Chapter 8 — Sibling Rivalry

Woman to woman, Namisa and Lonwabo have their first conversation without Angelo present.

Despite their desire to have a private conversation, Angelo isn’t too far away. More of their shared history is disclosed and the ties between Namisa and Angelo are further exposed.

Namisa confesses her feelings for Angelo and acknowledges the bond between Lonwabo and Oratilwe, but can a woman really accept her child seeing another woman as their mother?

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Part III – Memories & Slow Songs

After Love – The In Between – Memories & Slow Songs He was late. I cooked a three-course meal and he was late. Trying to imagine what was going through his mind was driving me crazy, this couldn’t have been easy for him but he knows how much punctuality means to me. I wanted to…

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Chapter 7 — The Trouble With Faith

Angelo visits his son’s grave for the first time in 3 years.

A visit that exposes old wounds and pushes him to speak to his Father.

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