Thursday, March 15, 2007

Sin's Iniquity - Chapter 52

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Story is now a real drag. Feels like you are not sure how to end it. :(

Shay said...

I personally liked this chapter. What would make it better would be for them to find Dwight still alive somewhere. I think he'll resurface after the capture of Annelle's boyfriend. At least that's what I hope.

Anonymous said...

Okay, Sylvia, it's time to bring Dwight back from the dead now. Maybe have him show up one late night after the baby is born. Sinclaire thinks its a burglar, but it's Dwight. He walks with a limp or maybe one of his arms is paralyzed from the incident, but hey, she still loves him anyway.

Just a few ideas, because I honestly don't know how you're going to end the story at this point.

Suprina

Dolores said...

LOL...why Dalton being mean to Sinclaire? He know he love her like a play cousin, lol.

I know, I know...its in his nature...but really I thought his letter was cute and funny.

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