By Catherine Anderson
Ellie and Tucker provide was in love. yet years after the unintentional loss of life in their eldest son, the fated divorce, and their slow transition into very separate lives, Ellie and Tucker at the moment are virtually strangers. it is a scenario 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 desolate tract. definitely, Ellie and Tucker will come to the rescue-and to their senses.
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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. "I get the impression she doesn't like me. " Tucker assumed what he hoped was a bewildered look as he crouched across from her. "Really? I think she's probably just worn out. We were both up before five this morning. " Her gaze sharpened on his. "She at her house, I at mine. No, she didn't spend the night at my place. " Her shoulders relaxed.
I wanted to break it to you gently, for fear you'd panic and call for help. " She started up from the rock. He grasped her arm. "Ellie, please, at least hear me out. I should have filled you in. I'm sorry I waited. I just don't want a bunch of inexperienced volunteers out here. " "If the kids aren't in this section of Baxter, I'd rather have inexperienced volunteers helping to find them than none at all. This is a huge wilderness area to cover. " "Inexperienced volunteers may tromp through the woods and destroy the tracks, not to mention that they could get lost themselves.
She saw so many stars that an expletive was beyond her. " He clamped a hand over her elbow. " Blinking away spots, she flattened a hand on his chest to steady herself. Warm, vibrant flesh and springy chest hair had her snatching her hand away before she could even see clearly again. "Fine, " she managed to say. "I'm just perfect. " She rubbed her throbbing eyebrow. " "I've taken harder licks. " He still gripped her arm. "Sorry about that. I didn't know you were bending over. " After saying that, he treated her to the final indig- nity by jerking her britches up for her.