She had to do everything just right. She picked the exact right outfit, put on the exact right makeup and styled her hair beautifully. She wanted to be sure to have the perfect pictures for their wedding announcements.
She looked over at Glen. He was smiling like an idiot, as he drove them to their appointment. She didn’t mind. As long as he got it out of his system in the car.
Glen wasn’t perfect, but she had helped him dress better and he was good looking… with the right haircut. More importantly, he knew all the right people, worked in the right business and drove a classy car. Jenna felt she couldn’t possibly have done better.
Their kids would have everything. Good genes, enough money for whatever they needed and access to the best possible schools. She was already researching which preschools would give them the best start. It was never too early to schmooze the right people.
Her life was going to be great. So what if she didn’t really love him? Jenna didn’t believe in that crap anyway. She believed in appearances, social standing and a comfortable lifestyle and Glen could give her that.
The car stopped and he opened the door for her, holding out his hand. “Ready to announce our love to the world?” he asked sappily.
“Of course, Darling. I want everyone to know how much I love you.” She took his hand and stepped out of the car. She couldn’t wait for her new life to begin.