A Dear Jane letter. A jilted bride. With the help of the Best Man, Lorelei Warren discovers that being left at the altar might be the best thing that’s ever happened.
Lorelei Warren is facing every bride’s nightmare; she’s been left at the altar with nothing but a Dear Jane letter from the cheating groom and a church full of friends and family. Will Draper, her best friend and the best man is there to pick up the pieces. He’s been in love with Lorelei for years and he can’t resist her. Now Lori has to decide what direction her life will head, especially when it comes to Will. Can she risk losing his friendship or is what she feels for Will worth pursuing?
And here’s my six sentences:
God, was she crazy? Must be. Because she didn’t want to stop what she’d started. Slowly, she sat up and rested her cheek against his broad back, both hands now on his torso, under his shirt. They smoothed around him until she was embracing him from behind.