“Sannie is getting married today, Father… She’ll live a very happy life from now on, so you can rest in peace…” Aaron muttered under his breath as he smiled at the newlyweds up front.
Alicia, who noticed the change in his expression, placed her hand over his and gave it a little squeeze.
Aaron turned to look at Alicia in response and saw her smiling at him. He then pulled her into his arms and hugged her tightly.
Alicia and I will live happily ever after too, Father.
Being the host of the wedding, Rayson looked at Vinson and asked, “Mr. Vinson Nightshire, do you take Ms. Arielle Moore for your lawful wife, to have and to hold, from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, until death do you part?”
Vinson gazed deeply into Arielle’s eyes as he replied firmly, “I do.”
Rayson then turned toward Arielle and asked, “Ms. Arielle Moore, do you take Mr. Vinson Nightshire for your lawful husband, to have and to hold, from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health, until death do you part?”
Arielle flashed the man before her a loving glance as she said, “I do.”
“Congratulations on your marriage. The wedding ring is symbolic of your never-ending commitment, love, and devotion to each other. With that in mind, you may now proceed with the ring exchange.”
Rayson then took a step back and watched as Vinson and Arielle put their wedding rings on each other’s fingers to complete the ceremony.
“Let‘s get married too when we get back, Lana,” Xavier said when he saw Arielle and Vinson get married on stage.
Lana rested her head on his shoulder and nodded gently in response.
Aaron had changed the laws of Turlen to allow its citizens, both male and female, to marry people from outside the country as long as they had valid passports. Naturally, that law received a huge amount of support from the people of Turlen when it was passed.
Thanks to that, Lana would also be able to marry Xavier like she wanted.
“Let‘s pick out a wedding date too, Sonia,” Harvey whispered affectionately into Sonia‘s ear.
Sonia nodded at him. She used to think that wedding ceremonies weren’t important as long as the couple was happy together. After witnessing Arielle and Vinson’s wedding ceremony, however, she felt it would make the marriage a lot more complete.
“Are you tired?” Vinson asked as he sat down on the bed and massaged Arielle’s legs.
Arielle smiled when she saw how gentle and loving Vinson was.
She shook her head as she replied, “Not really.”
Vinson paused for a few seconds when he heard that. He then placed his hand on her thigh and slowly moved it higher.
“If you’re not tired, how about we do a little exercise? This is our wedding night, after all,” he whispered in her ear while gazing passionately at her.
Those words had barely left Vinson’s mouth when Arielle wrapped her arms around his neck and gave him a kiss on the lips.
Turned on by her actions, Vinson gave her a deep and forceful kiss while swiftly removing her nightgown.
“Be gentle, Vinson!” Arielle exclaimed coquettishly for fear of him going too rough.
“Got it,” Vinson mumbled.
It wasn’t long before the room was filled with inappropriate noises.
That wedding night was the beginning of Arielle and Vinson’s happy life together.