Jilted at the alter and insulted by her own family, Courtney is forced to move out and struggle...all because she was "plain".
If the shame of being jilted just before the marriage vows was not enough, the fact that her own family would not support her had driven Courtney to the depths of depression.
So she moved out of the family home, and finally when she was on her lowest ebb, she decided she would sell the engagement ring that now meant nothing. A chance encounter at the jewelers brings her into contact with the NFL star running back...and whole new world.
A world where appearances were everything.
©2015 Running Back to Love (P)2016 Burton Crown
Traveling therapist listening to AUDIBLE books while driving to far areas. Also host/produce radio show on KGLP 91.7 on staying positive!!
I wish this story was a little longer. The lead lady chooses to concentrate on developing (the inside) her mind & soul with books/stories and less on the superfical outside of herself. Her family and society judges females on appearances. Men can be butt ugly in a couple situation while the lady must be "attractive" BUT society doesn't accept the male in a couple to be handsome matched with a female the "looks" plain or unattractive.. The two main characters are jilted by their loved ones around the same time and find each other & thei mutual love of books exciting. But, in the end she gives in to society pressure & dolls up for him. Which makes society happy and accepts their pairing..
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