Love is Enough

Love is Enough

by Cindy Rizzo

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781501087684
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/22/2014
Pages: 264
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)

About the Author

Cindy Rizzo's first novel, Exception to the Rule, won the 2014 award for Best Debut Fiction from Golden Crown Literary Society. Her short story, The Miracle of the Lights, will be published in the upcoming anthology Unwrap These Presents (Ylva Publishing). Earlier writing includes essays in the anthologies, Lesbians Raising Sons and Homefronts: Controversies in Non-Traditional Parenting. Cindy was also the co-editor of a fiction anthology, All the Ways Home, published in 1995 (New Victoria) in which her story Herring Cove was included.
Cindy has worked in philanthropy for many years and has a long history of involvement in the LGBT community. She serves on the boards of Congregation Beit Simchat Torah in New York and Funders for LGBTQ Issues. She lives in New York City with her wife, Jennifer, and their two cats. They have two grown sons, a wonderful daughter-in-law, and a baby granddaughter.
Cindy contacted at cindyrizzobooks@gmail.com, www.cindyrizzo.wordpress.com, www.facebook.com/ctrizzo, and @cindyrizzo (twitter).

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Love is Enough 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
NarielleLiving More than 1 year ago
First, let me say up front that I really enjoyed this book. It had romance, political intrigue, interesting characters, and a few good plot twists. As the book blurb states: Angie Antonelli has the life she’s always dreamed of—a promising political career, a supportive family, and great friends. The one thing missing is what she always hoped she’d have by now, a committed relationship with the woman of her dreams. Jan Clifford has been taking a break from women while she figures out how to create a life that is more fulfilling than the country club set of her parents and her job in the family’s investment firm. When Angie and Jan are set up on a blind date, the chemistry is immediate, but each wonders if she can really fit into the other’s world. What strikes me about this book is that it follows the theme of finding one’s self, or identity (in addition to the themes of love and hope). Everybody has three main questions to ask themselves in this life—Who am I? Where am I going? How will I get there?—and the characters of Angie and Jan are doing just that. The author has created well thought-out, believable characters that struggle with these questions, yet find their way with grace, humor, and love. I strongly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a fast-paced lesbian love story. In accordance with FTC regulations, I received a free electronic copy of this book in exchange for an honest review, which I have provided.