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Monday, July 4, 2011

Review: No Cure for the BrokenHearted - Kenneth Rosenberg


Wanting a good chick-lit novel to read ?

No Cure for the Broken Hearted
Review: No Cure for the Broken Hearted - Kenneth Rosenberg- December 2010
It's not everyday that you find a Chick-Lit novel written by a male , but what I always find interesting is that it can be just as good as if a female wrote it.
No Cure for the Broken Hearted , starts off like any Chick Lit novel, we are confronted with Katherine who is now an amazing architect and single . She had one love that hurt her twelve years ago when she was sixteen years old - she was in love with Nick and thought that he felt the same way but alas not and broke her heart. Now twelve years later, Nick has come back into her life and wants her to build his house for him and his new fiancee - his soon-to-be trophy wife bride. Reluctantly , Katherine accepts to building the home , hoping that by watching Nick get married and have a new life means that she can finally move on . However, as the novel goes on - we see that Nick has other plans as he finds himself falling for Katherine . Will Nick go through with his marriage to his bride who reminded me of a zilla or will he discover that is happily ever after was with Katherine , but by the time Nick discovers what he wants - would Katherine had finally moved on and gotten over her unrequited love for Nick?
No Cure for the Broken Hearted is a novel that reads to readers that if you love somebody, then hurry and tell them as if you leave it for that "appropiate time" it may be already too late.
For a nice light-hearted 4th July read , Check out Kenneth Rosenberg's No Cure for the Broken Hearted.


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