An army veteran herself, author Wesley Bauguess knew the risks her husband, an 82nd Airborne major, faced every day. But when he was killed in action, she had to lean on the lessons learned in church, the Army, and on the golf course to find the strength to carry on.
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About the Author
Wesley Hobbs Bauguess is a Christian, an Army veteran, an Army widow, and a lifelong golfer. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in communications and a Master of Science degree in administration. A speaker for two military charities, she and her two amazing daughters live in North Carolina.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book was written by my daughter's golf coach. She lost her husband while he was on active duty. Wesley does a fantastic job of relaying her emotions throughout the entire book. I would highly recommend it to everyone. I believe that it has something everyone can relate to on some level.
In her first book, Wesley Bauguess weaves together so many threads to form the tapestry which is the story of her family's life. It is a beautiful love story. It is a story of great courage and tenacity. It's an account of international intrigue and betrayal. It is a story of a lifelong love of a sport, and of a remarkable commitment to one's spouse and family. But most of all, it's the story of a dedicated walk in faith, and of tremendous patriotism. If you are a human being with feelings, this book will find your heartstrings and tug at them. A must read. Bravo Wesley Bauguess. Steve Missouri
This book captures the wonderful love story of Larry and Wesley. And it shows the strength a person has in the face of tragedy with the help of the love of God, the love of country and the love of golf. People often ask about a person when a loved one dies, how do they get through it? This book tells in vivid and heart-wrenching detail. Any one who has lost a loved one can relate to this book. At the same time showing them how to live to honor their loved one's memory. This book caused me to go through a range of emotions while reading, much like the author of this book while facing this tragedy. Wesley brings honor to Larry's memory and tells a story that needs to be told.