I, Mrs. Dominique Wilkins first and foremost would like to thank you for taking the time to view my work. I wrote this book for all of the women in the world, who had their own issues, trying to grow up into being a fine and respectful woman, mother and wife. Only to meet, the man, who rescues the princess from the tallest tower of the land and think that now she is on the way to happily ever... after land with her true love, but finds out that all of the evil, she has worked so hard to avoid, has been bottled up into her precious mother in-law. The woman, she so desperately aims to please to make life not just smooth for her, but so that her innocent children would not be affected with internal slight. The ultimate message is in life, you must never lose yourself and love yourself when it seems that no one else does. When you love yourself, you should demand the same from people you allow in your circle. Please believe that stress will kill you just as easily as a bullet!
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A young woman craving acceptance and love, endures both mental and physical fights and trials for love. Fighting for her man, her family and happiness, while her mother in-law, also fights, just as hard, to replace her with her preferred choice for her son. Her mother in-law stops at nothing to make her life miserable, in hopes to get rid of her, by any means necessary!
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There's Something About Jessie
by Dominique Wilkins
Price: Free! 5880 words.
Published on December 28, 2012. Fiction.
Jill only wanted to get along, but it seemed like Shannon lived to make her miserable. She was ruthless and used whatever she could to get under her skin
and destroy her mentally and even financially.
She had never met this woman and wondered how could someone be so evil. Her husband Daniel seemed to be the good Christian, who refused to get all worked up over her foolishness and plots.
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