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Chapter 96 Fire

  • I no longer grasp my emotions, and I am frequently driven by them. Mommy Amelia is still refusing to acknowledge it. I'm not sure she'll confess it since she's defending herself. Why, in fact, would Amelia Adams plead to a long-forgotten sin? She is happy today, however my mother was not comfortable with their betrayal at the time.
  • "What did your conscience do to put you to sleep? How could you do it to someone who was already married? I'd want to know your reasoning because I can't believe you're smiling while tricking someone when my mother is drowning in alcohol!" I was flabbergasted by the length of what I had to say. But she just avoided looking at me; she was plainly guilty, but she remained standing.
  • “You are just like your mother. You are so curious that in the end, you get hurt!” She growled at me furiously. How she manages to shift the blame that should be for her. Just so as not to tarnish her character, she will return the blame to the person who should be the victim!
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