And so they see the light…
They had been married on a wet Sunday afternoon. It had rained all through the morning and a brief respite had allowed them entry into the modest chapel on Pretoria Street. They had narrowly missed being soaked to the skin by the deluge that broke free of the heavens the minute they stepped through the […]
But just because it felt perfect, did not mean that it was.
“Disappointment follows us like a shadow sometimes, and though you put on a brave face, and try to keep the hurt inside, it is that pride that may prevent you from getting rid of it. Why don’t you call, mmm?”
It was foolish to deny his feelings, but would she betray him like Sophia did?
“Well Leila, don’t you think you’re taking the part too far? A bit too over enthusiastic, aren’t you?”
Her eyes glinted and he knew the moment she levelled them on his, she was upset.
Could it be over even before it had really begun?
Was she falling in love with her new husband?
The night, their first had not gone as planned…