Leilani is in the Bride's Room at a small chapel, preparing to walk the aisle in twenty minutes, to be joined in marriage to the man she believes she will love forever. She will love him forever, right?! She is nervous, fidgety, and having last-minute questions as to whether she should proceed with the ceremony.
Thirty minutes before leaving the Bride's Room, an envelope is slipped under the closed door. As Leilani retrieves it, opens it, and semi-hides herself behind her private dressing screen to read it, she discovers it is from her groom. Within its pages, Leilani discovers that he has written her a pre-wedding love letter of sorts.
Within its pages, he re-counts the game they played of "Twenty Questions" on their first date. He has remembered ALL his questions and ALL her answers. And, at the end, he asks her a twenty-first question that may change this day forever.
Leilani's answer to question number twenty-one will determine the outcome of their wedding day story.
What would your answer be? In the light of it, what would you do?
This is number 1 of an 8 surprise-ending novelette series called, "FOREVER BRIDE IN 21 QUESTIONS".
About the Author
I have been in love with the written word since I was old enough to read. After graduating college, I taught high school until I decided I wanted to spend more time "creating". So, twenty years after beginning to teach public school, I "retired myself" and now I write full time.
After living half my life on the West Coast, we moved all the way across the country, where we now live on the East Coast. It is just the two of us after our one daughter had the audacity to grow up, marry, and move away. However, that "move away" is only five miles from our home.
While writing, I also own and run a website business:
I love to create, whether it is designing marriage vow renewal certificates, marriage certificates, creating romance plans for married couples, or writing books. I'm blessed by the Lord to do exactly what I love.
You'll find a more complete introduction (with pictures), plus my other writing endeavors, at my website: www.sheilaholmes.com.