You’re Not Alone
This book is currently only available on Amazon and Kindle Unlimited
Now Available In Audio!
Trinity Morris, co-founder of You’re Not Alone, has a domestic violence past that still haunts her ten years later. She is devoted to helping victims find freedom and sharing information on how to help them through their emotional and violent trails. While Trinity is presenting at a seminar, she comes across Gavin, a police officer who knows her past all too well.
It’s been ten years since he last saw her, but the moment Gavin’s eyes land on her, he’s intent on getting to know the woman who has haunted his dreams all these years.
Can Gavin break through the wall that Trinity has built around herself, or will some other fate step into the way and take her away from him again?
You can read Chapter 1 here: Chapter 1
Official Video Trailer
Scott: “As a Police Dispatcher, very often, we don’t get to hear about the end results of a call, nor do we get an insight as to what’s going on. All we get is a name and an address, and sometimes a voice. This story gives the reader a very good insight into the world of a domestic violence survivor, both what they went through and the healing process. A must read for those who know a survivor, or even a survivor themselves, so they know that they aren’t alone…there’s always someone out there willing and wanting to help.”
Goodreads Reviewer – 5 Star: “This book is so much more than a romance. With strong compelling characters, it shows the long term impacts of domestic violence on men and women. It shows how years later a simple touch can startle and bring back memories. I read this as a beta reader and watched the story progress. I love all the characters. It is such a realistic story. This is a must read. you will be sucked in.”
Goodreads Reviewer – 5 Star: “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. ”
Goodreads Reviewer – 5 Star: “I just love Stacy Eaton’s writing. I think because she’s a cop she really gets into the nitty gritty of the characters and it makes them seem real. When I read the suspense chapters it had my heart racing and I got completely sucked into the story.
You’re Not Alone is the name of the company that Trinity Morris founded, to help people involved in domestic violence. Trinity lived with DV in her past and still suffers insecurities due to this. Whilst at a seminar that she is presenting at, she sees a guy that she recognizes. His name is Gavin and he’s a cop, and he helped her escape her torture ten years ago. When Gavin notices Trinity, the female from his past that he never forget, he decides that he wants a future with her, but he has to tread carefully. As the story unfolds your heart will fill with the love that Gavin shows her, and how Trinity comes to trust Gavin, and even herself – to fall in love again. But the DV scenes will have you tied in knots.
When you have never suffered any kind of abuse – mental or physical – it is hard to understand how others put up with it. But reading Stacy’s books helps you grasp how the partner cuts them off from their family and friends, belittles them until they feel worthless and believe all the untrue and unkind words that are spat at them, and possibly even makes them believe they deserve the beating, due to something they have or haven’t done. This book certainly opened my eyes. Another gem Stacy!”
Goodreads Reviewer – 4 Star: “This is another emotional and powerful story about domestic abuse, and how victims can start a new life, knowing that there’s hope and they are, indeed, are not alone. Compared to “Whether I Live Or Die”, this time the book’s focus is not only on the different perceptions of an abuse situation by the victims, but we also get to see the damaging long time effects of abuse in an adult person. The book has great psychological insights, emotional understanding, empathy and solid knowledge about the work of the police. It also has great romance and hope for recover. One can’t help but be entangled emotionally in each of the characters, feeling the stress that the author lavishes on their lives. Stacy Eaton delivers another heart-breaking and heart-warming drama.”