Laura Rosek Story

Since early childhood, Laura was never allowed to express her feelings without being accused of backchatting. Her mother was suicidal, and her father liked his drink. She would often go to school with her mother’s words ringing in her ears, ‘One day you’ll come home and find my head in the oven!’  Being tender age, she didn’t understand what her mother meant, until her sister explained, ‘she’s going to kill herself!’  To escape from all this, she would often daydream and go into a fantasy world of her own. Laura was often bullied at school until one day, she learnt to stick up for herself. As she grew up, she fell madly in love with an American, only to be rejected when she was four and a half months pregnant – she was left to bring up her daughter alone. It was around that era that her mother finally put her head in the oven! She had achieved what she’d set out to do from the years before.

 Laura’s little girl was age 3 when she made the biggest mistake of her life; she found herself trapped in a loveless marriage. After 3 years of mental and physical cruelty, Laura divorced and regained her freedom. Eventually, she met someone whom she believed could love her unconditionally, it never happened – although they are still together, Laura has learned her lesson. She finally accepts that there’s no such thing as unconditional love – well, for her there isn’t.

Books

The Heart Won’T Let Go

Chantelle, a young, innocent, English girl, leaves her home in Devon and travels to Norwich in search of her freedom. The door opens when Matt, an American, walks into the caf where she works, and they are immediately attracted to each other.

Where Souls Entwine: Follow-Up to the Heart Won’t Let Go

After thirty years of silence, the Spirits have once again become active on the top of Where Souls Entwine—the mountain in Colorado. 

Misunderstood: Based on a True Story

Since early childhood, Laura was never allowed to express her feelings without being accused of backchatting. Her mother was suicidal, and her father liked his drink. To escape from all this, she would often daydream and go into a fantasy world of her own.

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