The Meet Cute - The Boy at the BBQ: A Short Story (The Meet Cute)

By Katey Lovell

A gorgeously romantic short story, part of The Meet Cute series.

Betsy and Seb spent their early childhood playing together in the sandpit at the park, but lost touch when Seb’s family moved away. Since he moved back to the area Betsy’s developed quite the crush on him, but she’s not even sure he knows she exists…

Format: Digital download
Release Date: 19 May 2016
Pages: None
ISBN: 978-0-00-816647-2
Katey Lovell grew up in South Wales and now lives in Sheffield with her husband David, son Zachary and their friendly moggie Clarence. If she’s not writing, she’ll most likely be found with her nose in a book or reviewing on her blog Books with Bunny.

”'..absolutely delightful, a short yet perfectly formed story…” - Little Northern Soul

”'Ahhh - how could you not love this dreamy little short story? Katey Lovell’s The Boy in the Bookshop appealed to all my bookish senses… I was swooning all the way through!” - Reviewed the Book

”'Perfect reading material for a dark winter evening. This is definitely reading that will cheer you up. I love The Meet Cute Series. The idea is wonderful and the stories are really sweet. Katey Lovell describes her characters so vividly and she only needs several sentences to make them come to life.” - Suze Likes, Loves, Finds and Dreams

”'They are so succinctly written, it feels like it surely must have been longer than it was because it’s such a complete story - it has everything you could want in a meet cute!” - Rather Too Fond of Books

”'Katey shows that she has the ability to tell a short story in the greatest possible way, full of details and with all you want to know.” - Sky's Book Corner

”'This is the third story in the lovely Meet Cute series. I'm really not an enthusiastic short story reader - they usually leave me wanting more - but these three stories were quite lovely. Katey has a real talent for drawing her characters in a few deft strokes. I think Cole might just be my favourite of the heroes - and I so loved Lily's awkwardness!” - Reviewer Welsh Annie on Amazon