by Elaine Wray
What would you give for a love pure and true? For a man who loved you passionately and without guilt or judgement? For someone who would stay with you through good times and bad, through sickness and health, until death do you part? Would it be worth giving your life?
Jane had been abused and deceived by men from the time she was a teenager. Raped by a family member, left by her first true love, and cheated upon in her marriage and left to raise a daughter by herself, Jane had been through quite enough with men. But she was offered one last chance at everlasting happiness and security for her daughter by the mysterious Chuck, which would Jane choose – happiness for herself or a good life for her daughter?
Elaine Wray’s Deceived by Love is a powerful and compelling story that shares the hardships of Jane as she strives to find one thing so many have but take for granted: happiness and love. Follow her story through the suspenseful pages of Deceived by Love.
About the Author: Elaine Wray was the victim of childhood sexual abuse. The attacker was a family member, and nothing was done to right the wrong that had been committed against her. Writing Deceived by Love, her first published book, helped Elaine express her feelings in the hope that reliving this painful experience might help someone else who has survived the same crisis.
A medical worker who loves dancing and bowling and works at a private facility, Ms. Wray, a native of New York who now lives in Florida, shares her life with the light of her life, her daughter, Sam.
(2001, paperback, 30 pages)