Lights, Camera…Wedding? (Sutter Creek, Montana, #9) by Laurel Greer EPUB & PDF EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
- Author Name: Laurel Greer
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- ISBN # 9780369733481
- Edition Language: English
- Date of Publication: November 29th 2022
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Brody found nothing so jarring as having near-constant communication
lines severed with no notice. He sipped his coffee in the airy kitchen of his
Seattle town house and glared at his cell screen. He’d woken up early,
worrying about Bea. Texted a bunch. Even called.
Concern tightened his chest. He’d suspected things were hinky last night
when he’d witnessed—over Zoom, anyway—Jason arrive home. He’d
heard nothing the rest of the night from her, and nothing this morning,
either. No answer. What the hell had gone on? She and Jason were supposed
to get on a plane at two o’clock.
He shot her off another where are you? before heading out for a run,
even though he’d trained hard the previous evening with some of his
athletes. He wasn’t sure he was physically capable of running fast enough
to escape his thoughts, but trying was preferable to sitting at home fretting.
Also preferable to hunting Jason down and giving the guy a piece of his
mind for that dismissive crack about Bea having packed up half their condo.
Probably with his hand around the other man’s throat, so yeah, best he
stayed far away from Bea’s fiancé.
He was looping around Green Lake when a text arrived from his cousin
Have you heard from Bea?
Brody winced, slowing his strides. Luke, their grandfather and Bea’s
sister Emma co-owned the lodge where Bea was supposed to get married,
though the transition to a wedding facility was mostly Emma’s baby. She
was no doubt spinning off the planet with everything the upcoming nuptials
would demand, and being engaged to Luke, he’d be her main sounding
Brody typed with one eye on the path ahead so as not to trip. Not since
last night. Is something wrong?
Luke: She’s gone radio silent. Emma’s freaking out.
Good to know he wasn’t the only one overreacting, then.
Unless they weren’t overreacting.
Brody: She had a wedding order to complete this morning. She’s
probably finishing it. Or packing.
Bea dreamed big and struggled to plan, which often overwhelmed her.
Maybe she needed a hand… And God knew Jason wouldn’t think to offer
one. He was probably at his office, leaving her to deal with all the lastminute organization.
She was the kind of woman that, if a person was foolish enough to want
to fall in love, they’d better hang on for dear life because she was a
goddamn rainbow among storm clouds. The sheer joy she surrounded
herself with as she barreled her way through whatever caught her interest at
any given time was enough to power a city block.
Hell, even the dregs of
that joy would do it. Jason seemed to make her happy enough, but Brody
suspected he didn’t appreciate her like she deserved.
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