By Catherine Anderson
Ellie and Tucker supply was once in love. yet years after the unintentional dying 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. definitely, Ellie and Tucker will come to the rescue-and to their senses.
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But I am going to ask that you at least be polite to her. " Liz folded her arms. "I'm sorry, Tucker. Maybe I'm just out of sorts because I'm tired. " "It has been a long day. " He glanced at his watch. "It's after midnight. " "Four-thirty, actually. " She flashed an apologetic smile. "My disposition sours after eleven and goes downhill from there. " She gave him a questioning look. " "Probably better to just let it go. You didn't say anything that bad, and tomorrow is another day. " "I'll be a model of good behavior from now on, I promise.
He rubbed a hand over his face again and blinked. Then he walked a circle around the pile of firewood. It was one of life's ironies, he decided, how quickly this condition could come over a man, and how blasted long it took to go away. "Sorry I was so long, " he told Ellie a few minutes later when he rejoined her at the rock. "That's fine. I've been trying to make sense of this map while you were gone. " She looked up. " "She's pretty tired and decided to turn in. " "Ah. " Ellie glanced over her shoulder.
If we needed help, we'd ask for it, " Tucker bit out. " Marvin wheeled away just as Liz stumbled from her tent, her long red hair in a stir. " "Ellie spilled hot coffee on her legs. " Liz rubbed her eyes and proceeded to give Ellie's backside a disdainful once-over. "Hmm, " she said. " Just "Hmm. " Ellie ground her teeth, thinking that Tucker's new girlfriend must have been in the back row when personalities were passed out. Not that he would care. What Liz lacked in that department, she more than made up for in physical attributes, none of which Ellie possessed.
Always in My Heart by Catherine Anderson