You Made Me Love You: an eShort Sequel to Wish You Were Here

You Made Me Love You: an eShort Sequel to Wish You Were Here
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Genre: Contemporary Romance
Publisher: Howard Books
Publication Year: March 2014
ASIN: B00HL6SL0M
A heartwarming follow-up to Beth K. Vogt’s Wish You Were Here, called “quirky, snappy, and sweet” by bestselling and award-winning author Rachel Hauck, this e-short answers all of your lingering questions about Seth, Allison, and Daniel.
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A heartwarming follow-up to Beth K. Vogt’s Wish You Were Here, called “quirky, snappy, and sweet” by bestselling and award-winning author Rachel Hauck, this e-short answers all of your lingering questions about Seth, Allison, and Daniel.

Seth Rayner’s plans and dreams for the future disintegrated two years ago—when his bride-to-be fell for his brother, Daniel, and bolted from the church just before saying, “I do.”

Meghan Holloway, Allison’s best friend, is tired of men deciding she’s too outrageous and not worth the effort to love.

When Seth and Meghan are thrown together to plan a whirlwind wedding for Allison and Daniel, can they overcome their feelings of dislike they’ve held on to since high school and get along—and possibly find love?

This feel-good short story will have you smiling from beginning to end as Seth and Meghan discover that sometimes opposites do attract.

Reviews:

Beth Vogt has taken a novella and jam-packed it with full-blown characters and a love story that will knock your socks off.

Ever since I read “Wish You Were Here,” I wondered what became of Seth. Well, this story answers that question and more. If you love a good love story, this one will sweep you off your feet!
~A.E Arndt

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