About the Book
Author: Tara R. Alemany
Genre: Religious & Spiritual
Number of Pages: 170
Synopsis: After twelve years of living alone as a single parent, she hadn’t expected to find love again. She’d pretty much given up on the idea—so when Frank unexpectedly came into her life, the result of an errant e-mail, he turned her world upside down. Four months later, his unexpected death brought it to a crashing halt.
Join Tara on her journey as she shares the story of their time together and, more importantly, the lessons she learned as she rode waves of unanticipated love and grief to ultimately come to the strongest place she’d ever been in her life.
Tara has been a single parent for the last 12 years and isn't really looking for love, but a chance email and phone call change her life forever. Frank brings joy, friendship, and love to Tara's life and the two find they can't live without one another. So, when their relationship is cut short by Frank's death Tara is grief stricken. Armed with her faith and a heart full of love Tara reaches out to Frank's father and begins her path to healing.
A beautifully written memoir, The Best is Yet to Come gives readers and insightful look at Tara's journey and shares her words of wisdom which help others apply what she's learned to their own lives. I very much enjoyed Tara and Frank's adoration for one another and was heartbroken as Tara dealt with the loss of Frank, but I was also inspired by her strength. The "Digging Deeper" sections at the end of several chapters helped me find the relevance of Tara's experiences in my own life and I was left feeling inspired.
I highly recommend picking up a copy.