After waiting for what seemed like forever to get a marriage commitment from her fianc, Micah Abraham's wedding day has finally arrived. Everything is set for her to have the wedding she'd always fantasized about, and has been fully paid for by her groom, Rossi Evans. There is only one thing wrong. . .Micah won't be there. Micah has long since reached the peak of her frustration. Unbeknownst to Rossi, he's already been dismissed, but instead of declining his proposal and breaking the engagement, Micah happily moves forward. . .with hidden intentions. Armed with Rossi's credit cards, Micah expertly feigns the role of an anxious and ecstatic bride-to-be, sparing no expense for their wedding, yet telling no one of her plans. The day of the wedding, she arrives as scheduled to the church for her hair and make up, then makes a request to her bridesmaids to allow her to spend her last few moments of singleness by herself. Micah uses this opportunity to slip out the side door, jump in her rented car and hot-foot it to the airport. By the time Rossi realizes that he (and the entire wedding party) has been standing at the alter, Micah is in Charlotte, NC, easing into a tub of warm bubbles, enjoying a glass of wine and leafing through her favorite magazine. When Micah and Rossi's paths cross again, Micah is caught totally off guard by the situation, and by the feelings that have been simmering deep inside her heart, despite her denial. Will Micah embrace love this second time around, having set it free the first time?
Before I Let Go