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By Kenneth Rosenberg | Comments: ( 997 ) | Date: ( Nov 14, 2019 )

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 shareKatherine 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 And should she forgive him No Cure for the Broken Hearted is a contemporary romance about the heartache that comes with first love.


  • Title: No Cure for the Broken Hearted
  • Author: Kenneth Rosenberg
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 105
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Kenneth Rosenberg

Kenneth Rosenberg is a California writer whose work has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Surfer Magazine and other publications Kenneth attended UCLA where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature When he is not writing, he spends his time surfing, snowboarding and traveling the world on a shoestring.



Comments No Cure for the Broken Hearted

  • TJ

    4.5/5.0 but considering this is a debut in romance, totally worth the bump!This story catches the reader from the first page. A successful woman who never completely got over her first (teenage) love is relatable to almost every woman on the planet. The question of "what would I do if that crush suddenly appeared at my door?" is not only intriguing but just plain fun to contemplate as one follows Katherine, the heroine, down that road. Given the fact that her summer crush was also a billionaire' [...]


  • Tara Chevrestt

    How many of you have had a passionate love affair/relationship in your life that you simply could never completely get over? Perhaps too many things were left unsaid, leaving the constant feeling of "unfinished business." Perhaps he or she rocked your boat like no one else has since. Whether it was lust or love, he or she is the one person you never forget. Even years later, married to someone else entirely, you still think about and wonder about that person. This is the problem Katherine has sh [...]


  • L.A.

    Article first published as Book Review:No Cure for the Broken Hearted by Kenneth Rosenberg on Blogcritics. I have heard it said, “Youth is wasted on the young.” Life is not always, what you plan. Sometimes, what happens in your youth changes those plans in unexpected ways. Katherine Spencer had such an epiphany, meeting a young Nick Bancroft at just sixteen years of age, she finds herself wildly in love. However, when the wealthy young man returns home, she never hears from him again.She bec [...]


  • Murphy's Library

    (from Murphy's Library - murphyslibrary/ - 3 and a half rating)Katherine Spencer is an architect living her prime in New York City. She lives for work, and she has no problem at all with that—although Amanda, her best friend, keeps trying to drag her out to meet new guys. Katherine has never got over her first love, though, a guy she met when she was 16.Nick, 17, is the son of billionaires, and meets Katherine when she is spending summer vacations in a small town in Connecticut with her parent [...]


  • Damaris (GoodChoiceReading)

    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 r [...]


  • PaulaPhillips

    It's not everyday that you find a Chick-Lit novel written by a male , but what I always find interesting is that it can be just as good as if a female wrote it.No Cure for the Broken Hearted , starts off like any Chick Lit novel, we are confronted with Katherine who is now an amazing architect and single . She had one love that hurt her twelve years ago when she was sixteen years old - she was in love with Nick and thought that he felt the same way but alas not and broke her heart. Now twelve ye [...]


  • Cherye Elliott

    Loved it!I love Kenneth Rosenberg's books. Love stories from the heart. He makes one believe that there can be and will be a happily ever after.


  • Deanna Perkins

    First I want to thank Stella at Ex Libris for the awesome giveaway she hosted where I won this book. Kenneth even signed and sent me the book himself. I was very excited to read this book since it’s a male author writing love stories. The only real experience I have with that is Nicholas Sparks, so I was excited to add another male author to my list. The problem is it’s been sitting on my shelf ever since the giveaway so I’m happy I finally got around to this book!So I really enjoyed the f [...]


  • Samuel

    No Cure For The Broken Hearted follows Katherine Spencer through a somewhat formulaic plot to find love with her old sweetheart, but you know what? Formula is formula for a reason, because it works. So I'm not marking it down because of the slightly less than original plot, it's the kind of book you could take with you on holiday, the kind of book that pushes no envelopes leaves everyone well within their comfort zones and is a good book to unwind with, or at least that's how it starts out. The [...]


  • Beverly

    My thoughts:This book is wonderfully written! Insightful and refreshing! A story of self discovery and the search for what is most important in life!This is the first true romance that I can remember reading that the author was a man, where I opened the book knowing that the writer was a man and I wondered about perspective and voice. I was impressed. He has shown a fantastic grasp of the intricacies of the emotions of both men and women. Kenneth Rosenberg has created characters that you can bel [...]


  • Cortney

    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?This story takes you on [...]


  • Radella

    Is it possible to find the love of your life as a teenager? Twelve years after the summer romance, Katherine and Nick find themselves together again. Katherine is an up-and-coming architect who has buried herself in her work to avoid love. No one she meets will ever compare to the lost love of her youth. Nick is a millionaire playboy, always in the tabloids for his exploits. When Nick hires Katherine to build his dream house, Katherine try and resists the attraction that is still between them, w [...]


  • Jennifer

    Katherine has spent years trying to get over Nick. They met one summer and fell in love. Promises were made and broken. As days turned into weeks and weeks to years, both Katherine and Nick changed. They became closed off from love and each other. She won't date and doesn't seem to care about anything but her job. Nick, on the other hand, is running around without a care. Or so it would seem. He looks her up and attempts to hire her to design a house for him. From there, romance blooms, only to [...]


  • Jessica

    I really enjoyed this romantic story! How could you not? Plus, is there a woman out there that can't relate to the "what if?" game? What if it really worked out between me and my first love? What if he showed up at my front door years later? These are questions Katherine Spencer faces. She is an extremely successful architect who lives for her job despite her best friend's efforts. Katharine is okay with this until her crush, a boy she met when she was 16, shows up to have her design his dream h [...]


  • Aislynn

    My Thoughts:I was first drawn to this story because it was about an Architect. Being a house designer myself it really peeked my interest. Boy was I not disappointed!! This story hooked me right from the first paragraph, and kept me completely engrossed until the very last page.Everyone has "what if's" in their life, and Kate is no exception to that. She has always had a special place in her heart for that first love - Nick. These two met one summer and fell in love - Nick the son of a wealthy f [...]


  • Tifferz

    Tifferz Take:So, I found this book on my good reads clean romance group. It sounded really good so I picked it up off ! I can tell you that it was worth the money. I was not disappointed at all. I devoured this book in a day! It was a fast paced romance that I totally enjoyed and will read again. I think I have found a new author! Kenneth does a great job developing the characters and the growing relationship with Katherine and Nick. This book does contain a little bit of swearing. Over all I re [...]


  • Mary (BookHounds)

    Katherine's first love broke her heart at sixteen and although she tries to move on, she keep comparing every man she meets to Nick, the rich kid who stole her heart during a summer romance. They vow to stay in touch, but his mother makes sure that never happens. She becomes a celebrated architect and workaholic, despite the efforts of her BFF, Amanda to get her to meet guys, Nick has bruised her heart and she carries a bit of resentment with her always, so when he approaches her to design a hou [...]


  • Nookmom (Courtney)

    Wow. I really enjoyed this book. The characters were so well written and I was able to really connect with Katherine. I enjoyed the flash backs to the summer she and Nick met as teenagers. I thought for sure the story would end when Nick realized he still loved Katherine and called off the wedding to Fiona. I did not expect the journey that followed. I would have liked the ending to be better. The scene where they are inspecting the house and then go down to the lake and she voices her doubts ju [...]


  • jackie frye

    The summer she was 16 Katherine Spencer fell in love with Nick Bancroft. Twelve years later Katherine is a rising star in the field of architecture and Nick is a millionaire playboy. Katherine has not seen Nick since the morning he promised to write ever day (she did not receive a single letter) when he appears in her office and asked her to design a house for him at the lake on the cove they shared their first kiss. Reluctantly Katherine agrees to design Nick’s house. The old saying, “The c [...]


  • Helena

    I was really enjoying this book, until it all went downhill shortly after Nick said "I don't." The manhunt was ridiculous and hard to follow. It just threw all the well developed characters in the first half of the book out the window. The conclusion was hurried and didn't seem to fit in with the characters. And what about the conqueneces of a random African holiday? It's as if once she got back, the trip was immediately forgotten. Its not mentioned how her work or social life may have suffered, [...]


  • Karen (Kew)

    I did enjoy reading this. It's a refreshing change from the usual formula of modern romance novels to be able to concentrate on their love story rather than their bedroom antics! I liked the characters of Katherine and Nick so would have enjoyed a longer ending - I don't want to comment too much as I don't want to spoil the story for someone who hasn't read it yet, but the huge gaps that seemed to loom between the lifestyles of the lovers was resolved a bit too quickly and neatly for me. Dont' l [...]


  • Katie W

    Katherine Spencer and Nick Bancroft met as teenagers and fell in love. But the summer ended, and so, apparently did their love, Fast forward twelve years. Katherine is now an up-and-coming architect in NYC and Nick is still a billionaire playboy, and has just hired her to design a lake house for him. He is also engaged to marry a pop tart, er, star. The romance was sweet and clean. The characters were fun, especially Byron. My problem with the story is probably something personal: some language, [...]


  • Janice Horton

    Back in January, I grabbed a last minute flight and needed some Kindle books to take on my trip. One of the books I downloaded, after skim reading a couple of reviews and seeing some five-star ratings, was Kenneth Rosenberg’s No Cure for the Broken Hearted. It seemed like my kind of book. I wasn’t disappointed.The love story between Katherine and Nick, which had began when they were teenagers together in a small town in Connecticut, is reawakened twelve years later, when Nick is engaged to [...]


  • Paul Liburd

    This is the first love story I have ever read. I only chose to read it because I was feeling depressed and needed some emotional escapism. Well this little book did the trick. Once I began the book, I could not put it down. I was so carried away with the story that I felt as if I was right there. I am not one given to tears but by the end of the book, my eyes were a little moist. Just as well I was alone so I could weep in privacy.


  • Jo Notary

    278p 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 19s son who broke her heart one summer long ago. Now, twelve years later he 19s 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?


  • Kathleen Crowell

    totally unbelievable after a promising start. no way about the helicopter. no way about calling to be bailed out of jail. no way would a wedding invite go out in the fall for the spring and go to an architect/high school sweetheart. no way would she be invited to the engagement party, rehearsal dinner, wedding and be a guest at the family home prior to the wedding.


  • Eilidh

    I got this on my kindle because I really hadn't read a girly easy read book for a while. I really liked it to begin with however throughout the book I found it getting more and more stupid and less believable. It was well written I just found the story line unoriginal and unbelievable, I think it could have been so much better!


  • Lynn Smith

    Enjoyed the story, kept me guessing until the end what was going to happen with Nick and Katherine. Yet I wasn't sure exactly what I wanted to happen. I was torn between Katherine getting over Nick and moving on or having their HEA.


  • Cindy

    This was a fun romance about first love, love lost and love found. The story was well done and adventurous. I enjoyed Katherine, Fiona, Byron,Amanda and Nick they were great. Harriet, Harriet you were one lucky chick in the end, you made me so so angry! some languageClean romance


  • Donna Bills

    It tells us true love really exsists


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