Tender is the Night Book 3, Chapter 11
The day after Dick returned, he and Nicole went to have haircuts together. Tommy passed by the window in a car, and Nicole wished that she was with him. Suddenly, Tommy walked into the barbershop. He made Dick get Nicole and brought her into the room with them. Dick and Nicole went to a café with Tommy and Tommy told Dick that Nicole was in love with him. Tommy wanted Dick to admit that their marriage is over. Nicole told Dick that she has grown fond of Tommy. She told Dick that things were never the same after Rosemary.
Tommy broke in and said to Dick, "You don't understand Nicole. You treat her always as a patient because she was once sick." Book 3, Chapter 11, pg. 308
An American interrupted them as they are talking. Dick told Tommy that he and Nicole had shared a great deal of happiness together. Tommy told Dick that Nicole wanted a divorce. Nicole told Dick that she knew he isn't happy with her anymore and that with her gone he would be able to get his work done. Dick told them since everything seemed to be settled, they should go back to the barbershop.
Dick told Tommy that he and Nicole would talk things over. Tommy could not resist telling him that from now on he would protect Nicole. With a minimum amount of drama, things ended. Nicole felt happy and excited.