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Their relationship seemed destined for heartache. A terminal diagnosis would teach them the true meaning of love.
Gabi Coatsworth never meant to fall for the handsome American. And after walking away because he was married, the British single mother thought she'd go forever without seeing him again. But her move to Chicago five years later for a career opportunity led to their reunion, a rekindled romance, and a wedding.
Forging a thirty-year life together through ups and downs, Gabi finally gave up when her husband's alcoholism became more than she could bear. But not long after, he received a devastating medical diagnosis. Knowing she would regret it if she stayed away, she returned home to care for him.
And unexpectedly learned it's never too late for a second chance...
In this compelling memoir, Gabi Coatsworth refuses to shy away from the painful realities and uplifting triumphs of long-term relationships. Her incredible account of love lost and found again while facing down her husband's approaching death comes to life on the page with humor and endearing honesty. A romance for the ages, anyone experiencing grief will find hope in this story of redemption.
Love's Journey Home is a touching tale of saying goodbye. If you like relatable characters, genuine portrayals, and laughter among the tears, you'll adore Gabi Coatsworth's moving account.
Praise for Love's Journey Home:
"As a storyteller, Coatsworth presents her main characters, herself and Jay, with the clarity and insight to create deep compassion for their relationship ... Many readers will connect with Coatsworth's story of building a family and navigating single motherhood, remarriage, divorce, and the unthinkable. She shares her story with candor, wisdom, and heart, and lays bare her feelings about facing those challenges with rare vulnerability. Takeaway: A beautifully told true-life love story, facing addiction and death with candor and wisdom." - BookLife Reviews