Shot and left for dead, the woman who
awakens in the Colorado boarding house has no idea who she is,
or who would want to kill her. She fears the loneliness she
feels inside and latches onto the dark and dangerous man who
rescued her. Vowing never to be alone again, Elliotte Sorin
convinces Beau to provide her with the relative safety of a
Yet Beau Hyatt is a driven man, searching
for the men who killed his first wife. Although he is drawn
to Elliotte’s strength and amazing will to live, he cannot
give her his heart. His frequent absences and inner anguish
pushes Elliotte into the arms of another man.
Liam Mederi, the son of the owners of the
boarding house, knows that Elliotte is taken but cannot resist
her gentle spirit and loving ways. Even when she becomes
pregnant, he loves her with his whole being and acts as her
husband in all but one way. When Beau’s jealousy rears its
head, Elliotte must find a way to make Beau break the vow they
made when both were in their Lonely Places.
A.L. Debran has penned a tale that will
capture your attention, draw you into the lives of these
characters and leave you aching for their pain. Lonely
Places is poignant, painful and achingly realistic.
The characters are so well developed that by the end of the
story, you’ll feel as though you know them. Elliotte and Beau
have felt the pain that real living leaves. On the other
hand, Liam’s sheltered upbringing and loving attitude gives
Elliotte a glimpse of what she’d always dreamed of.
Lonely Places showcases her struggle to live with the
decisions she has, and must, make. This twisting, turning,
surprising tale is one that anyone who loves an emotionally
engaging story will not want to miss.