Safe Harbor: The Lake Trilogy Characters

AnnaLisa Grant
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Layla Weston Meyer

A young college student as the story opens, Layla is looking forward to beginning her life as Will's wife though she continues to struggle with self-doubt and worry that she isn't really destined for true happiness. These worries stem from losing her parents years earlier and the cruelty imposed by her grandmother who had insisted that Layla was responsible for the deaths of her parents and was undeserving of happiness. Now Layla, a young adult, finds herself continually coping with those fears. When Will is struggling with his own worries, Layla initially decides that all she can do is give him the space to figure out his problems. It's not until a friend urges that she take action that she realizes she belongs at Will's side to help him come to terms with his fears. Layla has become very independent over the years of hardship and...

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