UNEDITED EXCERPT - COPYRIGHT 2016 - LACEY WOLFE
I took a deep breath. It was my wedding day. I couldn’t believe it. The last two weeks flew by. I had to clear my schedule and get some of my traveling out of the way so for the next six weeks, I could spend all my time with her. I had to play the part of a guy in marketing and not a partner at Wright Investments. I hadn’t stopped to think about if she’d recognize me or my name. Hopefully not.
I paced the small room I was in, stopping every now and then to look at myself in my tux. They’d told me she liked deep purple, so my tie and vest were that color. I ran my hand across my short beard. I didn’t have a long one, but I did have a face full of facial hair. Women seemed to love it, I hoped my wife did too. My nerves were getting to me as I fixed my hair for the tenth time. This pacing wasn’t doing me any good.