Book Excerpt

"Hometown Wedding"

by Elizabeth Lane

Excerpt from "Hometown Wedding"

“Haven’t you ever wondered what might have happened if you’d come back home years ago?” Travis asked.
“No. No, absolutely not.” Eden shook her head vigorously. “I know what would have happened here—nothing! My life in Manhattan is no party, but at least it got me away from Edna Rae. She never bothers me there. It’s only when I’m in Utah that she comes back to haunt me.”

“That’s funny,” Travis said with the quirk of an eyebrow. “I don’t see her anywhere.”

“Then look harder, Travis. Edna Rae is right in front of you. Shy and awkward and scared to death.”

“Scared? Of me?” Travis grabbed Eden’s hand. “Look at me, Eden. The last time we were together, I kissed you. And you kissed me back. I don’t know what was going through your head at the time, but judging from your reaction, it sure as blazes wasn’t fear!”

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