Books by Gerald James Avila

by | Dec 2, 2020 | Featured Article | 0 comments

Gerald James Avila is the author of two romantic novels Table of Hearts and Home for Good.

Gerald James Avila is known for his heartwarming stories. So far, he has published two novels whose themes revolved around love, loss, and finding second chances in love and love. Today, we are going to take a closer look at Gerald James Avila’s two published works- Table of Hearts and Home for Good. Have a meaningful read.

Table of Hearts

Table of Hearts is Gerald James Avila’s debut novel. It was published ten years ago. The story features a wealthy young man who is about to take over their family’s business and become one of the most eligible bachelors in town. With money, fame, and glory awaiting him, Wallis Goginski wonders if all these will give him contentment and happiness in life. Table of Hearts is a story of one man seeking the love of his life and a family seeking to cement their legacy through this young man.

“Table of Hearts” is the story of a family’s saga, and their traditional values, as they move through the generations. It encompasses a love story, the Viet Nam War, and the family’s stock brokerage in Sonoma, California.

Following in the footsteps of those before him, Wallis Goginski has put the knowledge of his father and his grandfather to work for him and made the firm one of the most lucrative in history. However, although the generations of learning and trading have been good for the firm, are they everything Wallis wants out of life?

Or could the “good things” in life and the love of a woman mean even more?” (book description)

Home for Good

Home for good is the second romance book by Gerald James Avila. It was published 6 years after Table of Hearts. Home for Good follows a talented writer named Jeff Williams. Williams recently lost his wife to cancer. Before Marylin died, they had a good life together. Marylin was also a writer and many people viewed their marriage as a perfect one. They were each other’s best friend and partner. Before her wife passed away, Jeff was working on material about his life with Marylin and the happiness that she brings to his life. After Marylin’s death, the grief of Jeff Williams was inconsolable. He has almost forgotten his work and his other responsibilities. He even threw his typewriter from the window. One of their friends, Alice, decides to intervene and convinced Jeff to seek professional help. Alice introduced her to Dr. Joan Steele, a therapist. Although at first, the therapy seems to go nowhere. Dr. Steele decides to try a more personal and unorthodox method. Soon Jeff opens up to Joan and the two realized that they are falling in love with each other. Jeff then begins to recover and went back to writing. This newfound inspiration eventually helps Jeff let go of the past and allow himself a second chance at life. Home for Good is truly a heartwarming tale of love and redemption.

About the Author

Born in the early 1940s, Gerald James Avila’s love for writing began when he was just a young kid. His first piece was an article submission for Reader’s Digest when he was only three years old. The magazine was not able to publish it because it did not meet the required word count. Nonetheless, it did not deter young Jerry’s determination to continue writing. Jerry attended grammar school from 1951 to 1956. When he was 15 years old, he met an English teacher who inspired him to pursue creative writing. Today, Gerald James Avila is a published writer and author of two novels- Table of Hearts and Home for Good.

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