Saturday, May 14, 2011
“Tell me where you are and I won’t divulge it to anyone, but I
have to send you papers to sign. As soon as I file papers you will be legally separated. Still, I must warn you, Sunny, no hanky panky.”
“What do you mean?”
“If White finds you with another man, he can sue him for
alienation of affections,” her lawyer said.
“But that isn’t true, I haven’t left him for anyone else; he’s
the cheater, not me.”
About "Sunny Days, Moonlit Nights"
Brad now knows she's gone, so what is he going to do about it? Is he the type of man who will hand her a divorce, sweet financial settlement and go quietly into the night? Not likely. There hasn't been a divorce in the White family...ever. And Brad is not about to break the family record.
Does he want her back, does he still love her? Did he ever really love her? Something happens to change his mind about the situation but you won't know unless you read the book because that is all I'm revealing here...
Astraea Press (all formats)
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