The wedding took place three weeks later. It was a big affair. The bride wore white and the groom was blushing. It was a grand affair that took place in the orange groves at Chuck’s family home. “That was beautiful.” Julie wiped a tear from her eyes. Then turned to call the girls back from their romping around.
Phil laughed and rolled his eyes, while Mike joined him.
Janie came over to them and sat down. “I’m so glad that is over. I don’t think I could have handled the Jekyll Hyde changes any longer. He was driving me crazy.”
They all laughed as Fanny came up to them. “Thank you all for coming to my wedding. You are all the best people.”
They all hugged. Chuck walked over to them. He had walked slowly down the aisle and given Fanny away. They were all proud of the strides he had made. “Beautiful.” He pulled Janie over to him. “But ours was better.” He whispered. “And now, I’m ready for the honeymoon.”
She blushed. “Are you sure you’re up to it.”
“Dad says I am.”
“You asked your Dad?” She was shocked and embarrassed.
He bent down and whispered. “He seems to think if you do the main work, I’ll be fine.”
“Work? You call it work?” She slapped him and almost knocked him off balance. She caught him by the elbow. “Well…maybe it could be fun.”
She waggled her eyebrows at him as they shuffled off, their heads close together and talking in soft whispers only they could hear. “Do you know what I want to do first?”
“If it has something to do with tongues and love bites?” She shivered with anticipation.
“You know just what I like.” He moaned when she shivered. He knew what she was thinking. “But how about if I make love to you first. Slow. Hot. Totally naked love. You can hover over me and let me taste you, smell you, and hear your moans. Then you can….” He was smiling as they walked. “Well, I think you can guess what comes next.”
She rushed forward and got his wheelchair. They quickly headed toward the house. “Where are they going in such a hurry?” Samantha asked.
“I think Aunt Janie and Uncle Chuck are tired, Darling.”
Thank you for reading A Love for Janie. I hope you enjoyed reading it as much as I enjoyed writing it.
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I love you John. You and all of our children and grandchildren are my inspiration. Without your love, I could not write about love.
Thank you, Mama, for believing in me.