Lauren led a sheltered life. She came from a religious family. Lauren had a decision to make, she felt a calling to religious life, but at the same time felt the need to get married. Now, sharing the last summer at Cape Cod with her family and best friend, Jenny, she hoped things would become much clearer in her mind.
While on summer vacation, Jenny convinces Lauren to go to a local club before they head off in different directions to start their futures. Lauren meets a young man who she finds attractive and kind, but he had a dark side.
She barely escapes his attempt to take advantage of her. Now, she was more confused than ever and her emotions were zig-zagging in every direction. She felt unworthy of religious life and unsure of her future.
She decides to go to community college to figure things out. While there she meets up with that young man again, this time she was not so lucky. Feeling she had shamed her family, she runs away to start a new life, but quickly finds out that she is not equipped for any decent work and winds up homeless.
Just when all seems lost, a priest that runs a local shelter for runaways comes to her aid. Lauren’s life changes and she becomes what she was meant to be.
The Liberation of Lauren Lane takes a hard look at rape and how it deeply affects a woman’s emotional stability and at the same time, offers a hand up and a hope to those who are wounded.
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Angela Pisaturo studied writing at the Jerry Jenkins Christian Writers Guild, she graduated on the Journey level, specializing in fiction. She has penned articles for Creation Illustration Magazine, Pet Supermarket newsletter. She has also been a columnist for a local online newspaper. To date, she has penned the following novels: Under the Shade of the Banyan Tree, Treasures in Clay Vessels, Smokey Mountain Prayer, Sacred Secrets of the Cedar Chest and The Liberation of Lauren Lane. All her novels depict wounded women from different walks of life and how God rescued them.