The Harbour: Chapter 4

Wiri slowed his pace to fall into step beside Joel and Sam as they moved up the main street toward The Point. Relaxed laughter drifted out to meet them from the doorways of various dining and drinking establishments as they passed.

It felt good to ditch the suit and get back into jeans, Wiri thought. The wedding had gone off without a hitch, now it was time to just relax and enjoy having the whole whanau back together.

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