Hearts In Winter by Carrie Elks EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
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- Authors: Carrie Elks
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Her ex-husband leaned close, making her heart leap in her chest. “Can I
talk with you later?” he asked her. “In private?”
Alarm bells clattered in her ears. “I don’t think I’ll have the time today.
I’m the maid of honor. I have a lot to do.”
His gaze flickered to hers. “It’s important.”
She frowned. “It can’t be that important. I haven’t seen you for years.”
Dylan exhaled heavily, his beautiful lips parting. “It’s really important,
Evie. We have a problem we need to sort out.”
Evie. Only Dylan had ever called her that. She felt her cheeks flush.
“What kind of problem?”
He leaned closer, his breath tickling her ear. His voice was low and
smooth, and made her shiver. But not as much as his words did. Because they
were the last thing she expected to hear as his sweet voice caressed her skin.
“A really big problem. We’re still married.”
The bride looked beautiful, the groom devastatingly handsome, and the Inn
was perfectly decorated for a winter wedding. Everley looked around the
grand ballroom, a smile pulling at her lips.
The whole day had been perfect, and her cousin Holly deserved that. She
and her groom were the golden couple of Winterville, after having fallen in
love last year as they battled over the town’s future, before they settled down
to build it together.
In the corner some of the older townsfolk were clustered together.
Everley couldn’t help but grin at their outfits. Some of their tuxedos had to
date back to the nineteen sixties, and only came out for weddings every few
Her sister, Alaska, slid a full glass of champagne in front of her. She was
wearing the same dress that Everley was. Red velvet, with white roses woven
into their hair. The theme continued on the tables, with centerpieces of red
rose petals floating in vases, the glass lit by flickering candles that
surrounded them. The hall itself was tastefully decked with red and green
wreaths that their cousin, North, had created at his Christmas tree farm. Even
though it was only November, it made Everley feel festive just looking at
“Okay,” Alaska said, leaning across the table so that Everley could hear
her above the band. “Spill. What’s Dylan doing here and what did he say to
you in line?”
Everley took a large mouthful of champagne. The bubbles went up her
nose and made her choke. She doubled over as she sprayed the expensive
wine over the tablecloth, much to her sister’s amusement.
“Was it that bad?” Alaska asked.
Against her will, Everley looked across the room to where she knew her
ex-husband was sitting. He was wearing a dark blue suit that matched his
coloring perfectly. His hair was pushed back from his face, and the flickering
candlelight was warming his skin. His long, muscled legs were stretched out
as he sat at a table.
And he was looking right at her, a smirk pulling at his lips.
Dammit, he’d seen her choke. That was so typical. It was the first time
she’d seen her ex-husband in eight years and she’d already looked like an
idiot in front of him.
Except he’s not your ex-husband.
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