By Catherine Anderson
Ellie and Tucker supply was in love. yet years after the unintended demise in their eldest son, the fated divorce, and their slow transition into very separate lives, Ellie and Tucker at the moment are essentially strangers. it is a scenario that their younger sons refuse to just accept. confident that their mom and dad are nonetheless intended to be jointly, the brothers hatch a plan to run clear of domestic into the barren region. without doubt, Ellie and Tucker will come to the rescue-and to their senses.
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We're their kids. Parents don't leave their kids in a wilderness area. They'll show up, I'm telling you. " Kody rubbed his cheeks, smearing the tears and dust to form watery mud. The corner of his mouth, which sported a glob of mustard from his hot dog last night, quivered as he struggled not to cry. "I hope you're right. " Zach looked out over the trees. For as far as he could see, there was only forestland. He'd been so sure that his folks would know exactly where to come. Tabletop Mountain was the very last place they'd all visited together as a family.
It's possible they aren't even in this area. " Ellie had no answers. The only certainty in her mind was that if anyone could find them, it would be this man. " Kody complained. "Can you slow down? " Zach turned to walk backward up the trail. "I want to lay these tracks and get back to the knoll. " "What's the big hurry about getting back to the knoll? Nobody's there. " "They'll show up.
For as far as he could see, there was only forestland. He'd been so sure that his folks would know exactly where to come. Tabletop Mountain was the very last place they'd all visited together as a family. How could his parents fail to remember that? Tucker was starting to get an uneasy feeling. What if the boys hadn't come to this section of Baxter, after all? Just the thought had him leaning over to rifle through the glove box for the bottle of ibuprofen he kept on hand. It didn't improve his mood when Ellie turned on the seat and pressed her knees against the door to avoid the brush of his arm.