Vadim had never known what compelled an otherwise sane man to marry, not until Martha entered his life. He had long regarded marriage as a foolish, and slightly selfish, act. An outlaw’s grip on life was particularly tenuous, after all. But Martha had come along and, albeit unwittingly, she had begun rectifying the many omissions in his education.
Now he understood all those men who had fallen before him, casting themselves beneath love’s merciless wheels. However painful it was to love, he would not go back even if he could.
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