The Cure, by Parker J. Cole, is a sweet romance with a wonderful message. Parker J. Cole does it again with a powerful combination of heart-tugging emotions, page-turning plot, and dynamic characters wrapped up with a message that compels spiritual growth.
About the book
Savannah Woods vows to never again have anything to do with Micah Reddington after he ruins her best friend’s career. Yet, when Savannah’s niece is injured in a serious accident, the one man she can’t trust is the one she needs.
Micah can barely contain his satisfaction when he sees Savannah’s message pleading for him to come to her side. Her disloyalty nearly cost his career and he’ll never forgive her for leaving him at the lowest point in his life.
Despite her efforts to remain aloof, Savannah keeps seeing glimpses of the Micah she once loved behind his cool exterior. Micah fights an ongoing battle to not succumb to the sweetness of the woman he once cared for beyond anything else. But Savannah and Micah’s hearts remain sick with the pangs of betrayal. What, if anything, is the cure?
Parker J. Cole is known for her edgy fiction, such as Vengeful Vows. While The Cure isn’t as edgy as some of her other titles, don’t mistake this for your average formulaic romantic tale. Savannah and Micah are multilayer characters that beg you to delve deeper into their story. I have to admit that I was pro Micah for most of the story. But as usual, when Parker J. Cole unravels her character’s story, you are left examining your own life and spiritual walk.
Full stars for this sweet romance!