Love and Care: 'An honest and thoughtful memoir. Moving but full of hope. Beautiful.' Kate Mosse
'An honest and thoughtful memoir. Moving but, ultimately, full of hope. Beautiful.' KATE MOSSE
'Superb. Love & Care is a book about the unbreakable bonds of family, the cruelty of passing time and a love that never dies.' TONY PARSONS
'A beautiful, intimate story of love and understanding - candid and funny. This is a lyrical memoir of hope and forgiveness.' RAYNOR WINN, author of The Salt Path
'He's in hospital again . . . and he's not eating. Perhaps you should think about coming back to the UK,' Brenda said. 'I don't think your dad will be going home again.'
Shaun's mother is in a care home with Parkinson's Dementia and now his father is dying. He should go back.
And yet this was supposed to be his time. Shaun has relocated to a new country to make a fresh start. His two daughters are grown-up. He has moved on from the divorce. He is single and he is free and still hoping to find love again.
Will this mean giving up on his own life?
' A heart-warming, heart-wrenching, and beautifully humane account of loving and caring. ' NICCI GERRARD, novelist and author of What Dementia Teaches Us About Love
'An insightful tale of care . . . this book needed to be written.' JO GOOD, BBC Radio London
'A vital subject, a really strong voice and, hurrah, humour makes this absorbing reading.' CAROLINE RAPHAEL, Radio 4's Book at Bedtime
' An eye-opening - and at times jaw dropping - account that will make you weep with its tenderness and compassion . . . A highly readable tale of redemption and a celebration of love's many hues. ' PAUL BLEZARD, Love Reading
' Moving' DAILY MAIL
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