Winner of the 2014 Writer's Digest FIRST PLACE Self-Published Nonfiction Award, this brief, gripping account chronicles the journey of one couple thrust into the front lines of the fight against sex trafficking. What if you lived in a place where you knew children were being sold for sex? Would you send your husband into a brothel to find them? Living in Malaysia, Laura's husband, Matt, who was a former youth pastor, became an undercover investigator deputized by the local police. He investigated hundreds of remote brothels, back alleys, and mafia-driven red-light districts, taking their marriage on a journey into the realities of what rescue from sex trafficking really costs. Laura chronicles her personal journey, as well as the beginning of The Exodus Road-- a nonprofit which has fueled hundreds of rescues from sex slavery, spans several continents, and continues to grow today. It's important to note that this book is a quick read, and that a portion of all profits goes directly to fuel the rescue work of The Exodus Road.