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Beth K. Vogt

Beth K. Vogt

Genres:
Contemporary
Beth K. Vogt is a new fiction author who said she'd never write fiction. She's the wife of an Air Force physician who said she'd never marry a doctor or anyone in the military. She's a mom of four who said she'd never have kids. Vogt has discovered that God's best offers wait behind the doors marked "Never." Her publishing credits include: Discipleship Journal, Virtue, The Christian Communicator, and Crosswalk.com.
Almost Like Being in Love (Destination Wedding #2)

Almost Like Being in Love (Destination Wedding #2)

(June 2016)
Genres:
Romance
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Publisher: Howard Books
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ISBN: 9781476789804
Winning an all-expenses paid Colorado destination wedding might seem like a dream come true for some people—but Caron Hollister and her boyfriend Alex Madison aren’t even engaged. How is she supposed to tell him she’s won their wedding and honeymoon when he hasn’t asked her to marry him? Being “perfect for one another” seems like the absolute best reason to get married. But what if their supposedly faultless relationship is merely a safe place to protect his secrets and a way to keep their families happy? After quitting her job, Caron accepts her best friend’s offer to visit Colorado. She needs to catch her breath. Who knows, maybe visiting the destination wedding site will make a future with Alex seem like a reality.

Kade Webster just landed the biggest deal of his life with his company, Webster Select Realty, participating in the Colorado Springs Tour of Homes. He never imagined he would run into the woman who broke his heart—Caron Hollister—right when his career is taking off. Seeing her again, Kade can’t help but wonder why Caron walked away from him years ago, leaving him with no explanation. When Kade learns his home stager won’t be able to help with the Tour of Homes, he vaults past all the reasons he should stay away from Caron, and offers her a temporary job helping him on the project. This time, their relationship is purely business.

Spending time with Kade has Caron questioning everything. The man intrigues her—at times infuriates her—and reminds her of what she lost. Has she been settling for what everyone expects of her? Just because others believe she and Alex are an ideal couple, does that mean they should get married? And how can Caron say “I do” to one man when she’s wondering “what if?” about another?

 
 

 

 

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