Book of love and marriage launched at Motorworld | THE DAILY HERALD

Copies of Erna Mae Francis’ “Love is Forever” went on sale after Friday evening’s book launching at the Motorworld showroom.

COLE BAY–Marriage and family therapist and success coach Erna Mae Francis-Cotton launched her book Love is Forever at the Motorworld showroom on Welfare Road on Friday evening.

The book is a true tale of the love and romance shared between 100-year-old Carmen Eleanore Hodge-Carrington and her deceased husband Ralph Gordon Carrington. Hodge-Carrington was the “lady of honour” during the book presentation with Minister of Education, Culture, Youth Affairs and Sport (ECYS) Wycliffe Smith among the audience.

Centenarian Carmen Eleanore Hodge-Carrington was the “lady of honour” during the book presentation.

In a world in which around 50 per cent of all marriages end in divorce, fewer people choose to be married and others live a life of drudgery in their marriage, Love is Forever tells the story of someone who is 100 years old; how she and her deceased husband fell in love in the midst of very challenging circumstances.

“It is even more exemplary that this love did not die after 54 years of marriage and her husband’s untimely death. Even at the age of 100, Mrs. Carmen Carrington is still in love with her husband. May her story inspire to find lasting love,” the author said about her latest book. Copies of the book went on sale after Friday’s launching event.

Source: The Daily Herald