On the Corner of Heartache and Love by Lisa Swinton

September 14, 2016 | 1 Comment
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On the Corner of Heartache and Love by Lisa SwintonOn the Corner of Heartache and Love
Author: Lisa Swinton
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Format: eBook
Pages: 263
Date: September 13, 2016
Publisher: Indie

Maren’s stuck at the intersection of heartache and love, but happily ever after might be just around the corner.

After three years, Maren Summers is elated to finally have her dream wedding to her dream man, Kevin Bryant. In her sights is the promotion to weddings she’s worked so hard for at the newspaper. Happily ever after is within her grasp…

Until Kevin jilts her at the altar, elopes with another woman, and becomes her boss. Devastated by the twisted turn of events Maren moves in with her best friend and notices the not-so-homeless guy on the corner, Zane Whitfield. As his heart-wrenching tale unfolds—his vow to wait a year on the corner for his lost love—Maren sees his compassionate human-interest story as her ticket away from Kevin, weddings, and her heartache.

But as the New Year approaches, is Maren headed for heartache again when Zane’s lost love returns or has time changed more than one heart?

Rating: Mild+. Mild crude humor; mild kissing; mild sensuality.

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About Lisa Swinton

Lisa Swinton

Award winning author Lisa Swinton caught the romance bug early by way of fairy tales. A doctor’s wife and busy mom of two, she puts her musical theater degree to use at church and in community theater. She enjoys researching her family tree, painting her house, and baking. She loves to travel and all things Jane Austen. In her next life, she’d like to be a professional organizer.


One response to “On the Corner of Heartache and Love by Lisa Swinton

  1. Julie

    Engaging story of forgiveness and overcoming grief (hysterically over-the-top grief, in this case) and finding happiness. I found myself skimming a few parts that didn’t seem important to the story, but I liked it overall. And it has a really good ending!

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