I Never Thought I’d See You Again

Print ISBN: 978-1-61188-079-3
E-book ISBN: 978-1-61188-080-9
Publication Date: July 30, 2013 -- 424 pages

"All the stories in this collection leave an impression and each is worth reading."– Evie's Book Reviews

I never thought I’d see you again.

What comes to your mind when you see that phrase? A reunion with a former lover? A shocking encounter with a dark face from your past? A dearly held memory come to life . . . or one you’ve tried desperately to purge from your mind?

In this extraordinary collection of original fiction, sixteen great storytellers spin the tales that filled their imaginations when considering that sentence:
• New York Times bestselling author Allison Brennan brings us the reunion of father and daughter under deadly circumstances.
• USA Today bestselling author Janet Tronstad weaves a tale of lost love on a Christmas Eve during the Great Depression.
• New York Times bestselling author Alyssa Day traverses realities to pull together generations.
• USA Today bestselling author Kathryn Shay returns to her Hidden Cove series to tell of a father returning to his son’s life . . . and turning that life upside down.

Romance, suspense, and magic, secrets unearthed, mysteries revealed, and promises finally kept – all of this and much, much more comes to you in this unforgettable anthology that is every bit as evocative as the title that served as its inspiration.

Contributors include:
Allison Brennan
Alyssa Day
Dianne Despain
JoAnn A. Grote
Greg Herren
Ann La Farge
Kelly McClymer
Barbara Meyers
Shirley Parenteau
Mary Hart Perry
C. B. Pratt
Laura Resnick
Kathryn Shay
Deb Stover
Janet Tronstad
Janet Woods


"You want a good read, you found it. Give it a try and get hooked."– Sippy Cups and Prada


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"Delightful stories sure to impress the most discerning reader."– Literarily Illumined

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