By Mary Monroe
Even if her existence has its ups and downs, Annette Goode Davis feels fortunate. such a lot of all, she's thankful that her husband, Pee Wee, took her again after he stumbled on she was once having an affair. the difficulty is, Annette isn't really definite his middle is admittedly in it. Her ally Rhoda is fast to indicate that Annette obtained herself into this mess, so she has to wait and see with Pee Wee. yet Annette's suspicions are proven whilst Pee Wee strikes out--and in together with his new woman.
Devastated, Annette will not allow her kin pass and not using a struggle, yet she additionally is familiar with she needs to arrange for the worst. simply because one lesson she's discovered all too good is that after lifestyles kicks you within the the teeth, you'll want to pop out swinging.
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