working at my benefit job today and decided to post instead of waiting all weekend. might get a lot done today… wish me blessings… and enjoy…
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Sin’s Iniquity – Chapter 17. 2 (c) 2007 Sylvia Hubbard
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2 thoughts on “Sin’s Iniquity – Chapter 17.2”
I love this story. Not only do I love the chemistry between Sinclaire and Dwight but you bring up some very real issue with women in todays world, not only body image but the cutting. The cutting can be a scary thing, I know of two people that did that, my best friend in the Navy, use to cut herself. One friend got so bad she went from cutting to burning herself, although she tried to stop it was an addiction to her and she had to be committed to try and stop.
Thank goodness that Sinclaire is free…no more doubts, no more Mel in her head…finally able to be just Sinclaire. And yes she does have alot to work on but at least she’s on her way to making herself better.
Dwight is a hell of a man. He must have skills to make Sinclaire forget about her demons, lol. I like the fact of how her cutting is being dealt with and not being looked over as if it was nothing or didn’t mean anything.
Oh and yeah I looked at the cover for Sweet Reunion and I’d say the girl looks to be in her mid/late 30s to early 40s.
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