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No Cure for the Broken Hearted by Kenneth Rosenberg | Book Review

No Cure for the Broken Hearted by Kenneth Rosenberg | Book Review No Cure for the Broken Hearted by Kenneth Rosenberg
Genres: American Literature, Fiction
Original Publication Date: 2010
Source: Advanced Reading Copy from the publisher.
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four-stars

Sometimes your very first love never quite lets you go. Katherine Spencer is an up-and-coming architect in New York City. Her professional life is on the fast track. Her personal life is a shambles. Katherine compares every man she ever meets to Nick Bancroft, the billionaire’s son who broke her heart one summer long ago. Now, twelve years later he’s suddenly reappeared, asking her to design a house at the cove where they shared their first kiss. Is he looking for an architect, or something more? And should she forgive him?

No Cure for the Broken Hearted tells the love story of Katherine Spencer and Nick Bancroft.

Katherine and Nick meet when they are teenagers during summer vacation and fall deeply in love. Nick comes from a wealthy family, however, and his mother does not approve of the match.

No Cure For The Broken Hearted Is A Love Story

After the summer is over, Nick breaks Katherine’s heart by never contacting her again. Even though she sends him letters, he doesn’t respond.

Twelve years later, Katherine is a successful young architect in New York when Nick suddenly re-enters her life. Nick wants Katherine to design a house for him. But why? Katherine doesn’t do residential design.

She soon realizes that she has never stopped loving Nick. He was her first love — her one and only. But does Nick feel the same way?

Katherine must travel around the world to solve the mystery of her relationship with Nick. Both Katherine and Nick discover that it is important to find out what you really want in life .

Heart in sand

Final Analysis

There is no sex in this book and little violence, so if those things bother you, never fear.

I really like this story. It is an enjoyable easy-to-read romance. The innocence of first love is deftly described, and the answers to questions that had been baffling Katherine for a long time are answered. If you love romance, get this book!

You can enjoy Rosenberg’s blog A Writer’s Life.

If you enjoyed this post, please read my review of Expiation by Greg Messel.

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About Kenneth Rosenberg

Kenneth Rosenberg is a California writer whose work has appeared in The Los Angeles Times, Surfer Magazine, and other publications. Kenneth attended UCLA where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature. When he is not writing, he spends his time surfing, snowboarding, and traveling the world on a shoestring.

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