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Ruby has been in love with Ford since their university days, but she hasn't seen her former best friend in years—not since the one unforgettable kiss they shared right before he went off globe-trotting and she stayed behind. When he returns to town unexpectedly for their friends' New Year's Eve wedding, the sparks between them ignite, but can her wanderer ever settle down?
Ford has never forgotten Ruby, or the kiss that changed everything between them, despite the many women he has tried to erase her with. His return to England for the wedding means a second chance with Ruby—but will one passion-filled evening with her be enough, or has he finally found his home?
WANDERLUST by KITTY FRENCH
“Ford's coming to the wedding?”
Ruby didn't look up from Emma's pedicure, mostly because she didn't want her friend to see the panic that would no doubt be obvious in her eyes. Ford wasn't supposed to be coming to Emma and Niall's wedding. He'd RSVP'd as much. She'd seen it herself several weeks back. As manager of a three-hundred-year-old Cotswolds country hotel, Ruby had happily taken control over the arrangements for the New Year’s Eve wedding of two of her oldest and best friends.
“Yeah. He emailed Niall a few days ago. Seems the Caribbean can manage without him for a few days after all,” Emma said, laughing.
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