- File Size: 1513 KB
- Print Length: 278 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: September 13, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01KU6LESA
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,016,593 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
On the Corner of Heartache & Love Kindle Edition
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This truly original story line introduces readers to the beautifully built friendship between Zane and Maren. Both characters keep "bumping" into each other throughout the crazy circumstances on the corner. Ms. Swinton writes to capture the hearts of her readers in this fun, captivating book. The problems that plague Maren are real and hurtful; yet, her grace and willingness to try to work things out through talking with Zane shows how the friendship may turn to love. Each character written by Ms. Swinton adds a fun and exciting flip or twist to the story. This true classical tale of falling in love again to get over heartache will not disappoint. It is a story of triumph over the devastating bumps in life.
~ In D'Tale Magazine ~ Laura Dinsdale ~ 5 Star Crowned Heart Review
indtale.com/reviews/contemporary/corner-heartache-and-love --This text refers to the paperback edition.
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I really can't imagine a guy waiting like Zane does, but it is very romantic. The characters in this story felt very real. I could relate to Maren and her feelings of betrayal. I liked that she couldn't forgive her fiancé right away (yes, forgiveness is good, but sometimes it does take work!). I wanted to have a best friend like Cassidy, who not only is a great support, but also a pastry chef. I was drooling over the treats that she kept making.
The romance was sweet. I sighed over the happy ending, and need to wrap up my review now so that I can go reread it again. Another great book from Lisa Swinton!
Content: clean (some kissing, mention of lingerie received at a bridal shower, and mention of bachelorette party being held at a strip club)
The story was great. It was VERY easy to dislike the sister and VERY easy to like Zane (and Harrison, Mitchell, Andy, and the other good men in the story). I liked the way the story flowed. It would be so difficult to forgive and then have a relationship with your sister and brother-in-law after what happened to Maren.
I was surprised that it took Maren as long as it did to figure out the connection between Zane and the blogger. Even if she didn't realize it was him she should have recognized the similarities of their situation as soon as she got Zane's story.
Nonetheless, as I said I liked this story. It was well written, long enough to fully develop the story but not so long that it was ever boring, the characters were all great (even the selfish ones), it was clean, and (my favorite), the H and h found love. What could be better???
There was one detail that was a glaring eye roll, though - SPOILER ALERT: The main character is reading a blog about a man who was waiting a year for a girl, and she meets a man who is waiting a year for a girl... yet doesn't ever suspect that they're the same person? What, is this a more common thing that you'd never even think that the two might be the same person? It was a good tactic to get past the main character's defenses, but it could have been handled in a more realistic way.