"Contemporary Women's Fiction Novelist"
Author Rebecca Easton Writes About Women Issues
Dallas—August 11, 2009—Abandoned by her father as a baby, Rebecca Easton lived in a world of fairy tales and childhood fantasies, dreaming about a father who would one day rescue her from her from the explosive impulses of her mother’s rage. At 16, after a life of physical and emotional abuse, Rebecca struck out on her own in search of love she felt she never received as a child. These novels are an accumilation of events that Ms. Easton has seen throughout her life. It's like a thrilling roller coaster of emotions as you read her novels. At time you'll want to shake her and scream, "Wake up!" Other times you will want to cry when you learn about the circumstances she had to endure. These novels are real as real can get. If you're not the woman in the story you will know someone who is.
In her first published novel, The Trophy Abyss, Easton reveals the fantasies of her main character, Beverly, a desperate young woman searching for the love she desperately needs from a man. Easton's main character mirrors Rebecca's life experiences, which have been embellished to create more dramatic situations and volumes of laughter along the way. Readers will cry one minute and feverishly turn the page laughing the next minute.
Easton chronicles Beverly’s escape from the deceptive clutches of a succession of men, who promised to accept, love and care for her, but who delivered only heartache. It is an emotional narrative of a young girl’s distressing struggle to escape from manipulating and controlling men.
After surviving, the death of her unborn child, the abandonment of the man she desperately loved and the abuse of her past, Beverly falls into the clutches of a deceptive character who turned her into an exotic dancer and used her for his bidding. She stumbles naively down a twisted path of self-destruction trying desperately to survive her torturous fear in a world void of love.
The Trophy Abyss, the first book of a trilogy, is the story about Beverly White's fierce determination to overcome her fear of rejection and build her life on her talents and gifts. Easton says, "It's really a novel about hope."
Next in the series are Surrender, a novel about forgiveness, and Give My Tiara Back a novel about re-claiming one's youthful spirit at any age.
The Trophy Abyss is available at Barnes and Noble Booksellers, and less expensive online at www.Amazon.com, You may contact the Rebecca Easton web site for additional information about these novels through