"I really can't believe you're doing this."
With a move she knew Renn wouldn't be expecting, she quickly reached out and yanked the envelope out of her hand.
"You're sure you're okay this this?" Renn asked, not for the first time. Gabby looked sideways at her friend. "It's a little late now, don't you think?"
Wes turned full body to stare at Gabby in disbelief. "Do I even know you?" he asked her incredulously.
Gabby shrugged her shoulders. "I make no apologies for who I am."
"You're not fooling me with that smile. You're enjoying every minute of this," accused Wes.
Gabby couldn't help smirking just a little as Wes frowned a warning at her.
Wes looked down at his costume. "Are you implying that if I were married I wouldn't go out like this?"
Gabby put her spoon down in frustration. “I can’t find what I’m looking for. Why are there no punctuation marks in alphabet soup?!”
By the time they finally started down the long driveway to Wes’ farm, the sun was already making its way down. Hot and exhausted, Gabrielle had one foot out the door before Wes had the ignition off. Chuckling at his cousin, he watched her jump out of the truck. “Careful! You’ll break a heel,” he warned. “Bite me” Gabrielle retorted as she reached into the bed of the truck for her bags.