When Simon Mason, the world’s best-known televangelist, receives
threats from Muslim terrorists, he hires Taylor Pasbury, a beautiful
former Secret Service agent, to take charge of his security. Taylor is
thrilled to receive the high-profile assignment, but she has no idea
that Simon already knows more about her than she could imagine.
the terrorists strike, making a demand of the pastor that would shake
the most steadfast saint, Taylor draws on all of her hard-knock
toughness and training as she fights to save Simon and his daughter.
Along the way, she discovers that she is not the only one who has done
things she would like to forget—and she is not the only one who
understands that some things are more important than living.
David Jordan pens a fascinating tale that is more than a suspense
novel. An intimate exploration of the soul’s need for acceptance and
belonging, it touches the nerves of some of our most sensitive fears
and longings. Forsaken is a moving and relevant saga of faith on a collision course with the brutalities of our world."
—Jill Elizabeth Nelson, author of Reluctant Burglar and Reluctant Smuggler
"Entertaining, action packed, and thought provoking. I couldn’t put it down. Forsaken is a must read."
—Patricia Rushford, author of Deadly Aim and As Good as Dead
"With more twists and turns than a rip-roaring rollercoaster ride, Forsaken will keep you guessing right to final page. You’ll find no easy answers here but many to consider."
—Ken Abraham, New York Times bestselling author
have read many enthralling suspense novels, meaningful love stories,
and books that challenged my thinking and purpose, but never has a
novel combined all three elements with such adeptness as Forsaken."
James David Jordan is a business attorney in Texas and was named by the Dallas Business Journal as
one of the most influential leaders in that legal community. He holds a
journalism degree from the University of Missouri as well as a law
degree and MBA from the University of Illinois and lives with his wife
and two teenage children in the Dallas suburbs. Forsaken is his second novel.