By Catherine Anderson
Ellie and Tucker supply was in love. yet years after the unintended loss of life in their eldest son, the fated divorce, and their slow transition into very separate lives, Ellie and Tucker are actually virtually strangers. it is a state of affairs that their younger sons refuse to just accept. confident that their mom and dad are nonetheless intended to be jointly, the brothers hatch a plan to run clear of domestic into the barren region. without doubt, Ellie and Tucker will come to the rescue-and to their senses.
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Brief, tension-laden pause. " Tucker arched an eyebrow. There was an unmistakable ring of jealousy in her voice. "Our kids are lost, Liz. We're both very worried. " She heaved a shrill sigh. Tucker could almost see her, pushing at her brilliant red hair. "I know. I'm sorry, Tucker. It's just—oh, man, here he comes. God, he forgot to zip his fly. " "It may be more entertaining if you don't. " She huffed in disgust. ''Hardly. " In the background, Tucker heard a male tenor. "He wants to talk to Ellie, " Liz said crisply.
If she hugged her middle, he might interpret it as a defensive posture. If she rested her hands on her thighs, she might look tense. She finally settled for leaning against her door with one arm propped on the rest, her other hand tucked between her knees. Let him read it any way he liked. At least she was comfortable. The smell of his aftershave teased her nostrils. It was English Leather, her all-time favorite. During their marriage, she hadn't been able to keep her hands off him when he wore it.
Sexual attraction was a knee-jerk sort of thing. The chemistry had always been good between them. There was no point in denying that, and she'd be a fool to try. What she needed to concentrate on was the fact that she didn't like the man anymore. He had proved himself to be supremely arrogant, judg- mental, and unforgiving. Even worse, he'd been arrogant, judgmental, and unforgiving when he hadn't known the half of it. Despite that, he'd still laid all the blame for Sammy's death at her feet and walked out, leaving her to weather the storm of grief alone.
Always in My Heart by Catherine Anderson