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She Said, I Do Until Death Do Us Apart by Koketsu Precious
She Said “I Do” Until Death
Is it too late for time to heal this marriage?
The fact that patience in marriage means everything is aligned with Adalyn’s journey in her own marriage. There is good and evil in all of us, but infidelity, the hereditary and prolonged illness that took her young son from them, may be more than her marriage can take.
After enduring hours of pain and almost losing her life, Adalyn was excited at the birth of twins, a boy and a girl. Even though, because of his infidelity, they would grow up without a father, she was determined to give them a good life. The pain became unbearable when her young son died because of the illness she passed on to him.
On the same day they lost their son, Adalyn discovers her husband’s infidelity had resulted in a child outside of their marriage. She had survived much pain in her life and now a divorce would shake her to her core. She and her daughter would be alone…and the incredible loneliness was almost more than she could take.
Paperback: 84 Pages
Publisher: Pen It! Publications, LLC (12 February 2021)
BMGN Global Library: General Fiction
About The Author: Author Koketso Precious is nineteen and is from Pretoria, South Africa. She is studying Human Resource Management at the University of South Africa and is currently in her first year. This is her first book. She watched her mother’s marriage going down because of insecurities that were caused by her stepfather. She knows the secrets her mother used to hide from him and is yet speak to her about. Although her stepfather, at some point wanted divorce, he realized what he was about to lose when it was almost too late, but luckily her mother loved him enough to give him another chance. They saved their marriage.
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