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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Chapter 5 — Memorable Amnesia

Loni lets Angelo in and shares the story behind her history with child loss.

In shock, Angelo is left speechless and wondering how Loni is able to carry so much pain and still be okay.

He is caught off guard by her truths and questions and as things begin to settle, a knock on door brings more unrest.

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The Feminist In Me

The feminist in me, can’t relate to the woman in you. But I think it’s due to my lack of understanding, I thought your road towards empowerment was for upliftment Not knowing that the price you’d pay would be my opinion. Somewhere between hello and goodbye, I disagreed with you and you saw me as…

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