When Forever Comes by Tawni Suchy EPUB & PDF – eBook Details Online
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- Author: Tawni Suchy
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I can’t believe I let Dana talk me into this. One day after my almost
wedding, and I’m on a private jet with my sister heading to what was
supposed to be my honeymoon.
Brad went overboard when he booked this crazy-expensive resort. But
when I found out—at the airport—that he had also booked the resort
owner’s private plane as part of our honeymoon package, I was even more
surprised at his over-the-top plans. Although I shouldn’t have been. Brad
has always been obsessed with status.
Dana was supposed to cancel our reservation since Brad refused to help
with any of the wedding-related cancellations. After she called and they
informed her the trip was non-refundable, she convinced me to keep the
reservation and go on my honeymoon with her… on Brad’s dime.
“He owes you this much,” she had said.
The moment I stepped onto this plane, I felt like I was walking into the
living room in a beautiful home. Instead of rows of seats, two sofas face
each other with a coffee table settled between them. Toward the back sits a
dining room table for four with a beautiful flower arrangement placed at the
The deep blue ceiling, with a spattering of white twinkling lights, looks like
the night sky. Hardwood flooring spans the full interior and it looks as if it’s
been freshly polished.
The only other people on board are the flight attendant and the two pilots.
I feel slightly guilty that we’re taking advantage of Brad’s extravagance
without him. But Dana is right. I deserve some compensation for his
I spent the last five years dedicated to him and he thanked me by cheating
on me the day before our wedding. So, yes, he owes me this.
I’m just grateful I learned about his wandering ways before we got married.
Better to learn about them now than after I take his name.
“Liv!” Dana waves her hands in front of my face and points to the flight
attendant. I blink my vision into focus and give the woman my attention.
“What can I get you to drink?” she asks.
“Ginger ale, no ice, please.”
She disappears behind a curtain at the back of the plane.
When she returns, she’s pushing a cart with two silver plates stacked high
with delicious looking food and the drinks Dana and I asked for.
“Do you need anything else?” she asks.
After glancing over at Dana and confirming she needs nothing more, I say,
“I think we’re good. Thank you.”
“Enjoy your meal.” She disappears behind the curtain again.
Guilt starts nipping at my conscience again as I stare at the platter. My guilt
fades away as my hunger deepens.
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