Logan worked to control his breathing. Epsilon he reminded himself. Let her see the gift first. You have your entire life to live together. Be patient a few moments longer. He needed to bring his body under submission. A man was more animal than human Aunt Tulla told him. That was why they couldn’t control their urges. But Logan had. Logan could control them.
Rachel was putting things down. Any moment she would walk through the doorway and their forever would begin.
He focused his eyes on the jewelry box he’d placed on the dining room table. His gift for his new bride.
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