Sin’s Iniquity – Chapter 50

I’mma coming, gurls @ work. Y’all worse that publishing companies, LMAO.

Today was a better day for the brain. A lot better and I hope this weekend to put some work into the book and end it all. (I wanted this done by Thursday, but it’s been a real stressful week.)

The good news is that I will have heat by Monday. I’m so happy about that and the kids can all come home. As tired as they make me, I really miss them, but don’t get me wrong, I’ll be ready to send them away after a couple of hours.

Still, I like being a family.

I think my only fear about really getting married is that I won’t be head of the household. Being a single mother makes you really get protective about your household and when some man steps in and thinks he’s the king of the castle, there’s times you feel you want to kick his ass out.

Sorry… going on a rant there.

Anyhoo, this week has been a blessing and curse and I don’t think at this point I can’t go anywhere but up.

I hope you guys have a good weekend and it’s the first in a long time that I don’t end in a cliffhanger.



Sin’s Iniquity – Chapter 50 (c) 2007 Sylvia Hubbard

2 thoughts on “Sin’s Iniquity – Chapter 50

  1. I wouldn’t trust her either. Sinclaire needs to heed his warning about Annell. Her life with them should be proof enough for her NOT to trust Annell or her mother ever again. Is she kidding? Care from a distance….a great distance.This whole thing with them both being pregnant at the same time is shaping up just like Amelia and Amanda. She better be careful before she becomes the next Amanda and her baby becomes the next Sinclaire. Keep an eye on Annell and all her peeps at ALL times I say. Annell, her man and mother are enough alone to keep her guard up considering what they all did to and meant to Dwight. Girl better start thinking about these people and how they are and how they do business. That says something about them.Ljay

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