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By Catherine Anderson

Ellie and Tucker provide was in love. yet years after the unintended dying in their eldest son, the fated divorce, and their sluggish transition into very separate lives, Ellie and Tucker at the moment are essentially strangers. it is a state of affairs that their younger sons refuse to just accept. confident that their mom and dad are nonetheless intended to be jointly, the brothers hatch a plan to run clear of domestic into the desert. absolutely, Ellie and Tucker will come to the rescue-and to their senses.

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I, um... well, you know. Just checking to make sure everything's going all right. " His concern tugged at her heart and was, in her estimation, inarguable proof that he was a far better man than the one beside her. "No, none at all, Marvin, but thank you for calling to check. " "You sure? I know you don't want to be alone with him. " Still watching the road, Ellie smiled at the concern she heard in his voice. "It'll only be for a while. I can handle it. " "Okay. Just bear in mind, if things go south, I can drive these roads without a problem.

Liz's green eyes cut into Ellie like lasers. In a huff, she spun away from the fire to break down her tent. Ellie took that as her cue to collapse her own tent and get her stuff packed up. If there was one thing she knew about Tucker Grant, it was that he hated having to wait for anyone. For once in the last three years, they were in perfect accord on something. The sooner they began searching for the boys, the happier she would be. Less than ten minutes later, which barely gave her enough time to splash water on her face, brush her teeth, and run a comb through her hair, Ellie was sitting in the passenger seat of his SUV.

It couldn't be easy, working six days a week while she was raising two kids, one of them a teenager. The sound of approaching footsteps snagged Tucker's attention. He glanced around to see Marvin walking toward them. The older man rubbed his plump hands together and trained interested brown eyes on the map. "Sorry it took me so long. That damned tent's a nightmare to erect. " He crouched down beside Ellie. " "I was just telling Ellie that we'll have to drive the roads tomorrow. " Tucker went on to explain about the absence of any bike tracks in the immediate area, and how he planned to divide the north end into search grids.

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