Vanilla Heart Publishing and Chelle Cordero will donate $1 per copy of Bartlett’s Rule sold from midnight October 18, 2009 through midnight October 31, 2009 to The National Domestic Violence Hotline, to further their amazing work.
Why Bartlett’s Rule?
Reviewed by Bobi
When Paige and Lon met it was purely for business but it wasn’t long before their hearts took control. Paige’s past comes back to haunt them and they soon come to realize that the devastating effects of rape and abuse extend beyond time and place to impact more than the primary victim herself. Lon has to grapple with his own intense anger and hurt over Paige’s assault. He also has to overcome mis-perceptions of his personal character while building a foundation of trust between himself and Paige.
Ms. Cordero skillfully tackles this topic as she poignantly tells the story of their journey to heal and develop a relationship based on strong reliance.
Bartlett’s Rule is more than a love story; it relates a valuable lesson for both men and women.
*The inclusion of links and/or information about National Domestic Violence Hotline constitutes no endorsement from said organization.
Preventing Abuse – Interview with Chelle Cordero – Author of Bartlett’s Rule
I’ll be joining Jeanine Swatton on SWATTON LIVE to discuss my novel, Bartlett’s Rule. This is a story of a woman recovering from the devastating effects of rape while she learns to trust and fall in love again. The story explores the secondary victim challenges facing the man she meets (after the rape) and the effects on people around them.
Please join us at 9PM EST, Oct 28 at http://bit.ly/16ZF8M
“Chelle Cordero will join us in discussing her novel, Bartlett’s Rule. This is a story of a woman recovering from the devastating effects of rape while she learns to trust and fall in love again. The story explores the secondary victim challenges facing the man she meets (after the rape) and the effects on people around them.”
Jeanine Swatton is the CEO/PR Director of Swatton Live, LLC. She is the co-founder of “Preventing Abuse Against Women”. Jeanine holds a Master’s degree in Computer Science from Boston University. Her vision is to help women who are victims of abuse and provide them with the services and tools to become empowered.