Still, their attraction to each other is undeniable, and it's Jenna who starts off determined to get to know Sam as something more than a fellow bridesmaid. Trying to keep a low profile so they don't upstage the wedding is important to each of them, but soon it becomes clear that moving forward means coming out – for them both.
Love is love, but sometimes you don't know it until you find yourself taking the leap.
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About the Author
When she was in third grade, Megan Hart fell in love for the first time. Not with a boy (that would wait until fourth grade), but with a story. Homecoming by Ray Bradbury leaped out at her from the pages of a library book, and she tumbled head over heels. In the dark ages, before the days of photocopiers, the only way for her to keep a copy of this story was to copy it out by hand so she could read it over and over again. Something funny happened, though, as she carefully printed it on lined notebook paper.