in a way that captivates the reader and makes them want to find out more about these characters. Laurie Loveman’s prose is crisp and the writing is effortless. This is an enjoyable story in a series but can also be read as a standalone novel. It is filled with humanity and realism.