Eli's Redemption: A Story of Broken Dreams and Second Chances

· Atkins Family Low Country Sagas Book 2 · Linksland Publishing

About this ebook

Eli’s Redemption, the second book in the Atkins Family Low Country Saga series, is the thrilling sequel to Blood in the Low Country. As the story begins, it’s been five years since Eli Atkins, betrayed and abandoned, fled Charleston to avoid punishment for a crime he did not commit. Landing in the Bahamas, he sought refuge in a new identity. But angry, lonely, and adrift, he remained aloof, a stranger to all, never allowing anyone close enough to hurt him.

But when fate introduces Eli to an old Scottish golfer, Lach McGregor, he finds reason to hope. Lach too is burdened by an incalculable loss, and together, teacher and student, they are each a lifeline for the other. When Eli falls for Lach’s lovely niece, Rachel, the pieces of a future fall into place.

Standing between Eli though and a life lived fully, is the secret that forced him out of Charleston and the clutches of fugitive financier and professional criminal, Bernard Lasko, a malignant cancer who corrupts everyone he touches. Trapped in debt to Lasko, Eli returns to Charleston in dramatic fashion when given the chance to free himself from both the weight of his past and Lasko’s reach. But before he can embrace the freedom he craves, he must forgive, and trust, and be willing to risk his life to save another’s.

About the author

Paul Attaway and his wife, Lyn, live in Charleston, South Carolina. Paul retired from a thirty-year career in Phoenix, Arizona, where together they raised three children. When Paul isn't writing and working on his next book, he guides walking history tours around Charleston. Learn more about Paul, upcoming appearances, and his next novel at www.paulattaway.com.

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