Jackie slipped into the silky white material that cost her two month’s salary and pressed a peony to her nose that was part of her bridal bouquet.
He’s late, they told her, but she wasn’t worried since he always ran late and hadn’t stood her up yet.
He’s probably picking up my wedding present, a wonderful set of pearls or maybe a diamond bracelet, something better than he got his first wife, she thought.
She smiled and peeked out at the small crowd waiting for their procession, mostly her family and friends since his had sided with his wife in the divorce.
It’s him, someone said as a phone was pressed to her ear and his silky voice came through.
She stared, stone cold, then looked at them and announced, he’s not coming because he never got divorced.