It should have been their honeymoon. Chris should have been by her side as she stood in the valley of the rainbows, but he turned out to be a double-dealing bigamistic ratfink so she stood alone listening to the water and feeling the rainbows enter her body.
As the spray coated her eyelashes and the noise drove all thought from her brain she began to heal.
For the first time since one man’s lies tore her life apart, she smiled naturally.
The one who had waited in patient silence came to stand beside her and she clasped his hand.