Doubt in Eden
Being sixty-seven and a widow is a one-way ticket to loneliness.
Lorna Scott experienced this reality after her husband, Randy, passed away. While he was alive, she’d been half of a couple and part of a close-knit social unit, but as weeks became months, she’d morphed into a fifth wheel. Friends no longer knew how to communicate with her, enhancing her isolation. Then, after an act of spontaneity, she thought she’d found love again, but her life transformed into a terrifying nightmare.