This chapter was an informative chapter about Jefferson and his past girlfriend. It literally filled in much that I might have read in earlier chapters and helped round out the story which is really well-done.
Jefferson was able to ameliorate the questionable thoughts of the children and will do the same for Monique.
Nancy, it's worse than the social worker she is such a bitch, and ego-center:"
"Have fun with your three orphans and your half a vegetable," Nancy remarked as she grabbed her purse and headed for the front door, laughing at her own joke.
"Hold up just one second," Jefferson said. "I want my key back."
"Oh really?" Nancy asked.
She pulled the key off of her key ring and tossed it across the room.
"Good luck finding it," she said with a final laugh as she left the house." Thank you for sharing and good luck with your writings.
Boy am I getting involved with the characters in your book. I love the characters and you bring all of them to life. The way they interact is real and interesting. It will sell well. Great job. Just one correction.
hearing movement, he managed to reach out, find, and grab Taylor's arm (hearing needs a capital as the beginning of the sentence)
Comment Written 05-Oct-2020
reply by the author on 05-Oct-2020
Thank you. Microsoft Word's spell-checker hasn't been catching those (I'm blind and definetly am not catching those.)