I hope you’re going to forgive Pierce for what he did to you,” she said dryly. “He and Colby Lane should be shot. They had no business shocking you like that, especially since you’re pregnant.” “I wasn’t shocked. I was outraged. Parceled back to D.C. with my suitcase and delivered to the father of my child.” She sighed as she stared at her husband across the room. “But what a reunion it turned out to be. Your husband has my vote for matchmaker of the year.” “I like him myself,” Brianne chuckled and exchanged a long, sweet look with her own husband. Pierce Hutton had dark eyes like Tate’s, and his love for his young wife was very evident, even at a distance. “Tate’s very excited about the baby, isn’t he?” Brianne added. “I heard him telling Pierce that he was already looking at potential colleges.” “He’ll make a good father,” Cecily mused, smiling across the room at him. “And a very good husband.” “Who’d have thought it?” Brianne asked softly. “He always seemed so self-contained. I guess you never really know people, do you?” Cecily shook her head. “That’s part of the fun, finding out the little quirks and surprises that make up complex people. The more I get to know him, the more I realize how little I actually knew about him. He’s a very private person.” “So is Peirce. But, you know,” Brianne said with mock solemnity, “men may actually be worth all the trouble they cause, in the end.” Cecily laughed, delighted to find such a kindred spirit. “They might be at that!
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