Thursday, September 9, 2010
Romance Book Review: Love Hurts
Genre: Contemporary Romance/ Christian Romance
Publisher: Lyrical Press
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Shania has been trying to tell her best friend that she is in love with him for months. Now its Mark's wedding day to another woman and Shania's last chance to tell him how much she loves him.
Mark is surprised by Shania's confession, but once again the couple is interrupted and Shania gets away from him before he can find he she flees and he doesn't know where she has run off to.
Shania and her son have started a new life. She wants to forget about Mark and her son's father. She is finishing up her degree and she's going to make a new life for her and her baby son.
It may have been a few months since he's seen Shania, but Mark is determined not to let her go this time.
Love Hurts is a well written contemporary romance filled with real life characters, with good dialog and a cute little tyke who steals the attention of readers.
Can you ever really trust in love?
Falling in love with her fiancé’s best friend is wrong—right? Not in Shania Miller’s case it isn’t. The man she vowed to marry has a second fiancée and failed to remember her after returning from Iraq. Now, unable to trust in love, she answers lonely hearts calls, saving up enough money to attend a university three hours away from the only home she’s known.
Broken hearted, Shania and her son move to Briarwood, Indiana. Struggling financially, she wonders if she’ll ever have a complete family – one with a mommy and a daddy for her son - will become a reality?
Mark Hardwick stood silently by as his friend broke Shania Miller’s heart. His faith allows him to help Shania, especially after she’s abandoned by her fiancé and family. Why then, did he hesitate when she announced her broken engagement and love for him on his wedding day?
Content warning, explicit sex scenes and violence.