Just the Two of Us

Just the Two of Us

by Sean D. Young
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Overview

Just the Two of Us by Sean D. Young

From Author Sean D. Young, a romantic Valentine's short story.

Casey and Vincent grew up living next door to each other and have always been close. They're now twenty-three, and Casey never told Vincent that her feelings for him are much deeper than friendship. After college, Vincent took a job out of state, and now he's coming back with something important to tell her. Casey fears he's going to tell her he's fallen in love with someone else. She prepares for news she dreads, thinking that Valentine's Day will never be the same...

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013972674
Publisher: Sean D. Young
Publication date: 02/25/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 496,075
File size: 57 KB

About the Author

Sean began writing romance at the encouragement of her dear friend Christian Fiction Author Jacquelin Thomas. After the release of her first two novels TOTAL BLISS and WITH THIS RING in 2005 & 2006, Sean continued to work diligently at her craft and her next novel.

FROM THIS MOMENT, the second installment in the Hearts and Flowers Series, was released in January 2011. At an early age, Sean found that she loved words and tried to read everything she could get her hands on. She joined her first book club "Sweet Pickles" at the age of 7. Writing would come later, when she wrote short stories for her own enjoyment, then she wrote the Easter play for the youth at her church at the age of 12.

Sean, a graphic/web designer loves building websites and graphics almost as much as she loves writing her stories. She loves working in her church and lives in Northwest Indiana with her family.

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Just the Two of Us 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Took less than 10 minutes to read. It was a sweet but fairly predictable romantic short story.