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Which was more than mama did; she never seemed to keep her word. "What do
you want me to bring you from downtown?" she would ask Doris and Lillian. The
two girls would wait patiently after school, and when they heard the key turning in
Lillian turned from the window, startled to hear mama's voice. "To Haley's. I
wanted her to see my things. Then it started to rain — but I didn't get my shoes
wet." Sara looked at her as she sniffled. "Here, let me feel your forehead. You
lobby and looked out through the glass doors. Suddenly she wished she hadn't.
Mama was standing on the street with a man. She knew who he was; she
recognized him from the bank. Lillian felt sick when she saw him kiss and hold
mama for ...
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This took a long time for me to read--a little over three weeks, and I'm usually a quick reader. But it was VERY involved--great character development! I really enjoyed it!!! Read full review