Chicago, IL (PRWEB) September 20, 2012
Core-shaking, moving and engaging, A Trip to Remember reveals one man’s journey as he relives the moments he had with his loving wife. Written by Angel R. Morales, this compelling book reveals a true-to-life story of a couple who embodies the meaning of true love in every way, shape and form.
In this book, readers will witness how Angel R. Morales and his wife Iris have evolved throughout time. From the raw beginnings as to how they met, to the romantic episodes of their relationship and all the way into dealing with the realities of their married life, this book illustrates the undying love they have for one another. Also etched within the pages are the episodes of their careers. Morales was a photographer and Iris was working for the navy. Readers will see an up close and personal glimpse into their family life, with Alex, their only child. They will also experience the tear-jerking and poignant scenes of how Iris bravely fought her battle with liver disease and how Morales stood by her side the whole way through.
A story that will make one realize the value of relationships and the things that truly matter in life, this book will definitely inspire readers to make the most out of the time they have with their loved ones. A must-read for every couple, and those who want to feel what true love really is, A Trip to Remember is a literary work that stirs one’s senses.
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About the Author
Angel R. Morales is a photographer, photojournalist. He is also an aspiring writer for newspapers and had several other skills he performed in his life. He put it all aside for the sake of his wife, Iris.
A Trip to Remember * by Angel R. Morales
Publication Date: July 20, 2012
Trade Paperback; $15.99; 73 pages; 978-1-4771-2611-0
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