Lorakay's New Book "The Blind Truth" Is the Exciting Adventure of a Woman Who Escapes From an Abusive Husband and Eventually Finds Love and Purpose on a Wyoming Ranch
Newest publication "The Blind Truth" from Fulton Books author Lorakay is the life and times of beautiful Amanda, who after being separated from her father, marries an abusive man only to find refuge in the arms of a blind Wyoming ranch owner.
New York, NY, March 9, 2016 (Newswire.com) - Lorakay, a San Francisco Bay area native, has completed her most recent book “The Blind Truth”: an exciting and fervent journey from the mining camps of mid 1800’s to a Wyoming ranch where a young woman finds passion and meaning in the arms of a blind man.
Published by Fulton Books, Lorakay’s book follows beautiful Amanda. After the death of her mother, her drunken father sends her to live with an aunt and uncle. After Amanda turns eighteen and finishes her college studies, she leaves the home of her aunt and uncle, only to marry a man who begins physically and mentally abusing her. With the help of a friend, she manages to escape and find refuge on a big ranch in Wyoming that caters to young wayward boys and is run by a blind man.
There she finds excitement and adventure by getting lost in the woods, fighting through a blinding snow storm, and escaping near-animal assaults. She battles sickness and injuries while experimenting with her blossoming sexuality.
Readers who wish to experience this steamy work can purchase “The Blind Truth” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play or Barnes and Noble.
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