When Remington takes her hands and kisses them, Mercy’s eyes go huge at the sight of tears on his cheeks.
He struggles for words to express how he’s feeling. How she’s given him everything he’s ever wanted and thought that somehow he didn’t deserve.
In the end, he realizes that he doesn’t need to explain anything.
That this woman, the only person who has ever seen anything of value in him, didn’t need a big flowery speech or long explanation.
Remington: “I love you, Mercy.”
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