By Susan Lewis
Households locked in a conflict that's fraught with distrust, betrayal, and lies;a conflict that threatens to ruin them all.When Alicia Carlyle returns to the house of her youth after the tragic demise of her husband, she hopes to place the prior at the back of her. yet first she needs to come nose to nose with the girl who approximately destroyed her marriage and tore her kin in twoher sister-in-law, Sabrina. Their enmity runs deep, yet Alicia is set to make a clean commence for herself and her little ones, Nathan and Darcie, and to heal her fractured dating along with her liked brother. despite the fact that, simply whilst it seems like they may have an opportunity at a brighter destiny, Sabrina's 15-year-old daughter, Annabelle, accuses 17-year-old Nathan of against the law he insists he didn't devote
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Are You Ready? A little black child wearing a big straw hat and clutching tight a pail of blackberries. Over all the sun’s stinging glaze. Soon there was a short, unpaved and nameless street, lined with similar one-floored houses, some nicer-looking than others; each had a front porch and a yard, and in some yards grew scraggly rose bushes and crepe myrtle and China trees, from a branch of which very likely dangled a child’s play swing made of rope and an old rubber tire. There were Japonica trees with waxy black-green polished leaves.
A name that did not appear even to have particular significance for the old man whose sunken, blind-looking eyes studied him without expression. Then Jesus Fever raised the derby a respectful inch. “Say I should find him here: Miss Amy say,” he whispered hoarsely. His face was like a black withered apple, and almost destroyed; his polished forehead shone as though a purple light gleamed under the skin; his sickle-curved posture made him look as though his back were broken: a sad little brokeback dwarf crippled with age.
Lost Innocence by Susan Lewis