Katherine Spencer is an up-and-coming architect in New York City. Her professional life is on the fast-track. Her personal life is a shambles. Katherine compares every man she ever meets to Nick Bancroft, the billionaire’s son who broke her heart one summer long ago. Now, twelve years later he’s suddenly reappeared, asking her to design a house at the cove where they shared their first kiss. Is he looking for an architect, or something more? And should she forgive him?
Katherine is a very hard worker and loves what she does, but she can't help but wonder why she does not have a more active love life. Every time she meets a guy and finds them attractive she turns the other way. No one will ever compare to her first love, Nick. Even though she has no type of friendship or connection to Nick now, he set the standard high for her. That all changes though when Nick comes looking for her to hire her to design his lake house. From there it's just one roller coaster ride after another. Trying to prove to herself that she does not have a thing for Nick anymore, Katherine decides to take on the job. Things just get harder and harder for her after that. As much as she tries to deny it, Nick will always be the love of her life.
I really felt for Nick and Katherine. Both holding on to something so strong and not knowing if it's real or just a memory. Nick is rich and pretty much a celebrity, where as Katherine is just an architect and an average woman. They both fell in love with each other as teens and promised to always keep in touch by writing and calling each other. Of course Nick's mother made sure they lost contact because to her, Katherine is not and will never be the right girl for her son.
No Cure for The Broken Hearted is a story for everyone. I laughed, smiled, cried and wished it never ended. I don't even know what to say besides that there wasn't anything about this book that I did not like. It's easy to get lost in and once you start it you can't help but feel relaxed. I loved it and I am really looking forward to reading any other books by Kenneth Rosenberg. Great story!
5 out of 5 Stars!