Claiming His Wife (Unlikely Love)

By: Sam Crescent

“Let us leave these lovely ladies for a moment,” Wayne said.

Tony kissed her on the lips, and she watched him walk across the picnic field.

“What do you think they’re going to do?” she asked the other two women.

“Probably talk about how amazing their women are. The crap we take from them. You know I still can’t believe I married ‘The Beast’,” Lily said.

“Speak for yourself, I fell for the guy who talked me into a contract to sleep with me and then ended up married to the guy.”

“This is too much information about my brother. I don’t want to know.”

“Come on, Opal. Spill you story. This is therapeutic.”

“Okay, how about this? I can’t believe I almost married a jerk when I’ve been in love with my brother’s best friend all of my life. Not only did I end up marrying the man I love, but he started to love me back.”

“Honey, you’re too smitten with that man. You’ve got to keep him on his toes,” Scarlet said.

They all laughed.


“You know they’re talking about us?” Richard said.

“Let them. I love my wife and know she’ll love me no matter what happens,” Wayne said.

Tony smiled at his friends and stared back at his wife. She looked gorgeous with the sunlight streaming down on her, the glorious colour of her hair shining in the light. He glanced down at his wedding band and smiled. She’d finally given him a wedding ring. A token of her affection.

“Can you believe three guys like us managed to get three such amazing women?” Tony asked.

“I never thought married life could be so amazing,” Richard said as he, too, looked back at his wife.

“Three men who women were most unlikely to full in love with, married and happy. I’ll say we should have a toast.” Wayne raised his glass, and the other two men followed suit. “To unlikely love.”

“To unlikely love,” Richard and Tony said together. They raised their glasses and drank deeply.

The End

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