My husband, Easton, and I have been married for twenty-one years, but we had a rough start. He was a widower who had been in a fulfilling thirty-two-year marriage to my friend, Paula, until she died of cancer. I was a divorcée.
Easton understandably brought expectations from his first marriage into ours—and a bit of grief over his loss. My annulment process had...
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