Ireland, Europe (PRWEB) March 06, 2012
Rebecca was a quiet woman, very conservative, and reserved. Though her work took her from a quiet town down south to the city three and a half years ago, she had not gotten used to the city life. Everyday after work, she walked home the same way. Once, she tried to take the train but for no obvious reasons, it frightened her and she didn’t want to break her routine again. Little did she know that she would try it once more—a move that would forever change her life. Readers can follow her story in author Eilis McLaughlin’s Nighty Night.
Taking the train the second time is a little challenge for Rebecca. Unaware of the roadworks, she has to take a detour through some dark alleyways where her tragic fate awaits. Down in that murky passage, a disturbed man will rape her and leave her in distress and trauma. With the help of the police and her colleagues, she will slowly pick up the pieces of her shattered life and try to start living a normal life once more. While coping with her traumatic experience, she will meet Leigh, a tall, handsome, gorgeous, and sweet multimillionaire. Later on, they will find themselves in the blissful world of love and romance. As a secret unfolds their faith hangs in the balance, was their relationships all it seemed to be or will Rebecca find love else where.
Heart-breaking revelations, moving scenes, and more surprises will continue to captivate readers until the overwhelming end unfolds in Nighty Night. This book is available in trade paperback, trade hardback, and eBook formats.
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Nighty Night * by Eilis McLaughlin
Trade Paperback; £9.99.xx; 121 pages; 978-1-4568-8974-6
Trade Hardback; £18.99; 121 pages; 978-1-4568-8975-3
Ebook; £3.99; 978-1-4568-8976-0
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