Could you check something please?
Your recovery partition will most likely have an option that it can be accessed (run) by tapping a certain key at boot. On mine I think it's F10, on others it can be F11 or ctrl + F11. Find out which key yours is and try tapping it at boot. If the recovery starts up you will see a black screen with white writing near the bottom which says "Loading Windows Files" and a grey progress bar which turns white as files are loaded. If this proceeds to the recovery environment you will get choices re: recovering your system.
I would guess that if you get this far your recovery will work.
If you don't get any of this I would surmise that grub may have slightly over-written something the recovery partition needed. In that case it is now probably useless without testdisk or something similar.
If you get to the bluey-green background of the recovery environment you can cancel it without changing anything.