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"Nina Barry doesn't mind suffering for her art because she believes in herself and after graduating college she stays in New York to pursue her career. She has many friends but no one special that is until she lays eyes on Danny de Zayas, the only trouble is he's taken. Danny de Zayas loves being an entrepreneur and after he graduates college that's exactly what he intends to do, life however has other plans for him. Those plans include a different career path than he envisioned and a different woman too because the first time he sees Nina Barry he sees possibilities that he only dreamed of before. Nina and Danny have love on their side, but sometimes love isn't enough. Will they make it, you'll have to read the novel yourself to find out. But believe me you'll enjoy the ride.
Cindi Myers has a way of telling a story that makes her readers part of it by making them feel like they're right there during conversations, arguments and hardships and that's really what a reader wants, to feel an ownership of the story. She brings us a true love story between real life people and that makes us even more intimate with the players in this tale. She uses clear and descriptive dialogue that flows easily throughout the novel so her audience can easily experience all the different senses right along with her cast of characters. Her hero and heroine are extra special to the readers because this is their real romance on paper and they are so worthy of their Happy Ever After although fate and circumstance makes us and them work really hard to get there. Her love scenes are shaded just enough that no reader will be put off by them and yet extremely sensual in their reality.
It's a true feel good, heartwarming love story. One that any lover of a great romance will appreciate with the added bonus of it being an actual memoir as well. Buy it, read it, share it with others and you like me will be left with the knowledge that true love is not only possible but is out there for real. . . ." To read more visit http://thereadingfrenzy.blogspot.com/2011/03/review-of-work-of-heart-by-cindi-myers.html.