A Beginner's Guide to Starting Over (Paperback)
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"Gabi Coatsworth's debut novel, A Beginner's Guide to Starting Over, tenderly explores grief, self-discovery, and reinvention in middle life. Readers will cheer for Molly as she learns that standing on one's own often requires getting comfortable with leaning on others. The heartwarming, hopeful tale is also a gentle reminder that it's possible to fall in love more than once in a lifetime."
- Jamie Beck, Wall Street Journal bestselling author
It's time for widow Molly Stevenson to stand on her own two feet. With blind dates, a needy ghost, and her small-town bookstore in trouble, she's going to need all her inner strength to prevent another unhappy ending.
Forty-something Molly can't bear to remove her wedding band. Still grieving the death of her beloved husband, the last thing she needs is her sleazy landlord raising the rent to drive her bookshop out of business. Now, this mild-mannered indie bookstore owner must find the inner strength to turn the page to a brand-new chapter.
So she's relieved when the ghost of her husband arrives claiming he's there to help. But is he?
With a little nudge from beyond the grave, Molly hatches a plan to revitalize her boutique and keep the doors open. But with everyone, including her spectral spouse, insisting she start dating again, Molly isn't sure what's worse-the dates she meets online or the love of her life trying to find her a new man-who's not quite as good as him. How will she find the courage to fight for herself?