The major set Lily in a chair near the fire, and he dropped to one knee in front of her, took her hand in his, and kissed it He looked so like a prince from a fairy tale that Lily was nearly overcome. I didn’t make a proper proposal before, he said quietly. Oh, Caleb. There’s never been anyone else for me, Lily, he went on, and there never will be again. I’m promising you right now that your happiness will always be as important to me as my own. Lily’s eyes brimmed with joyous tears. Why had she waited so long? She put her arms around Caleb’s neck and embraced him, and his head was cradled against the plump cushion of her breasts. I love you so much, she whispered. He looked up at her, a glint dancing in his eyes. Show me, Mrs. Halliday. Lily
― Linda Lael Miller,
Lily and the Major
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