By Catherine Anderson
Ellie and Tucker furnish was once in love. yet years after the unintended demise in their eldest son, the fated divorce, and their sluggish 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 wasteland. definitely, Ellie and Tucker will come to the rescue-and to their senses.
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Ellie stared straight ahead, feeling so nervous she couldn't decide how to sit. 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.
In a huff, she spun away from the fire to break down her tent. Ellie took that as her cue to collapse her own tent and get her stuff packed up. If there was one thing she knew about Tucker Grant, it was that he hated having to wait for anyone. For once in the last three years, they were in perfect accord on something. The sooner they began searching for the boys, the happier she would be. Less than ten minutes later, which barely gave her enough time to splash water on her face, brush her teeth, and run a comb through her hair, Ellie was sitting in the passenger seat of his SUV.
That sounds fair enough to me, " he agreed. "And, just for the record, if it comes to that, I'll call for help myself. I don't want my kids wandering around out there alone any more than you do. " She nodded and rubbed her arms. Tucker wondered if she might be cold. Even with the warmth from the nearby fire, the night was nippy, and she wasn't wearing a jacket. Before he could offer to find her a coat, she said, "How much danger are they in? I promise not to fly off the handle and call anyone.
Always in My Heart by Catherine Anderson