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When author Nicole Sobon shared Collide: Episode 1, readers fell in love with Gemma and Ben. He was the brother of her best friend. She secretly loved him from afar for a while but didn't dare dream he had feelings for her.
As the books came out, we saw their love deepen as crisis after crisis threatened it. Death, Depression, Family Squabbles...Things which we all can relate to.
Their love took shape over time and now they are facing marriage. But since drama is the name of the game... will Ben and Gemma make it down the aisle?
Stable relationships? Check.
Family drama? Check.
For the first time in what feels like forever, Gemma and Ben are in a good place. He’s got a good job, and she’s finally able to focus on writing that book she’s always wanted to write. Even better? They’re on their way to finally making it official as they begin to plan their nuptials.
Unfortunately, though, life is never without its complications and there will be plenty of bumps along the way to “I do.”
What’s a wedding without some family drama?
There are moments when I find myself falling more in love with Ben. Last night at the park? That was one of those moments. As we lay there in the grass, looking up at the stars, I couldn’t help but smile. Given how crappy life tended to be, as of late, it was hard to remember how good it could be.
With him? It felt as though I was home, as corny as it may have sounded.
It also didn’t hurt that he was gorgeous, even beneath the dark night sky. Seriously. It was ridiculous how the dim light of the stars still managed to sparkle in his eyes. I wasn’t sure what his plans had been for the night, but I was sure he hadn’t considered me nearly jumping his bones in the park.
So, as I turned and found him lying naked beside me in bed, with the sheet barely clinging to his waist, I couldn’t help but grin. Ben, the perfect charmer, was about to become my husband.
It was still relatively early, and I knew he still had a bit of time before he had to get up to hit the gym before work. Which was why I made it a point to slip out of bed as quietly as possible. For most people? Doing so probably would have been an easy task. For me, however? Not so much. I had two left feet. In fact, it was a miracle I didn’t fall and break a bone every day of my life. I was ridiculously clumsy.
Thankfully, I had a nightstand to grab on to as I nearly planted face first into the windowsill, after catching my right foot in the discarded comforter on the floor.