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What do you do when you receive a wedding invitation from the one girl you always thought you would marry?
Sam- Lauren and her twin brother were my best friends growing up. She captured my heart from the moment I first saw her dancing through the sprinkler. I always kept my feelings hidden though, standing back as she dated other guys, afraid to cross that line and risk losing her. I even went out with a few girls myself, but no one ever measured up.
Then that dreaded day arrived, and I knew I'd lost her forever.
Lauren- Sam was always my constant. My rock. My best friend. That feeling, the one I only got around him, had never been matched by another man. But Sam never showed me he felt anything more for me than friendship, so I moved on...
Now, standing at the end of the aisle, ready to walk to my forever, my mind spins with what-ifs. Do I keep moving forward, knowing a man who loves me is at the end? Or do I risk it all, for the one man I've always wanted, and hope he wants me in return.
A True Follow Your Heart Story!
"I wouldn't change my decision for anything, because look where that got us. And I know who's held my heart for so many years. I feel complete when I'm with you."
This was such a sweet story! One of unvoiced love, heartbreak, following your heart, and second chances.
Sam Cole has been in love with her for years. Of course, she wouldn't know that since he never told her. They've been best friends since she moved across the street all those years ago. Now, his silence has led to this. Watching her walk down the aisle to a man that isn't him. Nope, he can't do it. He has to leave. It's torture. He has to let her go - he's lost his chance. Right?
Lauren Kramer has been in love with her best friend, Sam, for as long as she can remember. But, he doesn't feel the same, or if he did, he's never shown it. Now, her big day is here. Her wedding to Brad. He's a good man and she loves him. But, is he really the ONE? Standing at the back of the aisle, she only has a few yards to decide - does she keep walking forward, or take a chance on "what if"?
I enjoyed this story! It makes you think of all the "what ifs" in your life that you took a chance on, or the ones that you regret not exploring. This was a great start to this series and I can't wait for the next one!