Out of Solitude
Nora survived a parent’s worst nightmare, but now lives in a small compressed world keeping people at bay. Her mother has provided her a job that allows her to make a living cut off from the world in general, making only tiny in roads with the women around her for companionship. Until the day a small child with a similar story walks in and refuses to leave her alone. Learning to put her own feelings aside to help Anabeth regain her independence and happiness again allows Nora to focus on something outside her own pain for the first time. Dealing with Anabeth’s overprotective father though is too far outside her abilities at the moment.
Daniel is willing to do literally anything to help his daughter overcome the lingering effects of one awful chapter in their life. Moving across country to be closer to family and even allowing her to spend time with the off putting Nora if it helps her talk again. When he starts to lean on Nora for her advice and eventually to help fill the hole left by Nora’s mother in that role the woman who doesn’t need anybody starts to be the person he can’t live without. When offered the offer of his career though, will he choose this flourishing happiness or chase his own dreams to new horizons?
A Word from the Author
Nora physically survived the most horrific night of her life after loosing her twin sons, but mentally she curled up inside herself shutting the world out. Moving home, working for her mother and basically doing only the minimal amount needed to consider herself alive was everything she could muster. She can’t be around children, people, happiness, joy or anything else that even faintly resembles the life she had once envisioned for herself. One little girl who has been robbed of her own voice after loosing her mother in a tragic moment of her own, tears the healing wounds around Nora’s heart wide open and has her rejoining the human race if only to help guide this troubled girl back to her own happy ending.
This book was inspired by the women who suffer atrocities at the hand of abusers, but rise up to be life’s greatest inspiration to those around them. Never allowing what is done to them to define their story!
(Angelica Kate, January 2018)