Feel My Love by Lea Coll EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author: Lea Coll
- Language: English
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- Genre: Saga Fiction, Family Saga Fiction
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I moved quietly around the room, snapping pictures, adjusting settings, and
observing the bridal party getting ready for Savannah and Ethan’s
wedding. My goal was to blend into the background, and I lived for
capturing candid moments. This time, the only difference was a groomsman
tracking my movements.
I felt the heat of his gaze on the side of my face, my skin tingling with
awareness. I refused to look at him, but an awareness prickled my skin. He
was the best man, taller than the rest of the party, with broad shoulders and a
booming voice that rumbled through my body whenever he spoke.
When another groomsman drew him into conversation, his gaze lifted,
and I finally drew in a deep breath. Inwardly, I chided myself. I was here to
document Savannah and Ethan’s wedding, not flirt with a groomsman.
Ethan was speaking to Sophie, who’d baked the cake and was my partner
in Gia’s wedding planning business. I focused in on what he was saying. He
had a gift for Savannah and wanted to see her with her son, Miles, before the
I’d worked quite a few weddings, and it wasn’t out of the ordinary for a
groom to change course and want to see his bride before the wedding, but I
wasn’t sure how Savannah would feel. Some brides got upset, claiming it
would doom their wedding; others rolled with the change.
Not only was this the first wedding we’d done in partnership with Gia’s
Happily Ever Afters wedding planning services, but Savannah and Ethan
were our friends.
Sophie promised she’d talk to Savannah when they went to the bridal
suite to deliver the bouquets. I needed to be present to document the florist,
Lily, and her assistant, handing out the flowers.
The hair on the back of my neck tingled. He was looking at me again. I
needed to escape.
I wasn’t sure if he was a friend or if he was related to Savannah or Ethan.
I didn’t know if he lived close by or if he’d traveled here just for the
wedding. And it shouldn’t matter.
I mindlessly scrolled through the images on my camera to avoid meeting
his gaze as I followed Sophie and Lily out of the room. At the very last
second, I lifted my gaze to meet the weight of his stare. Blue eyes, sandy
brown hair, larger-than-life presence. He winked, and my heart stuttered to a
stop before picking up speed.
I ducked my head as I stepped out of the room and away from the interest
I’d seen in his eyes.
My words to my sister, Brooke, a few months ago danced in my head. I’d
told her the truth—I was ready for something new. I was open to dating again
or maybe even a one-night stand. That was all I was willing to indulge in as
the single mother of an eight-year-old boy.
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