By Diamond Johnson
Half one of many Broken-hearted sequence left the readers with their mouths hung open at what had simply been published to Treasure. What precisely did William do to Miracle, and extra importantly, how lengthy has he been doing it?
Treasure ultimately comes fresh and divulges to her mom simply who precisely Miracle rather is to her and the way she was once conceived. Will Treasure’s mom think her? Or will she opt for her no stable, mendacity boyfriend, William, over Treasure, like she’s performed her entire lifestyles?
This booklet is stuffed with such a lot of secrets and techniques, and one mystery may end up in someone being correct round the nook from dying. What if I instructed you that there’s achieveable that Camryn will not be Sticks daughter after all?
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