AnnaLisa Grant Writing Styles in Safe Harbor: The Lake Trilogy

AnnaLisa Grant
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Point of View

The story is written in first person from the limited perspective of Layla. She is young and has led a troubled life which contributes greatly to the fears and concerns she expresses, Layla was orphaned several years before the events of this book. She feels guilty over her parents' death though she later learns that it wasn't her fault. She lived for several years with her grandparents and her grandmother perpetuated that guilt and instilled a lack of self-esteem in Layla that has a lasting effect on Layla though she is slowly overcoming this by the time the series comes to a close. As this book opens, Layla is living a much happier life than since her parents died. She lives with her aunt and uncle and she refers to them as "Mom and Dad." She is engaged to Will Meyer and she loves him...

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