‘In Search of Love’ Shows the Dangers of an Abusive Relationship

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Author Sarah Hamilton uses her past experiences to show readers how to avoid destructive relationships.

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Love has pushed a multitude of people to do incredible things.

Love is considerably one of the driving forces in a person’s life. Indeed love has pushed a multitude of people to do incredible things. Sadly though love has also pushed people to do very dangerous things, such as staying in abusive relationships. “In Search of Love” is author Sarah Hamilton’s eye-opening new book that delves into the many hardships she has endured in the search for love.

“In Search of Love” is a truly engrossing read that follows Hamilton’s harrowing search for love. It shows how she had a very hard childhood and how she was forced to live in a volatile and dangerous environment and how she dreamed of being loved above all else. She soon leaves home in search of that love only to find herself in a relationship with an abusive and narcissistic man, who constantly abuses her and their children. This inspiring story tells how she was able to break free of her abusive bonds and start a new life free from fear and abuse, where she can raise her two daughters in peace.

This is a highly empowering book that shows how abuse can destroy a person’s life and how it can lead one to get into very destructive relationships. “In Search of Love” shows readers that love should never come at a price.

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About the Author
This book is all about the author Sarah Hamilton’s life , how it happened and what she had to endure, it is spoken from the heart and all that is in it is how her life happened step by step. How it has affected her life, after this book was published she had a brain tumor and did not know if she would come out of a 7-hour operation. But she did and now she is here to tell the tale. This is why it is so important for her to make this succeed.

In Search of Love* by Sarah Hamilton
Trade Paperback; $24.99; 50 pages; 9781469193489

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For more information, contact Xlibris at 0800-443-678 or on the web at http://www.Xlibris.co.nz.

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