MY MOTHER'S HUSBAND

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MY MOTHER'S HUSBAND

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Complete - Updated May 30, 2016  
 

The only way a teenage Diana can be accepted into her mother's new marriage is by disguising as her housemaid.

Mr, Dombo's assumption is that  the  beautiful lady he is marrying is young and has never had any child, which is the main condition for the marriage.

Dombo would not be interested  with the concept of maids at his home, but he is accepting only to please his dear  new wife.

However, he later developes wicked intentions  about the little girl, who is not ready to reveal anything for the good of her mother's marriage.

 

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Love can be too blind to disguise an obvious reality. Women will always exploit that concept.

Writer - May 30, 2016 at 9:33am

Love can be too blind to disguise an obvious reality. Women will always exploit that concept.

Writer - May 30, 2016 at 9:28am

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