My mind wasn't where it should be. We were going to wed tomorrow. No one told me what was then rumours spread out there. My family and friends were there. His family was here.
"I'm a total mess. My stomach is growing. My wedding dress won't fit me." I complained.
"Are you kidding me? You're two months pregnant, not seven or more," Livia rolled her eyes.
' She isn't wrong. I'm just worried.'
"Yes, what's troubling you," Lorraine asked.
I took a deep breath, "He's still mad at me for hiding." I shrugged.
Both exchanged looks and came closer to me. They took me in an embrace.
"You should share your feelings. He w
It wasn't hard to figure out that something was wrong. It was looking more than just multivitamins. I glanced at him. 'He loves Aidan. He won't do anything that will endanger our baby.' I held the glass from him and swallowed the pills, "Do you wanna go out for a walk after the shower?" He asked, quietly. "What does the report say? You won't do all this for me. Because you don't care about me." I taunted him. "I haven't forgotten what you did." He squeezed his eyes shut and rubbed his fingers on his forehead, "I didn't mean to upset you,' He added quickly. "Don't keep me in suspension?" I said, giving him a stare. He shook his head and cupped my face. My cheeks flushed. He drew his face closer, but nothing spoke. His thumb was rubbing the side of my cheek, making my skin tingle, "I should check on Aidan. He should be in his bed, "
"He's going to make your day," Livia muttered in my ear. There were soft murmurs in the room. I glanced at the designer, Scarlett and my to-be-mother-in-law. They looked like old friends. But they weren't. Now they were. I grabbed my phone, "Hi," She protested, trying to get my phone back. She sent me a sweet smile, "I didn't see it," Carlos had sent me a picture of a diamond necklace. He purchased it for me. I was going to wear it on our wedding day. "You're staring at the screen for a half hour." I shook my head. My eyes burned painfully with unshed tears but I wasn't going to cry. He was behaving like a perfect husband. And it was quite unbelievable. Was he showing off in front of our families? That could be. I shou
I saw him leaning against his car, waiting too patiently. I glanced back at Livia and Lorraine. I was feeling shy like a little girl. After watching Elisa, I could bet no little girl would be shying like me. I pushed back the worried thoughts. "You're looking gorgeous. Now go," Lorraine's voice drifted from behind to me, " "I can understand it's your first date. But he's your husband, " Livia muttered in my ear. I dug my front teeth on my bottom lips, "We should ask Carlos to pick her up.'' Lorraine smiled brightly. " No," I squealed in a whisper. " We should leave them," I heard the click of their high heels. I was wearing sneakers but no one needed to know this. Carlos was crisp grey t-shirt clung to the shape of his torso, and I couldn’t help but sneak a peek at him. He sauntered towa
I never let feelings get in the way. She proved me wrong every time. Whenever I saw my boy. It just boiled my blood. She kept him away. my brows knitted together recalling when I knew about our son. She was my wife. Yes, I forced her in. I wouldn't regret it ever. I couldn't ignore the Relief that poured through me. She was mine. She loved me too. Finally, I took the time to push my anger away. I missed seeing her with our baby and a lot more things. She turned. Our gaze locked. Her brown eyes are beautiful. I tucked the long locks of her hair behind her ear, "You need rest," I told her. She chewed on her lower lip, "Will you answer me honestly?" She said. I wanted to shoot my brows up. But I nodded my head. I got her medical report. S
We were sitting in a luxurious room, one of his grand hotels. My wedding gown was ivory white, strapless, full A-line. It was a unique piece. I could hardly recognize myself. I blinked at myself and glanced at my children through the mirror. Elisa was hopping on her bare feet while Aidan and Elliot were making a ring of their arms around her. "You should put on your shoes, Elisa. We'll not get cake after the wedding," Elliot said. "I'm eating a lot of cake today," Aidan said, smiling. A glow of happiness spread through me. We were going to start our life together as I always wanted it to as a family. I closed my eyes and breathed slowly and deeply. My veil was simple, cascading down my back, I was having the best hair