#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines all about the topic MARRIAGE
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Three days ago, I’d hoped he’d propose; only now, I didn’t want it. Our marriage would have been one big, huge, horrendous mistake.
“No, I don’t think you murdered your… Tim.” He couldn’t bring himself to say husband; it rubbed him the wrong way every time he thought about her married to another man. “But the authorities are going to look into your relationship, and when they do…”
“Did you think that marriage would last? I didn’t think it would last a year.”
“She started crying, begged forgiveness. Said she only wanted to spice up our marriage. So you see I’m partly to blame for all this if she felt it needed to be spiced up.” Blake hung his head in his hands.
Marriage was only a formality at this point. Despite her insistent begging, Kip wanted to wait until he could propose to her properly.
A Twisted Fate (work in progress)
“I don’t k now how we can make a go of our marriage with half a country between us.”
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