Friday, October 24, 2008

I’m pleased to review Cindy K. Green’s Relationship Rescue

Two broken hearts and a hopeful friend lead a couple on their path to a relationship rescue.

A few short months earlier, Robynn and Mitch were on their way to the altar, but then he let her walk out of his life. She was hurt, he was shattered and seeing each other each Sunday at church didn’t help.

However, their friend, Marina Anthony, wanted to play matchmaker and reluctantly her husband, Chad, agrees. Marina plans blind dates for both Robynn and Mitch which turn out to be disastrous and they wind up in the Anthony’s coffee shop to soothe their egos.

Robynn finds Mitch sitting on a couch reading the sports page. They begin to talk and they realize Marina, who happens to be beaming from the counter, set them up. They leave for a walk and find themselves in their special place in the park where they discover: Love is patient, love is kind. . .

Blurb:

After Mitchell Regan and Robynn Hartley broke off their engagement, they remained friends and continued attending the same church. They've attempted to keep their unhappiness a secret from each other and everyone else but they can't fool their close friends, Marina and Chad Anthony, who decide enough is enough. It's time for a Relationship Rescue.

I give this my red rose bouquet:
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Buy Link: http://www.thewildrosepress.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=144&products_id=965

5 comments:

Bess McBride said...

What a fabulous cover! Sigh..

Bess McBride

Kara Lynn Russell said...

I liked this story, too Vicki. And the cover really is fabulous. Nicola did a great job on my Orchard Hill covers, but I'm still jealous of this one.
Kara

Kimberlee said...

The story sounds great and the cover is amazing. Congrats, Cindy!

Cindy K. Green said...

Thank you Vicki for the lovely review. And thanks everyone who stopped by today. It is a fabulous cover--probably my favorite.

Victoria Pitts-Caine said...

Thanks for stopping by everyone. This is a really wonderful story. The cover caught my eye even before Cindy asked me to review it.

Victoria