When the food was mostly gone, the leftovers were packed up, and the bill was paid Ryan finally made his move as Keeley was trying to usher her family out the door as quickly as possible.
"Keeley, is that you?"
She froze in her tracks. Busted.
Robert looked back and forth between them before a flicker of recognition appeared in his eyes. "I know you. You were Keeley's friend in college. Ryan, right?"
He nodded. "Hi, Mr. Hall. What brings you here?"
"I could ask you the same thing," Aaron said with narrowed eyes.
He hadn't gone into ice mode yet. Thankfully. That would not be the case if he had noticed Ryan staring at his wife earlier.
"I'm based in Detroit now but I had a conference and my wife wanted to see where I went to college," Ryan said with a shrug before turning toward his wife. "Leah, Keeley was my classmate at NYU. This is her husband Aaron, her father Robert, and their kids…whose names I don't know."