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    Another great emotional book from Stacy Eaton

    You're Not Alone is an emotional, inspiring story of a woman and a man, both of whom have survived abuse in their life, finding each other and finding happiness together. The author drew me into this book from the very first chapter - she teases the reader with the possibility of recognition between the Trinity and Gavin - and makes the reader NEED to read on. The story is fast-paced and I found myself wanting to read faster and faster as the story continues, needing to read at the pace of the story. The book is set ten years after Trinity's "situation" but we find out quickly that she still has a lot of healing left to do - and Gavin is the perfect person to help her through that. He's a sensitive, alpha hero who knows just how to approach Trinity in a way that puts her at ease and draws her in. He is sensitive to her triggers and her fears and helps her manage them. Trinity's abuse has resulted in a self-confidence problem and I love how the author demonstrates Trinity's self-esteem issues and the way that Gavin address them. He has to walk a tightrope of telling her how he feels and what he wants without scaring her away - considering how long he has had feelings for her. The book is written in alternating first person point-of-view, a hallmark of this author. Its a sensual romance but no specifics of intimacy scenes are included, instead left up to the imagination of the reader. But, I didn't find that I missed the details, because so much of a romance is the emotional connection the reader feels to the characters, and I felt that connection even without the specifics.
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    Must Read!

    To say this was a great book when it’s about domestic violence seems wrong but it was so good. It was a real eye opener to what domestic violence is and what it can do to women. The author does a fantastic job of explaining the different types of violence and how it effects women in the story and yet make it a beautiful story about true love. When she explains how the main character, Trinity, gives her seminars on domestic violence it’s something all men and women need to hear. I wish we could give these seminars to all high school students. The premise of the book is Trinity is battered almost to death by her husband many years ago. The young rookie cop, Gavin, is the one who arrested her husband and carries her out to the ambulance. He sits in the trial as her husband is sentence 20 years for what he has done and always thinks about her and wonders how her life has turned out. Ten years later, he is at a seminar and she is giving a domestic violence training and they met up. From there they go out and slowly develop a beautiful relationship. This is the first time Trinity is able to date a man and it takes a while for her to trust a man again. Gavin is one man all women would like in their world. It also tells the story of the ups and downs of running a domestic violence shelter and the twist and turns of the relationship of Trinity and Gavin. I was given this book for an honest review and was happy to read it as I have been involved with a domestic violence shelter for many year. Ms. Eaton knows what she is talking about and has put it into a wonderful, beautiful story.
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    You're Not Alone

    Loved this book. Great insight into abuse for females and males. Loved the exercise that takes place at the beginning of the book. Hope that it is utilized in everyday life. A riveting, real story. Between Stacey's books and the Blue Jays sleep is not an option. Keep them coming Stacey.
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