“Edvin! My dear nephew, I never thought I'd see you again! I hear congratulations are in order. Even if it just a marriage of connivance.”
Edvin smiled. “Auntie, you're embarrassing me!”
"Aw. I can still do that after all these years, huh? Anyway, what brings you by, boy?"
"My wife and I are going on our honeymoon, and I was wondering if you still have my suitcase?"
"Yes, I do. I never put it away. It was so lonely when you moved out, you know? Oh, I will guilt you. But. You're only getting off the hook for today. Understand, Mister?"
“I understand, Auntie.”
"So tell me about your wife... What is she like?"
"She's pretty and kind. She has red hair and lightish bluish-green eyes. She's short, but she's beautiful. She makes you believe in the impossible and, she has a way of making you believe in yourself again. What?"
“Are you sure this is a marriage of convenience? I think you are falling in love with her. ..”
"Not falling... I am in love with her."
“Then you need to tell her.”
“I don't think she feels that way about me.”
Connor knocked on Stormie's door. “Connor, what are you doing here? Do you want a cup of coffee or tea?”
“Tea, if you don't mind. I wanted to check in with you. You haven't been responding to my texts, and I had to make sure you were okay.”
“That's so sweet.”
"Yeah, well... I didn't do it to be sweet.."
“Nothing. Never mind. Anyway, how is the married life going?”
“It's going pretty well. We get along pretty well.”
“Stormie, tell me the truth. Are you in love with him?”
“He's my husband?”
“That is not an answer.”